(The enV3 is also known as the LG-VX9200.)
I downloaded BitPim Test Release 126.96.36.19990805 (10 Aug 2009) and installed it as root with “rpm -Uvh”. When I ran it, it complained
ImportError: libexpat.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory. I ran
yum whatprovides libexpat.so.0 to find out the library is in compat-expat1, which I installed with
yum install compat-expat1. It still didn’t work, so I ran
rpm -ql compat-expat1 and saw the library was in
/usr/lib64. The Python code must want a 32-bit version. I downloaded the i386 version with the Gnome Package Manager. Then BitPim started but complained:
Gtk-Message: Failed to load module "gnomebreakpad": libgnomebreakpad.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory. GnomeBreakPad is in bug-buddy.i386, so I installed that.
(bitpim:14905): Gtk-WARNING **: Unable to locate theme engine in module_path: "nodoka",
Next, the port was not available. I followed directions on the BitPim help page under “Linux USB Setup”, “Auto Port and Phone Detection” section. I only had to add the cellusers group and add users to that group. Then I connected the phone via USB and chose Data on cellphone. On restarting BitPim, the phone was detected and I entered the owner’s name.
I ran “Get Data” and selected wallpapers and the photos were imported.