In telephony, the "thing" the receiver is placed upon after hanging up is called the "hook" because on the old wall phones it literally was a hook. If you neglect to hang up a phone, it is said to be "off hook" and this condition can be detected at the central phone switch. Likewise, a phone properly stowed and inactive is said to be "on hook". Even though we no longer stow our phone receivers on a hook, the terms "on hook" and "off hook" are still used in the telephone business.
On Receiver: Open receiver There is a Jumper called Learn Short for 1 second. (Use jumper or Screwdriver) Remove jumper/screwdriver led on receiver switches on. On Remote/Transmitter: Press the button required for that receiver. Led goes off on receiver after a few seconds Push same button selected on remote again. The led will flash on receiver. Procedure complete.
Its were the wristband goes
To enter PIP mode from your remote, you will first need to put the receiver into Single Mode. You can do this by pressing the mode button on the front of the receiver. Once you are in Single Mode, press the PIP button on the bottom of the remote. Pressing it multiple times will change the PIP format until it goes back to a normal picture.
its simply called a phone case, or depending on what phone it is you can for example say: Blackberry case.
It will sound an alarm through the receiver that goes beep beep beep.
Its the jewelry that goes into a belly button piercing.
Jenson Alexander Lyons Button
The sender address goes either on the back at the top of the envelope or on the left hand corner in the front. The receiver's address goes in the front center of the envelope, and the stamp goes on the top right hand corner of the front.
The music goes through the wire that's connected to your phone and goes in to your phone.