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Mobile Testing Online Part 2
Mobile Testing Online Part 2
Groups of Questions to be discuss:
Groups of Questions to be discuss:
Learning Objective Today: cover 22 questions
Learning Objective Today: cover 22 questions
To use the presentation effectively:
To use the presentation effectively:
Mobile World Literacy
Mobile World Literacy
List of Interview Questions: Section 2
List of Interview Questions: Section 2
1. What is the difference between Linux and UNIX
1. What is the difference between Linux and UNIX
List of Interview Questions: Section 2
List of Interview Questions: Section 2
2. Smartphone vs
2. Smartphone vs
List of Interview Questions: Section 2
List of Interview Questions: Section 2
3. What is the about Smartphone that change everything
3. What is the about Smartphone that change everything
List of Interview Questions: Section 2
List of Interview Questions: Section 2
4. What is a Mobile application
4. What is a Mobile application
Examples of Mobile Apps:
Examples of Mobile Apps:
List of Interview Questions: Section 2
List of Interview Questions: Section 2
5. What is Native Mobile Application
5. What is Native Mobile Application
Examples of Native Apps
Examples of Native Apps
List of Interview Questions: Section 2
List of Interview Questions: Section 2
6. What is the Mobile Web Application
6. What is the Mobile Web Application
Build your professional vocabulary:
Build your professional vocabulary:
Examples of Mobile Web apps
Examples of Mobile Web apps
Good to know: Hybrid Application
Good to know: Hybrid Application
List of Interview Questions: Section 2
List of Interview Questions: Section 2
NATIVE
NATIVE
List of Interview Questions: Section 2
List of Interview Questions: Section 2
8. What is the difference between Web and Native app
8. What is the difference between Web and Native app
8. Native vs
8. Native vs
List of Interview Questions: Section 2
List of Interview Questions: Section 2
9. What is Application Architecture
9. What is Application Architecture
9. What is application structure
9. What is application structure
What is application structure
What is application structure
How well you know Mobile Devices
How well you know Mobile Devices
List of Interview Questions: Section 3
List of Interview Questions: Section 3
1. What phone do you have right now
1. What phone do you have right now
List of Interview Questions: Section 3
List of Interview Questions: Section 3
2. What devices do you used for testing
2. What devices do you used for testing
What devices do you used for testing
What devices do you used for testing
Definition Reminder:
Definition Reminder:
What Devices do you used in your testing
What Devices do you used in your testing
Most Popular Mobile Phones: 4
Most Popular Mobile Phones: 4
List of Interview Questions: Section 3
List of Interview Questions: Section 3
3. What Android Devices do you use for Testing
3. What Android Devices do you use for Testing
3. What Android Devices do you use for Testing
3. What Android Devices do you use for Testing
Definition Reminder:
Definition Reminder:
List of Interview Questions: Section 3
List of Interview Questions: Section 3
4. How familiar you are with Apple devices
4. How familiar you are with Apple devices
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List of Interview Questions: Section 3
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iPhone: Home Screen  Settings - General  About
iPhone: Home Screen Settings - General About
Android: Menu Button  Settings  About Phone
Android: Menu Button Settings About Phone
List of Interview Questions: Section 3
List of Interview Questions: Section 3
7. Tell me about the different uses of HOME button on iPhone
7. Tell me about the different uses of HOME button on iPhone
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List of Interview Questions: Section 3
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1 Mobile Testing Online Part 2

Mobile Testing Online Part 2

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2 Groups of Questions to be discuss:

Groups of Questions to be discuss:

Mobile OS/Platform Fundamental Mobile/Software literacy How well you know Mobile Devices Specific of Mobile Testing Mobile Testing tools Security of Mobile Devices The future Trends in Mobile World

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3 Learning Objective Today: cover 22 questions

Learning Objective Today: cover 22 questions

1. Section 2: Feedback Question from Lesson Part 1 Mobile World Literacy 8 questions 2. Section 3: How well you know Mobile Devices 13 questions

