Philips Voip 321 Manual
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User reviews and opinions
|TIghmor||10:07pm on Tuesday, September 21st, 2010|
|A positive experience Product responding to description. Just note that you cannot adjust the language menu. Amazon service quick, flawless.|
|felixtandt||12:58am on Monday, September 13th, 2010|
|Cristal Clear Sound,Good Looking,Handset Covers the Long Distance . Easy setup Software must be Better, some minor issues in Drivers Files.|
|fabricio.lemos||1:04am on Wednesday, September 8th, 2010|
|Once you have the phone set up, its a great device. I had to do some reading to learn to get all the functions to properly work.|
|nasete||5:27pm on Sunday, July 18th, 2010|
|Easy to use Sometime not good reception Great Dual phone easy to set up and use needs to be connected to pc/notebook to use skype|
|drshivam||5:00am on Tuesday, June 15th, 2010|
|These are outdated models I have tried just about everything to get these phones to work on VISTA and failed. Excellent phone for Skype and landline. Philips VOIP321 VoIP And Skype Compatible Digital Cordless Telephone Would not be without it.|
|babak||1:00pm on Friday, May 28th, 2010|
|It DOES work with Windows 7 64-bit I originally bought four VOIP321 phones to run on an XP PC, and they have proved very reliable.|
|anandss||1:13am on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010|
|Compatc, easy to install, light weight, looks good Would like the screen to be lite when on the base station.|
|princatko||6:12pm on Monday, April 26th, 2010|
|Check carefully before buying! I purchased this skype telephone and discovered that it did not work with the new Windows Vista programme.|
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Whats in the box
2 AAA Battery
Handset VOIP 321
Base station VOIP 321
Quick start guide
Connect Install Enjoy
Quick Start Guide
1 power supply for base station and 1 power supply for charger
Line Cord and line adaptor (if relevant) to plug the RJ11/RJ11 Line Cord (see below) in your wall plug
What else you need :
Internet connection (broadband recommended) Only the Skype version printed on the CD ROM is granted for a full compatibility. New feature may not work with VOIP 321 when upgrading Skype. A telephone line
A desktop or a laptop with free USB port
Your VOIP 321
4 Earpiece Display, icons see page 9 Menu key & Softkey OK Use to enter menus. Use to select menu. Use to confirm an operation. Redial, Mute & Softkey Back Use to switch between call details. Use to enter dial list. Use to redial last dialled number. Use to mute/unmute a call Use to delete text and digits. CID & Scroll up Key Use to enter call list. Use to scroll up items Use to increase ringer and receiver volume. Phonebook & Scroll down Key Use to access phonebook. Use to scroll down items. Use to reduce ringer and receiver volume. Off & Exit Key Use to end a call. Use to exit menus. Use to turn the hanset ON/OFF. Talk & Recall Key Use to make and receive calls. Use to send flash signal. Use to pick up or make second incoming calls on Skype. 0 and + key Use to enter 0 when making a call. Press and hold to enter + while making SkypeOut calls. Pound, Ringer off & Pause Key Use to enter a pause. Use to turn the ringer on/off. Star & Key lock Key Use to lock the keypad. Intercom and Conference Key Use to make intercom calls. Use to set up 3-way conference. Microphone Loudspeaker Key* Use to turn the speaker on/off. Skype key Use to make SkypeOut calls. Use to launch Skype contact list.
*Warning ! Handsfree activation could suddenly increase the volume in the loudspeaker to a very high level. Make sure the handset is not too close to your ear.
Overview base station
LED on base station - On when the base is powered up. - Blinks normally when there is an incoming telephone call or during a telephone call. - Blinks slowly while paging the handset. - Blinks quickly during registration mode. - Steady ON when the USB is plugged in and the base is powered up. - Flash when there is data communication with USB. 2 Paging key Use to page the handset. Use to register a handset.
Make a SkypeOut call
1. 2. 3. Press to access Skype contact list. to select the SkypeOut number to call. to call the selected contact. The selected number will be displayed and called. Press UP / DOWN Press OR Enter the SkypeOut number and press to make a SkypeOut call. or
Note : In order to make SkypeOut calls, you need to purchase SkypeOut credits; please go to http://www.skype.com/store/buy/skypeout.html for further details. When making SkypeOut calls, it is necessary to dial the country prefix of the phone number you are calling, i.e. 00, 011 or +. For example, when making calls to North America: 00-1-905-5251258 or 011-1-905-3456622 when making international calls: 00-852-25447555 or +852-90446577 To enter + : In idle mode, long press.
Note : Press mode.
to delete an incorrect digit. Long press
to return to idle
Answer a Skype call
When you receive a call, If the incoming call is from the Skype line, the Skype melody will ring and Skype ID will display on the phone. Press to answer the call. will flash in the display and the
Note : You will be able to receive second incoming call from the other line (i.e. receive a telephone call while on a Skype call). A special call waiting tone will be heard and the caller ID will be shown on the display.To pick up the call on the other line, end the current call and press again.
End a Skype call
Press or place the phone on the charger will end the call and return the phone to idle mode.
Reject a Skype call
To reject an incoming Skype call, press
when the call is received on the handset. The incoming call information will be stored in the MISSED call list.
3- way Skype conference
You can start a 3-way Skype conference call. 1. 2. 3. Call the first party. After the first party answered the call, put the first party on hold by pressing to the second party. When the second party answered the call, press and hold and make a Skype call
to join the two parties.
While on a call, you can use the recall function to make a second outgoing call or receive a second incoming call. Note : If you are using Skype, you will be able to make or receive second calls without extra charges. However if you are using the telephone line, you have to subscribe to the call waiting service from your local service provider to use this feature. Note : You can only make second outgoing call via the line your current call is on. If you are currently on Skype call, you can make a second call to a contact on your Skype list or a SkypeOut call; if you are currently on telephone call, you can make a second call to another landline number. To make a second outgoing call while on a Skype call, 1. 2. 3. 4. While on the first call, press. A dial tone should be heard; the first call will be put on hold. To call a Skype contact, press to obtain the contact list; select the contact to call and press.
To make a SkypeOut call, enter the number to call. To return to the first call or to toggle between calls, press.
To make a second outgoing call while on a telephone call (note: this is a network dependent feature), 1. 2. 3. While on the first call, press. A dial tone should be heard; the first call will be put on hold. Enter the number to call. To toggle between the two calls on the telephone line, press.
To receive a second incoming call (note: this is a network dependent feature), 1. 2. 3. 4. When there is a second incoming call, a call-waiting alert will be heard; if the second incoming call is from the other line, a special call-waiting alert will be heard. If the second incoming call is from the other line, press Press Press same line. to pick up the second call. again to return to the first call, and to toggle between the two calls if both calls are on the to terminate the current call first.
You can dial out numbers from the phonebook even after you have seized the phone line. And there is no limit to the number of times chain dialling is accessed. 1. 2. During off hook, press DOWN for 2 seconds to access the phonebook.
Press UP / DOWN to scroll through the phonebook records or you can use the number keys to jump directly to the record starting with the corresponding letters of that key.
Note : If you decide to quit using chain dialling, simply press DOWN 3. Press OK.
for 2 seconds again to exit.
Skype voice mail access
Your phone allows you to access your Skype voicemail box with just a few presses. Note : To get a voicemail account, please go to http://www.skype.com/products/skypevoicemail/ for further details.
When there are new voicemails waiting for you, the icon standby. The 1. 2. 3. Press. to select SKYPE and press OK. to select VOICEMAIL and press OK. will appear on the top line of the display during icon will be gone when there is no more new message in your voicemail box.
Press UP / DOWN Press UP / DOWN
4. Press UP / DOWN
to select the voicemail to listen to and press. Note : While you are browsing the voicemail list, an asterisk (* ) is used on the second line to indicate that the voicemail is new.
Press UP / DOWN
to select PLAY to play the message.
Deleting a voicemail
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press. to select SKYPE and press OK. to select VOICEMAIL and press OK. to select the voicemail to delete and press to select DELETE and press OK to confirm.
Press UP / DOWN Press UP / DOWN Press UP / DOWN Press UP / DOWN
Deleting all voicemails
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Press. to select SKYPE and press OK. to select VOICEMAIL and press OK.
Press UP / DOWN Press UP / DOWN Press
to enter the voicemail menu. to select DELETE ALL and press OK.
A confirmation prompt should be shown; press OK to confirm.
Make a telephone call
Call from telephone line
1. 2. Press to obtain the line; a dial tone should be heard. Enter the number to dial.
1. 2. Enter the number you want to call. The number will appear on the display. You can enter up to 20 digits. Press to dial the number. where you want to enter a pause.
Note : Long press
Making a Telephone call while the Skype line is in used If you have two handsets, you can make a Telephone call while another handset is on a Skype call. To make a telephone call while the Skype line is in used, follow the steps in Make a telephone call, page 19. If the telephone line is in used, busy tone will be returned.
Answer a call
If the incoming call is from the landline, the landline melody will ring and will flash in the display. The caller ID will display if you have subscribed caller ID service from your local telephone service provider. Press to to answer the call.
End a call
Press or place the phone on the charger will end the call and return the phone to standby.
You can assign frequently dialled number from the phonebook to keys on the handset. Once assigned, press and hold the key on the handset during standby will dial the stored number. The number will be dialled using your landline.
Call in progress
Set the earpiece volume during a call
You can increase or decrease the volume of a caller's voice during a call. There are 5 volume levels for selection. To adjust the volume, during a call : 1. 2. Press UP or DOWN Press UP or DOWN again. The display shows the current volume level. to adjust the volume.
to select EDIT and press OK. to scroll to the entries you wish to edit or search by letter, press OK.
5. 6. Press OK to save your changes.
Edit the name and number using the keypad. Press to erase a character or digit.
Delete phonebook entry
1. 2. Press , select PHONEBOOK and press OK. to select the phonebook you want to open, PRIVATE or SHARED; press Press UP / DOWN OK to continue. Press UP / DOWN Press UP / DOWN Press OK to confirm.
3. 4. 5.
to select DELETE and press OK. to select the record to delete and press OK.
Phonebook record search by letter
1. 2. Press DOWN to directly access the phonebook. one time to find Peter. Press the key with the first letter of the record you want to find, i.e.
Quick dial to entries in your private phonebook
This feature allows you to dial to the entries in your private phonebook by pressing and holding a quick dial key that you have assigned. You can assign 9 quick dial keys (keys 1-9). Note : Contacts on the contact list cannot be assigned to quick dial keys.
Assign a quick dial key
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press , select PHONEBOOK and press OK. to select the PRIVATE phonebook and press OK. to select QUICK DIAL and press OK. to select the key to assign a number to; press OK. to select the record to assign to the key selected in the previous step; press
Press UP / DOWN Press UP / DOWN Press UP / DOWN Press UP / DOWN OK to save.
Change a quick dial key
1. 2. 3. Press , select PHONEBOOK and press OK. to select the PRIVATE phonebook and press OK. Press UP / DOWN
Press UP / DOWN to select QUICK DIAL and press OK. The first quick dial key is displayed. Press OK. Press UP / DOWN Press UP / DOWN selected. to select EDIT. Press OK.
to select a new entry for the selected key. Press OK when the entry is
Delete a quick dial key
1. 2. 3. Press , select PHONEBOOK and press OK. to select the PRIVATE phonebook and press OK.
Press UP / DOWN to select QUICK DIAL and press OK. The first quick dial key is displayed. Press UP / DOWN Press UP / DOWN to scroll to the quick dial key you wish to delete and press OK. to select DELETE and press OK.
CONFIRM? is displayed. Press OK to confirm.
View available phonebook space
Your phone keeps track of how much memory you have used and how much is still available in your phonebook. 1. 2. Press , select PHONEBOOK and press OK. to select the phonebook you want to open, PRIVATE or SHARED and
Press UP / DOWN press OK. Press UP / DOWN
to select STATUS. Press OK when finished.
Your phone keeps a record each time you make, receive or miss a call. You can access a list of the last 15 calls that you have missed, the last 5 calls you have received, and the last 10 dialled numbers you have dialled. Each record stores a name up to 12 characters and a 20 digits number and up to 32 alphanumeric characters for contact. For missed and received calls, the call records will automatically be stored only if you have subscribed to caller ID service from your local Telephone line service provider, otherwise only Skype calls will be stored. If you have more than one handset, each handset has its own call list.
View caller ID
1. Press UP to directly access the call log. Press UP / DOWN RECEIVED call list and press OK. Browse Press in the call records. to view the number. to select MISSED or
To call / redial
1. Press UP to directly reach the call log in idle mode. Press UP / DOWN or RECEIVED call list and press OK. Browse Press. in the call records to select an entry. to select MISSED
Note : To be able to call back a correspondent in the case of an incoming call, you need to subscribe to the Caller Line Identification service.
Copy call log entry in the phonebook
To save the phone number of your family, friends, and colleagues, you can save the call records to your phonebook if you do not already have their contact information. While you are viewing the call record that you would like to save, 1. 2. Press.
To save the call log record to your private phonebook, select TO PRIVATE and press OK. OR to save it to your shared phonebook, select TO SHARED and press OK. Enter a name for this entry and press OK. Edit the number if necessary and press OK. The record will be saved in the selected phonebook.
Note : The call record saved into the phonebook is still in your call list but it will show the new name entered. Skype contacts, SkypeIn or SkypeOut numbers cannot be saved to the phonebook.
Delete a call log entry
You can delete each individual call record one at a time. To delete a record : 1. 2. 3. While viewing the call record, press.
Press UP / DOWN to select DELETE and press OK. CONFIRM? is displayed. Press OK to confirm.
Delete all the call log entries
You can delete all the call records at once. To delete all call records list : 1. 2. 3. While viewing the call record, press.
Press UP / DOWN to select DELETE ALL and press OK. CONFIRM? is displayed. Press OK to confirm.
You phone stores the last 10 numbers/contacts you have dialled, up to 32 alphanumeric characters each. If you have more than one handset, each handset has its own redial list.
View the redial list
1. 2. Press Browse , the last number/contact dialled is displayed. through the last 10 dialled numbers.
Call / redial
1. 2. Press Browse to directly reach the redial list in idle mode. through the redial list to select the wanted number.
Matching your phonebook record If a dialled number matches a phone number stored in the phonebook, that phonebook name will be displayed instead of the dialled number. 3. Press
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. In idle mode, press.
Selecting the alarm clock's ringing melody
Select CLOCK/ALARM and press OK. Select ALARM TONE and press OK. Select MELODY and press OK. The current setting is displayed. Select the desired melody and press OK to confirm.
Setting the alarm volume
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. In idle mode, press. Select CLOCK/ALARM and press OK. Select ALARM TONE and press OK. Select VOLUME and press OK. The current setting is displayed. Select the desired volume level and press OK to confirm.
Auto answer gives you the convenience of answering a call by just picking up the phone from the cradle or charger. You don't need to press 1. 2. 3. 4. In idle mode, press.
Select PERSONAL SET and press OK. Select AUTO ANSWER and press OK. The current setting is displayed. Select ON or OFF and press OK to confirm.
Your phone comes with several languages. When you change your phone's language, the menus will be displayed in the chosen language. 1. 2. 3. 4. In idle mode, press.
Select PERSONAL SET and press OK. Select LANGUAGE and press OK. The current language is displayed. Select the desired language and press OK to confirm.
Set dialling mode (Tone/Pulse)
Dialling mode applies only when you are making a telephone call. Your phone is by default set to tone dialling. You can switch to pulse dialling if necessary. 1. 2. 3. 4. In idle mode, press.
Select ADVANCED SET and press OK. Select DIAL MODE and press OK. The current setting is displayed. Select TONE or PULSE and press OK to confirm. Temporary tone dialling in pulse dial mode If the dialling mode is set to pulse, you can long press to set temporary tone dialling. d will be displayed on the screen. All the following digits will be dialed as tones until you hang up.
Set display contrast
1. 2. 3. In idle mode, press. Select PERSONAL SET and press OK. Select CONTRAST and press OK. The current setting is displayed.
to adjust the contrast and press OK to confirm.
Turning the backlit on/off
The LCD and keypad will be lit when the phone is being used. 1. 2. 3. 4. In idle mode, press. Select PERSONAL SET and press OK. Select BACKLIT and press OK. The current backlit is displayed. Select ON or OFF and press OK to confirm.
Pin code setting
A PIN (personal identification number) code is required to access the registration, delete handset, and reset mode. The factory-preset code is "0000". You can change it to a unique code of your own. A PIN code can be up to 8 digits long. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. In idle mode, press.
Select ADVANCED SET and press OK. Select CHANGE PIN and press OK. Enter the current PIN and press OK. Enter the new PIN and press OK. Repeat the new PIN and press OK to confirm. Note : You will hear a reject tone if the new PIN is not repeated correctly. Follow steps 3 to 7 and try again.
Restore handset default settings
You can reset the display, sounds, and other settings of your phone. Refer to the chapter Default settings, page 37. 1. 2. 3. 4. In idle mode, press.
Select ADVANCED SET and press OK. Select RESET and press OK. Enter the PIN and press OK to confirm.
Set Baby call on/off
Baby call allows you to dial out a programmed number via the telephone line by pressing any key on the handset (except the OFF key). 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. In idle mode, press.
