AEG Voxtel M320 User Manual

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  • Page 2: Box Content

    BOX CONTENT In the box you will find: • 1 mobile handset • 1 charging cradle • 1 power adapter • 1 handset back cover • 1 user guide • 1 USB cable Keep the packing materials in a safe place in case you later need to transport the device.
  • Page 3: Getting To Know Your Phone

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR PHONE Keys and parts Meaning Performs the function of Left Soft displayed text above: Menu / OK Right Performs the function of text above: Contacts / Back Soft Key • Press to browse menu • Press to move cursor up Up and or down while editing Down...
  • Page 4 • Press to answer a call dur- ing ringing Talk key • Press to enter the calls log in standby • Press to dial a number • Press to end a call • Press to return to the Home End key Screen / Standby mode •...
  • Page 5 • Press to input telephone Number number. • In edit mode : press to input numbers or letters. • Press to input */ * Key +/ P/ W symbols. • Press to input “#”. • In edit mode : press to # Key change input method.
  • Page 6 Display icons and symbols The standby screen shows the following information: Meaning Radio link On with signal strength when linked. with mobile network. Battery charge level Internal segments cycle during battery charging. Alarm On if alarm is set. Ring and Vibrate off Ringer and vibration is off.
  • Page 7: Menu Operation

    MENU OPERATION Menu lists are used for set up and operation. The left and right soft key functions initially are Menu and Names. • Press Menu to display Messaging the first entry in the main Menu list. Use Up or Down to scroll the menu list. The display changes and soft keys become OK and Back.
  • Page 8: Installation And Setup

    INSTALLATION AND SETUP Before operating, a SIM card must be installed. Keep the SIM card out of reach of small children. The SIM card and its contacts can be damaged easily by scratches or bending, so handle the card carefully. Install the SIM card and battery •...
  • Page 9 Charge the battery Warning: Use only the supplied/approved batteries and chargers. Using others may be dangerous and will invalidate warranty. A battery must be fitted. Do not charge with the back cover removed. • Connect the charger lead firmly into the USB socket in the right of the handset, or place the handset directly in the charging cradle.
  • Page 10 Switching on and off To switch the phone on and off: • To switch off, press and hold Power key until the display turns off. • To switch back on, press and hold Power key until the display turns on. Warning: Do not switch on when mobile phone use is prohibited or if it may cause interference or...
  • Page 11: Making And Answering Calls

    MAKING AND ANSWERING CALLS To make a call Ensure the phone is switched on and in service. • Key in the telephone number including area code. (To add prefix “+” press the * key twice repeat) • Press Talk to dial the number on the display. •...
  • Page 12: Using The Phonebook

    USING THE PHONEBOOK You can store names and phone numbers in the Internal phone book (up to 300) and in the SIM phone book (SIM dependant, but a maximum of 250). To access the phonebook In idle mode: • Press RSK or Menu then Down to Phonebook, Note: Indicates entries on the SIM card Indicates entries in the Internal phone book.
  • Page 13 To edit a phonebook entry • Press Right soft key to open the phonebook, then Up/Down to find the entry you want to change. • Press Options then Up/Down to select Edit, then modify the name ,and then Press Down and modify the Number.
  • Page 14: Phonebook Settings

    Note: Before that insure the Reject numbers in blacklist is On , setting path as followed: Settings > Call settings > Advanced settings > Blacklist > Reject numbers in blacklist Once you add the number to the blacklist, this number can not call you anymore. Phonebook settings In idle mode: •...
  • Page 15: Call History

    CALL HISTORY With this function, you can view the Call history.If a call is not answered, 1 missed call(s) displays until view or back. To view the call log entries • From the home screen/idle mode, press Talk to show the All Calls log or •...
  • Page 16 MESSAGING Received SMS are stored in the Inbox and the icon indicates new messages. Also “New message 1 unread ” is displayed until View or Back is pressed. To access the SMS menu • Press Menu to show Messages. • Press OK to open the Messages. Write to write a new message.
  • Page 17 To write and send a text message • Press Menu to show Messaging • Press OK to show Write message • Press OK again to display a flashing cursor. • Write your message using the digit / letter keys. Note: When writing text, use # to switch between (ABC), (abc) ,(Abc) or Numerals (123).
  • Page 18 To read your messages • Press Menu to show Messaging and OK to select. • Press Down to choose Inbox and OK to select. • Press Up/Down to step through the messages. • While viewing a message, press Options to display: View to read the message...
  • Page 19 To delete all messages Delete Messages from each folder using their Option menu. • Press Menu to show Messaging and OK to select. • Press Up/Down then ok to select Inbox/Drafts/ Outbox/Sent messages Press Options to open the options list. •...
  • Page 20 SETTINGS Allows you to adjust various settings on the phone and also to reset them to their factory default values. • Press Menu then press Up/Down to go to Settings and OK to select. • Choose from the list the options available. PROFILES Profiles allow quick changes to your phone sounds and to customize them based on your situation.
  • Page 21: Phone Settings

    Phone settings Time and to set the displayed time and date. date Schedule set the time and enable the status, then Power on/off you can schedule power on/off your phone Language set the display language Writing set the writing language language Display to set wallpaper on the idle screen,...
  • Page 22: Security Settings