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To use the presentation effectively:

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The helpful online Resources The information you should remember Last Minute Update

Interview Question

The information you need to find by yourself and learn

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Mobile World Literacy

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6 List of Interview Questions: Section 2

List of Interview Questions: Section 2

1. What is the difference between Linux and UNIX? 2. Smartphone vs. Feature phone 3. What is the about Smartphone that change everything? 4. What is a Mobile application? 5.What is Native Mobile Application? 6. What is the Mobile Web Application? 7. What came first for mobile phone the Native or Web app? 8. What is the difference between a Web and a Native app? 9. What is application structure?

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1. What is the difference between Linux and UNIX

Simple ANSWER: 1. KERNEL LEVEL: Open source nature of Linux vs. Close/Proprietary Nature of Unix (Apple, HP own soft/hardware). 2.HARDWARE LEVEL: Linux runs on many hardware platforms, including Intel x86 computers. On the other hand, UNIX is proprietary-hardware-bonded and requires a more powerful hardware configuration. 3.LICENSE: Unix is a proprietary software and you would need to buy it if you want to use it.GNU/Linux is licensed under the GPL (GNU General Public License) which is an open source license.

Advance Technical ANSWER: Monolithic Vs Micro-kernel Approach Adding/Removing features to kernel Kernel Threading Multi-threaded application support Unix STREAMS Preemptive Vs Non-Preemptive Kernels

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http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2012/01/linux-unix-kernel/

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List of Interview Questions: Section 2

1. What is the difference between Linux and UNIX? 2. Smartphone vs. Feature phone 3. What is the about Smartphone that change everything? 4. What is a Mobile application? 5.What is Native Mobile Application? 6. What is the Mobile Web Application? 7. What came first for mobile phone the Native or Web app? 8. What is the difference between a Web and a Native app? 9. What is application structure?

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2. Smartphone vs

Feature phone

Although Feature phone is the term used to describe low-end devices, and Smartphone is used to describe high-end devices, there is no official definition to distinguish the two. The Smartphones advanced API for running third-party applications allows to have better integration and performance of those apps with the phone's OS and hardware. Feature Phones usually have a limited proprietary operating system, and not all feature phones support third-party software. If they do, they're usually run on Java or BREW and are often standalone items that don't integrate with other features of the phone.

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List of Interview Questions: Section 2

1. What is the difference between Linux and UNIX? 2. Smartphone vs. Feature phone 3. What is the about Smartphone that change everything? 4. What is a Mobile application? 5.What is Native Mobile Application? 6. What is the Mobile Web Application? 7. What came first for mobile phone the Native or Web app? 8. What is the difference between a Web and a Native app? 9. What is application structure?

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3. What is the about Smartphone that change everything

When Apple introduced the App Store in 2008, shortly after opening up the iOS SDK to third-party developers, it has permanently switched the mobile apps distribution from the mobile carriers to the handset manufacturers app-store environments. Another big challenge is that the modern Smartphone become a general platform for running more specific third-party apps and tools

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List of Interview Questions: Section 2

1. What is the difference between Linux and UNIX? 2. Smartphone vs. Feature phone 3. What is the about Smartphone that change everything? 4. What is a Mobile application? 5.What is Native Mobile Application? 6. What is the Mobile Web Application? 7. What came first for mobile phone the Native or Web app? 8. What is the difference between a Web and a Native app? 9. What is application structure?

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4. What is a Mobile application

A Mobile app is a software that runs on a handheld device (phone, tablet, e-reader, iPod, etc.), which can connect to Wi-Fi or wireless carrier networks, and has an OS to support standalone software. Mobile Apps were originally intended for productivity: email, calendar and contact databases, but public demand caused rapid expansion into other areas such as mobile games, factory automation, GPS, and location-based services, banking, order-tracking, and ticket purchases.

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14 Examples of Mobile Apps:

Examples of Mobile Apps:

Caltrain Times The Caltrain Times app is a train schedule viewer for the Caltrain commuter rail system in California

PolitiFact showcase app PolitiFact app helps users find the truth in politics by rating the accuracy of people's statements on the Truth-O-Meter: True, Mostly True, Half True, Barely True, False, and Pants on Fire (the lowest rating).

Netflix Queue Manager showcase app This app makes it easy for users to connect and manage their Netflix queue, search for new titles, check out recommendations, and view titles based on their favorite movie stars.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AceHvef-8Tg&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7fuMrRyLNE&feature=player_embedded

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List of Interview Questions: Section 2

1. What is the difference between Linux and UNIX? 2. Smartphone vs. Feature phone 3. What is the about Smartphone that change everything? 4. What is a Mobile application? 5. What is Native Mobile Application? 6. What is the Mobile Web Application? 7. What came first for mobile phone the Native or Web app? 8. What is the difference between a Web and a Native app? 9. What is application structure?

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5. What is Native Mobile Application

Native app is the one that is specifically designed to run on a devices operating system and machine firmware, and typically needs to be adapted for different devices.

Native apps are attentially built for a specific SDK platform, tools and languages, typically provided by the platform vendor (e.g. xCode/Objective-C for iOS, Eclipse/Java for Android, Visual Studio/C# for Windows Phone). That means you must duplicate them using the appropriate programming language in order to target another mobile platform. Nearly all games are native apps.

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17 Examples of Native Apps

Examples of Native Apps

Native Email Apps Native Calendar Apps Native Push Notifications Apps Native SMS Apps Native Alarm Clock Apps Native Game Apps Native GPS Navigation Apps Native Photo Gallery Apps Native Planner / Organizer / To-Do App

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18 List of Interview Questions: Section 2

List of Interview Questions: Section 2

1. What is the difference between Linux and UNIX? 2. Smartphone vs. Feature phone 3. What is the about Smartphone that change everything? 4. What is a Mobile application? 5. What is Native Mobile Application? 6. What is the Mobile Web Application? 7. What came first for mobile phone the Native or Web app? 8. What is the difference between a Web and a Native app? 9. What is application structure?

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6. What is the Mobile Web Application

A Web app, or Browser application, is the one where all or some parts of the software are downloaded from the Web each time it is run. It can usually be accessed from all Web-capable mobile devices.

Mobile Web apps are server-side apps, built with any server-side technology (PHP, Node.js, ASP.NET) that render HTML that has been styled to rendering well on a device form factor.

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20 Build your professional vocabulary:

Build your professional vocabulary:

Rendering is the process of generating an image from a model (or models in what collectively could be called a scene file), by means of computer programs. A scene file contains objects in a strictly defined language or data structure; it would contain geometry, viewpoint, texture, lighting, and shading information as a description of the virtual scene.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VUWrZRCtI8&feature=player_embedded

21 Examples of Mobile Web apps

Examples of Mobile Web apps

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Good to know: Hybrid Application

Hybrid apps, like native apps, run on the device, and are written with web technologies (HTML5, CSS and JavaScript). Hybrid apps run inside a native container, and leverage the devices browser engine (but not the browser) to render the HTML and process the JavaScript locally. A web-to-native abstraction layer ensure cross-platform compatibility and enables access to device capabilities that are not accessible in Mobile Web applications, such as the accelerometer, camera and local storage, Users contacts.

Hybrid apps rely on development frameworks like Sencha, PhoneGap, Titanium, Rhomobile, ParticleCode, Corona, Mosync, Worklight, BkRender IGNs mobile social network Dominate is just such a hybrid app.

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http://icenium.com/community/blog/icenium-team-blog/2012/06/14/what-is-a-hybrid-mobile-app-

23 List of Interview Questions: Section 2

List of Interview Questions: Section 2

1. What is the difference between Linux and UNIX? 2. Smartphone vs. Feature phone 3. What is the about Smartphone that change everything? 4. What is a Mobile application? 5. What is Native Mobile Application? 6. What is the Mobile Web Application? 7. What came first for mobile phone the Native or Web app? 8. What is the difference between a Web and a Native app? 9. What is application structure?

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NATIVE

7. What came first on the Mobile: the Native or Web app?

Recall the pre-installed programs/apps such as address book, calendar and calculator that appeared on the mobile phone much before the availability of Web connectivity. The most memorable example was when Nokia implemented the classic arcade game of Snake in 1998, which became a massive Hit around the world.

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25 List of Interview Questions: Section 2

List of Interview Questions: Section 2

1. What is the difference between Linux and UNIX? 2. Smartphone vs. Feature phone 3. What is the about Smartphone that change everything? 4. What is a Mobile application? 5. What is Native Mobile Application? 6. What is the Mobile Web Application? 7. What came first for mobile phone the Native or Web app? 8. What is the difference between a Web and a Native app? 9. What is application structure?

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8. What is the difference between Web and Native app

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Category

Performance

Cost

Maintenance

Compatibility

User Experience

Mobile Native App

Mobile Web App

Runs locally with quick loading & fluid interaction using OS and other installed software

Internet reliance results in slower load and response

More investment due to resource & time demand

Less investment as its quick and easy to develop

Updated through new versions for user to download

Relatively simple to maintain with instant updates

Separate version required for each Operation System

Easy creation of cross-platform & Browser versions.

Made for Mobile: smooth, fast & intuitive to use

Optimized from desktop website so less satisfying

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8. Native vs

Mobile Web Apps 2

A Web app is built using HTML5 technology that describe the latest generation of Web standards, including HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, along with several dozen other technologies. As they are not owned by any one corporation, they are universally well supported.

Native apps and Web apps differ not just in how they are made but how they are accessed. An HTML5 app is simply a Website you visit it in your browser, and youre done. A native app must be downloaded and installed on the device. The Apple App Store or Googles Play Store are controlled by their owner and may apply charges, rules and policies these are never a constraint with HTML5, distributed purely via the Web.

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28 List of Interview Questions: Section 2

List of Interview Questions: Section 2

1. What is the difference between Linux and UNIX? 2. Smartphone vs. Feature phone 3. What is the about Smartphone that change everything? 4. What is a Mobile application? 5. What is Native Mobile Application? 6. What is the Mobile Web Application? 7. What came first for mobile phone the Native or Web app? 8. What is the difference between a Web and a Native app? 9. What is application structure?

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9. What is Application Architecture

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The application architecture is a structure that specified on the basis of business requirements. This involves defining the interaction between application packages, databases, and middleware systems in terms of functional coverage. This helps identify any integration problems or gaps in functional coverage.

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9. What is application structure

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Presentation Layer: The presentation layer contains components needed to interact with the user of the application. Examples of such components are web pages, rich-client forms, user interaction process components etc. Business Layer: The business layer encapsulates the core business functionality of the application. Simple business functions can be implemented using stateless components. Complex, long-running transactions can be implemented using state-full workflows. The business components are generally front-ended by a service interface that acts as a facade to hide the complexity of the business logic. This is commonly known as Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).

Presentation Layer

Business Layer

Data Stores

Mobile Support Infrastructure

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Data Access Layer

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Application_architecture

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What is application structure

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Data Access Layer: The data access layer provides a simple API for accessing and manipulating data. The components in this layer abstract the semantics of the underlying data access technology; thus allowing the business layer to focus on business logic. Each component typically provides methods to perform Create, Read, Update, and Delete (CRUD) operations for a specific business entity. Data Stores: Enterprise applications store their data in one or more data stores. Databases and file systems are two very common types of data stores

Presentation Layer

Business Layer

Data Stores

Mobile Support Infrastructure

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Data Access Layer

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee658108.aspx

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How well you know Mobile Devices

Section 3

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List of Interview Questions: Section 3

1. What phone do you have right now? 2. What devices do you use for testing? 3. What Android devices do you used for Testing? 4. How familiar you are with Apple devices? 5. A/B Do you know how to use iPhone? Do you know how to go through Android? 6. A/B Where to find the current version of your Mobile Device? 7. Tell me about the different uses of HOME button on iPhone. 8. A/B How to see and kill the last process on iPhone/Android? 9. A/B Show me how to activate Flight Mode on Android/iPhone.

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1. What phone do you have right now

When you talk about your Phone you should mentioned: Model and Maker, year of release, OS (availability to upgrade system), carrier, battery life, why you choose this phone, compare your phone with your dream phone, special feature you like your favorite Browser, connectivity, coverage in your area

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List of Interview Questions: Section 3

1. What phone do you have right now? 2. What devices do you use for testing? 3. What Android devices do you used for Testing? 4. How familiar you are with Apple devices? 5. A/B Do you know how to use iPhone? Do you know how to go through Android? 6. A/B Where to find the current version of your Mobile Device? 7. Tell me about the different uses of HOME button on iPhone. 8. A/B How to see and kill the last process on iPhone/Android? 9. A/B Show me how to activate Flight Mode on Android/iPhone.

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2. What devices do you used for testing

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Tips 1: Based on your Resume search and create a 3-4 Mobile Devices chart with the following information: Device Name, Device Maker, year that it came on the Market, OS version started and upgrade to, some hardware/software characteristics Tips 2: Due the iPhone high cost, most of the companies testing iPhone services and applications on fully compatible and affordable iPod Touch ($199).

EXAMPLES of Devices Story: In my project , in November 2011, I was use HTC Sensation XE (it came on the Market in September 2011). The original Android Version on this Phone was 2.3.4 (Gingerbread), although now it could be upgraded up to 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich). We choose this phone because of the solid Battery life, and good hardware set-up

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What devices do you used for testing

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Tips 3: Get ready for provocative questions such as Is Honeycomb version used for Androids Tablet only? No, originally for Tablets only, in March 2011 it got available as the system upgrade on Motorola XOOM, HTC Inspire 4G, and NTC ThunderBolt. Tips 4: Invest your time to search trough the helpful links. Tips 5: Get aware that on some Devices OS Version differs based on GSM or CDMA channel access. For Example: Apple iPhone 4 (June 2010) has iOS 4.0 (GSM) and 4.2.5 (CDMA).

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/list_of_iOS_devices

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_Android_devices

38 Definition Reminder:

Definition Reminder:

Global System for Mobile Communication AT&T and T-Mobile Standard speed 128 kb/s to max 480 kb/s

Code Division Multiple Access Verizon and Sprint Standard speed 500 kb/s to max 2.5 Mbit/s

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What Devices do you used in your testing

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Most Popular Mobile Phones: 4

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http://www.phonegg.com/

41 List of Interview Questions: Section 3

List of Interview Questions: Section 3

1. What phone do you have right now? 2. What devices do you use for testing? 3. What Android devices do you used for Testing? 4. How familiar you are with Apple devices? 5. A/B Do you know how to use iPhone? Do you know how to go through Android? 6. A/B Where to find the current version of your Mobile Device? 7. Tell me about the different uses of HOME button on iPhone. 8. A/B How to see and kill the last process on iPhone/Android? 9. A/B Show me how to activate Flight Mode on Android/iPhone.

13 Questions

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3. What Android Devices do you use for Testing

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04-2011

02-2011 (Asia)

09-2010

06-2010

02-2012

06-2010

09-2010

09-2010

11-2011

01-2011

09-2011

07-2010

Acer HTC LG Motorola Samsung Sony Sony Ericsson Huawei Alcatel Cherry Mobile Dell i-Mobile Kyocera/Sanyo Lenovo Meizu Pantech ZTE Archos Asus Barnes&Noble

Device

Samsung Galaxy S II

18 %

2.3.5 Gingerbread

Samsung Galaxy Ace

9%

2.2 Froyo

Motorola Defy

7%

2.1/2.2 ?clair/Froyo

HTC EVO 4G

6%

2.1/2.2/2.3

Samsung Galaxy Note

6%

2.3.5 Gingerbread

Samsung Galaxy S

5%

2.1 Eclair

HTC Desire HD

5%

2.2/2.3

Samsung Galaxy Tab

4%

2.3 Gingerbread

Motorola Droid Razr

4%

2.3 Gingerbread

Samsung Galaxy Mini

4%

2.2 Froyo

Amazon Kindle Fire

4%

2.3 Gingerbread

Motorola Droid X/Shadow

3%

2.1/2.3 ?clair/Gingerbread

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Release

Android OS

WW Sale Share

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3. What Android Devices do you use for Testing

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HTC

LG

Motorola

Samsung

Droid Eris (CDMA), 11-2009 Ver. 1.5 (Cupcake) to 2.1 (Eclair)

LG G2X 04-2011 Ver. 2.2/2.3

Droid X 06-2010 Ver. 2.1/2.2/2.3

I9000 Galaxy S 07-2010 Ver. 2.3

Desire 04-2010 Ver. 2.1/2.2/2.3

LU 2300 Optimus Q 06-2010 Ver. 1.6 (Donut)

Atrix 4G 02-2011 Ver. 2.2/2.3 4.0 in Q2 2012

Galaxy S II 04-2011 Ver. 2.3(Gingerbread)

HTC One 04-2012 Ver. 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)

Xoom 03-2011 First Android with Ver. 3.0 (Honeycomb)

Galaxy Nexus 09-2011 First Android phone with Ver. 4.0

Droid Bionic 09-2011 Ver. 2.3/4.0

Galaxy S III 05-2012 Ver. 4.0 TouchWizUI

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http://www.theandroidphone.com/android-is-the-future-99824/

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Definition Reminder:

Fragmentation is the inability to "write once and run anywhere". More formally, it is the inability to develop an application against a reference operating context (OC) and achieve the intended behavior in all OCs suitable for the application.

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http://www.comp.nus.edu.sg/~damithch/df/device-fragmentation.htm

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List of Interview Questions: Section 3

1. What phone do you have right now? 2. What devices do you use for testing? 3. What Android devices do you used for Testing? 4. How familiar you are with Apple devices? 5. A/B Do you know how to use iPhone? Do you know how to go through Android? 6. A/B Where to find the current version of your Mobile Device? 7. Tell me about the different uses of HOME button on iPhone. 8. A/B How to see and kill the last process on iPhone/Android? 9. A/B Show me how to activate Flight Mode on Android/iPhone.

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4. How familiar you are with Apple devices

Device

iOS (Original)

Release

All Devices could be upgraded to iOS 5.1.1

iPhone

iPhone 3GS

iPhone OS 3.0

06-2009

iPhone 4

iOS 4.0 (GSM) iOS 4.2.5 (CDMA)

06-2010

iPhone 4S

iOS 5.0

10-2011

iPod Touch

4 Generation

iOS 4.0 (2010) iOS 5.0 (2011)

09-2010 (black) 10-2011 (white)

iPad

iPad 2

iOS 4.3

03-2011

iPad (3rd generation)

iOS 5.1

03-2012

Apple TV

3rd Generation

iOS 5.1

03-2012

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List of Interview Questions: Section 3

1. What phone do you have right now? 2. What devices do you use for testing? 3. What Android devices do you used for Testing? 4. How familiar you are with Apple devices? 5. A/B Do you know how to use iPhone? Do you know how to go through Android? 6. A/B Where you can find the current version of your Mobile Device? 7. Tell me about the different uses of HOME button on iPhone. 8. A/B How to see and kill the last process on iPhone/Android? 9. A/B Show me how to activate Flight Mode on Android/iPhone.

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Do you know how to use iPhone?