Select ADVANCED SET and press OK. Select BABY CALL and press OK. The current setting is displayed. Select ON and press OK. Enter or edit the number and press OK to confirm. BABY CALL is displayed when you return to standby mode.
To turn off baby call, 1. 2. Press.
Select OFF and press OK.
Register a new handset to base station
Each base can register up to 4 handsets. 1. 2. 3. 4. In idle mode, press.
Select ADVANCED SET and press OK. Select REGISTRATION and press OK. Before you enter the PIN, long press on the base for 4 seconds.
Note : If the base is full, the base would not go into registration mode. See the section Unregister a handset, page 33 to unregister a currently registered handset. Note : The range of this handset is 250 m outdoor and 50 m indoor. An out of range warning will be emitted and the range icon will be flashing on the display if you move too far away from the base unit during a call. You will need to move closer to the base unit or your call will be disconnected.
Unregister a handset
A handset can un-register another handset registered to the same base. It can also un-register itself. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. In idle mode, press.
Select ADVANCED SET and press OK. Select DELETE HS and press OK. Select the handset you would like to un-register and press OK. Enter the PIN (by default PIN is "0000") and press OK to confirm.
Select the base station
If your handset is registered to more than 1 base, you can select which base the handset will use. 1. 2. 3. 4. In idle mode, press.
Select ADVANCED SET and press OK. Select BASE SELECT and press OK. Select the base to use and press OK. Note : Bases your handset is registered to which is not Philips VOIP 321 base will be labelled as GAP BASE; your Philips VOIP 321 base will be labelled as BASE in Base Select.
User status display
Skype status icons are used on the handset to represent different online status as well as each contact's online status on the Skype contact list. Please refer to the following table for the description of each status. Online / SKYPE ME Offline Away Not Available Not Disturb Invisible SkypeOut entry
User status settings
You can change you current Skype status on the handset. To change your online status : 1. 2. 3. 4. In idle mode, press.
Select SKYPE and press OK. Select USER STATUS and press OK. Select the status to change into and press OK to save the status.
Check your Skype credits
You can also check your SkypeOut account credits before you make a SkypeOut call. To check your SkypeOut credits, 1. In idle mode, press. to select SKYPE and press OK. to select CREDITS and press OK when finish.
2. Press UP / DOWN 3. Press UP / DOWN
Using the intercom
Note : You need at least 2 handsets to carry out the functions mentioned in this chapter.
Make an internal call
You can call someone in the house by using the intercom function on your phone. To make an intercom call : 1. 2. Press.
Select the handset you want to call and press OK OR enter the number of the handset that you want to call. Note : You will hear a busy tone if the other handset is not available.
Make an internal call during an external call
While you are on an outside call, you can put the outside call on hold and make a call (inquiry call) to someone in the house. To make an inquiry call, during an outside call : 1. 2. Press.
Replace handset batteries
Electric, Magnetic and Electromagnetic Fields ("EMF")
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Philips Royal Electronics manufactures and sells many consumers oriented products, which usually, as with any electronic apparatus, have the ability to emit and receive electro magnetic signals. One of Philips' leading Business Principles is to take all necessary health and safety precautions for our products, to comply with all applicable legal requirements and to stay well within the EMF standards applicable at the time of producing the products. Philips is committed to develop, produce and market products that cause no adverse health effects. Philips confirms that if its products are handled properly for their intended use, they are safe to use according to scientific evidence available today. Philips plays an active role in the development of international EMF and safety standards, enabling Philips to anticipate further developments in standardization for early integration in its products.
Please remember to observe the local regulations regarding the disposal of your packaging materials, exhausted batteries and old phone and, where possible, promote their recycling.
Recycling & disposal
Disposal instructions for old products : The purpose of the WEEE directive (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment; 2002/96/EC) is to ensure that products are recycled using best available treatment, recovery and recycling techniques to ensure human health and high environmental protection. Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components, which can be recycled and reused. Do not dispose of your old product in your general household waste bin. Inform yourself about the local separate collection system for electrical and electronic products marked by this symbol.
Use one of the following disposal options : 1. Dispose of the complete product (including its cables, plugs and accessories) in the designated WEEE collection facilities. 2. If you purchase a replacement product, hand your complete old product back to the retailer. He should accept it as required by the WEEE directive. Philips has marked the packaging with standard symbols designed to promote the recycling and appropriate disposal of your eventual waste. A financial contribution has been paid to the associated national recovery & recycling system. The labelled packaging material is recyclable.
