LG PX240

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An LG PX240 flipped open

The LG PX240, also known as the LG 240, is a dual-band CDMA clamshell phone released in 2007. It was sold on Pelephone in Israel.

It came with only one color available, that being a mix of black and gray.

Variants

  • MX240: Vivo (Brazil) branded version.

Specs

Basics

PX240
HW Platform/ChipsetQualcomm MSM6050 (32-bit ARM7TDMI)
SW Platform/OSLG proprietary
Display 128x160, TFT, 260K colors
Sub-display96x64, OLED, 65K colors
Flash memory32MB, ~6MB accessible to user (Sharp LRS18AZ)
RAM1MB
Phonebook capacity500
Charging and data connectorLG VX6100 connector
Regulatory infoFCC ID: BEJMX240 (approved 2006-07-06)

Connectivity

PX240
Operating modesCDMA (800/1900)
IrDANo
BluetoothNo
PC LinkLimited Qualcomm DIAG port support

Media

PX240
Rear cameraVGA (640x480), LED flash, brightness, self-timer, white balance controls
Supported image formatsJPG
Supported sound formatsMID, QCP
Speaker configurationSingle ear speaker
Line out2.5mm jack
SynthesizerCMX 3.0 synth
ExtrasVoice memo recorder

Messaging

PX240
SMSYes
EMSNo
MMSYes

Software

PX240
JavaNo
BREWYes, 2.1.3.11

Gallery

Accessories

Batteries

Unsure which originally came with the phone, but both batteries fit and work without issues

Other

See LG VX6100 connector.

Note on Filesystem (EFS) reading

As with many LG phones from the time, the majority of the /brew/ folder is locked, save for shared and bits of the AppManager cache. Unfortunately, there is currently no known way to get past this.

Firmware

Two memory dumps are available, one version PX24PC05 and the other version PX24PC07: