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    User manual Charge the handset(s) for 24 hours before use ![...]

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    3 EN 3C o n t e n t s 4 Important information 6 What’s in the box 7 Your VOIP 433 9 Icons on the h[...]

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    4 EN Instructions for use for the VOIP 433 The VOIP 433 is a Windows Live™ Mess enger compat ible [...]

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    5 EN Install requirements In order to use the phone, yo ur computer should meet the following requir[...]

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    6 EN What else you need : A desktop or a laptop with free USB port A telephone line • Bro adband I[...]

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    7 EN 1 4 8 9 2 11 5 3 6 7 10 12 13 Your VOIP 433 Overview handset 1E a r p i e c e 2L E D Blinks whe[...]

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    8 EN Main features Contact list • Sign in Windows Liv e™ Messenger via th e handset. • Contact[...]

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    9 EN When being used for the first time, it is sometime s necessary to wait until the bat tery is su[...]

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    10 EN 1. Insert the plug of the power cor d into th e socket on the b ottom of the base unit then pl[...]

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    11 EN Getting Ready To start making Windows Live™ Messenger call, 1. Po wer up y our PC and go t o[...]

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    12 EN Your phone offers a v ariety of function s an d features that ar e grouped in the menus. To ac[...]

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    13 EN General Information Before any call is made, please note the following. Emergency Calls Window[...]

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    14 EN Windows Live™ Messenger Menu After you sign in to Win dows Live™ Messenger, you can access[...]

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    15 EN Pre-dial 1. Enter the number you want to call. The number will appear on the displa y . Y ou c[...]

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    16 EN When there are two in coming calls from both lines at the same time Both Caller ID and Messeng[...]

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    17 EN Call in progress Set the earpiece vo lume during a call You can increase or decrease the vo lu[...]

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    18 EN You can use your p honebook to manage your ph one entries. Your phonebook c an store 100 rec o[...]

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    19 EN View and edit phonebook entry 1. Press UP / DOWN to enter the phonebook menu. Select VIE W to [...]

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    20 EN Quick dial to entries in your phonebook Assign a quick dial key 1. Press UP / DOWN to enter th[...]

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    21 EN Delete a qu ick dial key 1. Press UP / DOWN to enter the phonebook menu. 2. Select QU ICK DIAL[...]

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    22 EN Your phone keeps a record each time you make, receive or miss a call. You can access a list of[...]

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    23 EN Delete all the call log entries You can delete all the call records lists at once. To delete a[...]

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    24 EN Record a number from di alled list into phonebook 1. Press LEFT / RIGHT to enter the DIALLED l[...]

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    25 EN Lock keypad Keypad can be loc ked to pr event accidental key press. When the keypad is locked,[...]

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    26 EN Sorting your Windows Live™ contact list You can sort your Windows Live™ contact list acco [...]

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    27 EN Setup your Windows Live™ Messenger alert You can get notification when you received a new em[...]

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    28 EN Set key tones on/off 1. Pres s MENU . 2. Pres s UP / DO WN to select SOUNDS and pr ess OK . 3.[...]

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    29 EN Set the clock to 12 hours/24 hours format To change your phone's time form at : 1. In idl[...]

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    30 EN Set the timer 1. In idle mode, press MENU . 2. Press UP / DO WN to select SETTINGS , and then [...]

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    31 EN Auto-answer on/off Auto answer gives you th e convenience of answering a ca ll by just pi ckin[...]

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    32 EN Recall duration This option is helpful when using o p erator services. The default value of re[...]

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    33 EN PIN code setting A PIN (personal identification number) code is required to access the registr[...]

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    34 EN Set Baby call on/off Baby call allows you to dial out a programm ed number via the telephone l[...]

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    35 EN Unregister a handset A handset can unregist er another handset registere d to the same base. I[...]

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    36 EN Make an internal call You can call s omeone in th e house by us ing the interco m function on [...]

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    37 EN Put the PC call on hold 1. Press HOLD , the message PC CALL ON HOLD should be shown on all han[...]

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    38 EN * This feature/function will not be set back to default aft er reset. Handset name * : Empty W[...]

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    39 EN If the above solutions do not help, remov e t he pow er from the handset and the base and rest[...]

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    40 EN Safety information This equipment is not designed to mak e emergency calls when the pow er fai[...]

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    41 EN Electric, Magnetic and Electromagnetic Fields ("EMF") 1. Philips Royal Elect ronic s[...]

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    EN 42 A Account 13 Add entry in phonebo ok 18 Alarm clock,set 29 Answer a call 15 Answer a call from[...]

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    EN 43 Phonebook 18, 20 Pin code 33 Power requirements 4 Pre-dial 15 Put the PC call on hold 37 Q Qui[...]

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    Specifications are subject to change without notice. Trademarks are the property of Koninklijke Phil[...]