    Security settings To managed the security of your phone. set SIM lock on: you need a PIN before use security after startup and to Change password. Note: some SIM cards don’t allow it turned off. Warning: if you enter the wrong PIN three times the SIM card is blocked and you must enter the PUK number or contact your SIM provider to unblock it / set a new PIN code.
  • Page 23: Call Settings

    Call settings To set or modify the following call feature options: Call to activate call waiting where you can waiting press Talk to answer a 2nd call while holding the 1st. Call divert to set different incoming call diverts. Call barring to restrict making and receiving calls.
  • Page 24: Sos Setting

    SOS SETTING During standby mode with the display on, press and hold the SOS button for 3 seconds to start the emergency call operation. An emergency siren will be heard via the speaker, before sending the emergency SMS to any of the five emergency numbers that are programmed.
  • Page 25 TOOLS • Press Menu then press Down to Tools then OK to select it. 11.1 FM radio When in headset mode, enter FM radio, will auto activate the FM. The display shows the radio frequency or channel and the volume level currently selected.
  • Page 26 11.2 Calendar Open a Calendar to show the current month options: Jump to date to go to a specific date. Go to today to return to the present day. Go to weekly view to display a weekly view 11.3 Alarm You can set 4 alarms.
  • Page 27 GAMES Press Menu then Down to Games then press OK to select it, then OK to select Snake: Control the direction of snake to eat food, and the snake will grow longer if eat the food. Please avoid hit the wall and the snake. Before starting the game ,you can select game level, or enter Games settings to modify related settings, Sound effect , Volume level.
  • Page 28: Safety And Precautions

    SAFETY AND PRECAUTIONS When using your telephone, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury, including the following: 1. Switch off the phone in the vicinity of chemical plants, gas stations and other locations containing explosive objects.
  • Page 29: Charging Your Battery

    10. Avoid using the phone in extremely high or low temperature environments. Never leave the phone exposed under direct sunlight, in high humidity or in a dusty environment. 11. Do not use liquid or anything wet with strong detergents to clean the handset. 13.1 Charging your battery Your device is powered by a rechargeable battery...
  • Page 30 circuiting will occur when a metallic object such as a coin, clip or pen causes direct connection of the positive (+) and negative (-) terminals of the battery. This might happen, for example, when you carry a spare battery in your pocket or purse. Short- circuiting the terminals may damage the battery or the connecting object.
  • Page 31: Further Safety Information

    13.2 Further safety information The unit and the accessories can contain small parts. Keep them out of the reach of small children. 13.3 Operating environment Remember to ollow any particular rules that may apply wherever you happen to be and always turn off the unit whenever its use is forbidden, as it can cause interference or danger.
  • Page 32 13.5 Pacemaker Pacemaker manufacturers recommend a distance of at least 15 cm. between a mobile phone and a pacemaker to avoid the risk of interference with the pacemaker. These recommendations are in accordance with independent research and recommendations from Wireless Technology Research.
  • Page 33 13.8 Areas with explosion risk Always turn off the unit when you are in an area where there is a risk of explosion and follow all signs and instructions. An explosion risk exists in the places that include areas where you are normally requested to turn off your car engine.
  • Page 34: Guarantee And Service

    GUARANTEE AND SERVICE The phone is guaranteed for 24 months from the date of purchase shown on your sales receipt. This guarantee does not cover any faults or defects caused by accidents, misuse, fair wear and tear, neglect, lightning, tampering with the equipment, or any attempt at adjustment or repair other than through approved agents.
  • Page 35: Technical Details

    TECHNICAL DETAILS Standard: GSM Mobile Frequency Band: GSM900/DCS1800 System: Phase 2+ Operating Time: Standby around: 400 Hours (with fully charged battery) Talk time : 4 hours Charging Time: <5 hours Temperature Range: Operating: 0 °C to 40 °C Storage: -20 °C to 60 °C Handset Battery: 3.7V DC, 1200mAh Battery Pack Travel Charger:...
  • Page 36 CE DECLARATION This product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the R&TTE directive 1999/5/EC. The Declaration of conformity can be found on: 1313...
  • Page 37: Disposal Of The Device

    DISPOSAL OF THE DEVICE (ENVIRONMENT) At the end of the product lifecycle, you should not throw this product into the normal household garbage but bring the product to a collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipments. The symbol on the product, user guide and/or box indicate this.
  • Page 38: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING “Call failed” Check dialled appears number is correct, with full area code SIM card Some SIM cards are fitted thinner than others. Lightly press the – only makes SIM card holder to ensure a proper emergency contact is made. call The mobile The phone is switched...
  • Page 39 How can If the signal is weak, reception be try another location to make or improved? continue with a call, e.g. when indoors move towards a window. Reception is often poor in elevators, tunnels or underground railways and car parks. Can I If you want withhold suppress...
  • Page 40 © 2014 Binatone Electronics International Limited All rights reserved Subject to availability. Rights of modification reserved. AEG is a registered trademark used under license from AB Electrolux (publ)

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