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Additional functions using the PC interface
Additional functions using the PC interface
QuickSync functions:
Sync the handset's directory with Microsoft® Outlook®
Upload CLIP-pictures (.bmp) from the computer to the handset
Upload pictures (.bmp) as screensavers from the computer to the handset
Upload sounds (ringtone melodies) from the computer to the handset
Update firmware
Cloud synchronisation with Google™
¤Connecting the handset to the computer via Bluetooth or via a USB data cable.
Transferring data
¤Launch the Gigaset QuickSync program on the computer.
The message Data transfer in progress is shown on the display during data transfer between
the handset and PC. During this time, it is not possible to enter any data using the keypad and
incoming calls are ignored.
Carrying out a firmware update
¤Connect the telephone and the PC using a USB data cable Launch Gigaset QuickSync
Establish connection to the handset
¤Start firmware update in Gigaset QuickSync . . . Information about this can be found in
Gigaset QuickSync help feature
The update process may take up to 10 minutes (not including download time).
The data are first downloaded from the online update server. The time required for this depends
on Internet connection speed.
The display on your telephone is switched off, the Message key and the Talk key flash.
Once the update is complete, your telephone will automatically restart.
The Gigaset QuickSync program has been installed on the computer.
Free to download at www.gigaset.com/quicksync
Connect the handset directly to the PC and not via a USB hub.
Data transfer using Bluetooth:
The computer has Bluetooth capability.
A USB data cable is not plugged in. If a USB data cable is plugged in during an
existing Bluetooth connection, the Bluetooth connection is interrupted.
Do not interrupt the process and do not remove the USB data cable.
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