Numerics 3- way Skype conference 16 A Add entry in phonebook 21 Alarm clock,set 29 Alarm melody 30 Alarm volume 30 Answer a call 19 Answer a call from the telephone line while on Skype call 36 Answer a Skype call 15 Answer a Skype call while on a call on the telephone line 36 Assign a quick dial key 22 Auto-answer on/off 30 B Baby call on/off 32 Backlit on/off 31 Base station 8 Base station, select 33 Batteries, insert 12 Battery 4 C Call 20 Call / redial from call log 24 Call / redial from redial list 25 Call from telephone line 19 Call in progress 20 Call log 24 Call timer 14 CallerID first ring suppression 27 Chaining Dialling 17 Change a quick dial key 23 Conference call 36 Conformity 39 Connect 12 Contents 3 Contrast 31 Copy call list entry in the phonebook 24 D Default settings 37 Delete a call log entry 25 Delete a quick dial key 23 Delete last numbers dialled 26 Delete phonebook entry 22 Delete whole redial list 26 Deleting a voicemail 18 Dialling mode 31 Display contrast 31 Driver 10 E Earpiece volume,set 20 Edit phonebook entry 21 Electric, Magnetic and Electromagnetic Fields ("EMF") 39 End a call 19 End a Skype call 15 Environmental care 40 H Handset 7 Handsfree call 20 Help 5 I Icons on the handset display 9 Install 10 Install requirements 5 Install the software 10 Installation CD 10 Instructions for use for the VOIP Intercom 35 Internal call 35 Internal call during an external call 35 K Key tones on/off 28 Keys handset 7 L Language setting 30 LED on base station 8 Lock keypad 27 Loudspeaker volume, adjust 20 Low battery warning 14 M Main menu 13 Mute 20 P Paging 27 Paging key 8 Phonebook 21 Pin code 32 Power requirements 4 Pre-dial 19 Q Quick dial 22 Quick dialling 19 R Range 33 Recall 16 Receive a second incoming call 17 Record a number from redial into phonebook 26 Recycling & disposal 40
Redial list 25 Registering 33 Reject a Skype call 16 Rename handset 29 Replace handset batteries 39 Restore handset default settings 32 Retrieving voicemail 17 Ringing melody 28 Ringing volume 28 S Safety 4, 39 Search by letter 14 Search by letter in phonebook 22 Second outgoing call 16 Shortcut for turning handset ringer on/off 28 Skype call 14 Skype contacts list 8 Skype credits, check 34 Skype status icons 34 Skype voice mail access 17 SkypeOut call 15 Sounds 28
Speaker 20 Speaker volume, adjust on PC 11 Status, phonebook 23 Switch on/off the handset 27 T Telephone call 19 Time, set 29 Transfer an external call to another handset 35 Troubleshooting 38 U Unregister 33 User status 34 User status settings 34 V View available phonebook space 23 View caller ID 24 View the redial list 25 Viewing phonebook 21 W What else you need 6 Whats in the box 6
Specifications are subject to change without notice. Trademarks are the property of Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. or their respective owners. 2006 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved. www.philips.com 29702
COMPATIBILITY STATUS BETWEEN SKYPE VERSION AND VOIP321 USB PHONE DRIVER
FOR WINDOWS VISTA: If its a new installation please check that you have the new installation CD Version 4.0 and please use it. You can download the complete installation CD Version 4.0 Content: Please click on the following CD picture:
Unzip the file, execute VOIP 321_Wizard.exe and follow instructions. - If its an update of the driver, please check next
The VOIP321 USB Phone Driver V 3.8.3 which can downloaded from Philips web site is compatible with Skype software version from V2.0.0.x until V4.2.x.x
1) Read my Skype version: - Open Skype window, select About in Help menu, to display the following window:
2) Read VOIP321 USB Phone Driver version: Open VOIP321 PC application, by right click on following window is displayed: in status bar, and select About. The
VOIP321 USB phone driver version
3) Upgrade my VOIP321 USB Phone Driver: If you have an older VOIP321 USB Phone Driver version, you may have compatibility problem with last Skype release. To upgrade your VOIP321 USB Phone Driver version, first download the last driver on Philips web site. Please click on the following link:
Uninstall the VOIP321. Go to program, Philips, VOIP321 and select Uninstall VOIP321. Install the latest Setup.exe downloaded from the Philips web site. Start the VOIP321 software. The following Skype window can be displayed:
Select Allow this program to use Skype. Validate by pressing OK.
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