Where to gain Information:

1. iPhone Get Started Guide 2. Explicit Support Online Resource direct from Apple (tutorials, documentation, specifications) 3.YouTube Resources tutorial videos and fun 4. Tips and tricks Review of your Phone 5. Peers Reviews and Info 6. Technical news/updates on the new coming Apple product

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http://www.apple.com/support/iphone/getstarted/

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5A

How to survive this Question: Be Smart

Memorize 5 tips and tricks on iPhone OR Memorize 5 short cuts on iPhone OR Memorize 5 customazed tips on iPhone Surprise the Interviewers with some advance, unknown details. Tell them some details on one specific iPhone feature (as your favorite)

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http://rantsreviews.com/iphone-4-short-cuts/

http://coolappsman.com/2012/03/iphone-secrets-tips-tricks/

http://iphone.appstorm.net/how-to/30-super-secret-iphone-features-and-shortcuts/

http://iphone.appstorm.net/roundups/developer/40-secret-iphone-features-and-shortcuts/

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5B

Do you know how to go through Android? 1

Android may require a little effort to learn and set up: 1. Do not skip setup processes (especially, for Google Account). Settings > Accounts & Sync. Clean House Home Screen vs. Applications (diff. from iPhone) Play Store explore Menu: My Apps, Accounts, Settings, Help choose/organize your Keyboard, Profile, SMS, Social Stuff, Organizers. Widgets Weather Channel, Traffic, Power Control, Program monitor, Social Updates, etc. Tweaks - Ringtones, Voice Commands, etc.

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http://android.appstorm.net/roundups/utilities-roundups/top-tips-and-tricks-to-get-the-most-out-of-android/

http://gizmodo.com/5909262/how-to-use-android

http://android.appstorm.net/roundups/customization-roundups/apps-and-resources-to-customize-your-android-homescreen/

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5B

Do you know how to go through Android? 2

From Professional Point of View: use the provided link below to 35 Android Apps to Monitor Usage Stats and Tweak System Utilities

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List of Interview Questions: Section 3

1. What phone do you have right now? 2. What devices do you use for testing? 3. What Android devices do you used for Testing? 4. How familiar you are with Apple devices? 5. A/B Do you know how to use iPhone? Do you know how to go through Android? 6. A/B Where you can find the current version of your Mobile Device? 7. Tell me about the different uses of HOME button on iPhone. 8. A/B How to see and kill the last process on iPhone/Android? 9. A/B Show me how to activate Flight Mode on Android/iPhone.

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iPhone: Home Screen Settings - General About

6A. Where you can find the current version of your Mobile Device?

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54 Android: Menu Button  Settings  About Phone

Android: Menu Button Settings About Phone

6B. Where you can find the current version of your Mobile Device?

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List of Interview Questions: Section 3

1. What phone do you have right now? 2. What devices do you use for testing? 3. What Android devices do you used for Testing? 4. How familiar you are with Apple devices? 5. A/B Do you know how to use iPhone? Do you know how to go through Android? 6. A/B Where to find the current version of your Mobile Device? 7. Tell me about the different uses of HOME button on iPhone. 8. A/B How to see and kill the last process on iPhone/Android? 9. A/B Show me how to activate Flight Mode on Android/iPhone.

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7. Tell me about the different uses of HOME button on iPhone

For Search When on the home screen, if you click the Home button once, it will bring up the phone's Spotlight search tool. Fast app switcher Double clicked to move between apps and close programs. For Voice Control On the iPhone 3GS and higher, holding down the home button for a few seconds activates Voice Control, a program that allows the user to speak the names of people to call or songs to play. Siri Holding down the home button--whether the phone is locked or unlocked--until the Siri icon (a round microphone) pops up from the bottom of the screen. For iPod Controls When the phone is locked and the iPod playing, a double click of the home button will bring up the iPod controls.

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List of Interview Questions: Section 3

1. What phone do you have right now? 2. What devices do you use for testing? 3. What Android devices do you used for Testing? 4. How familiar you are with Apple devices? 5. A/B Do you know how to use iPhone? Do you know how to go through Android? 6. A/B Where to find the current version of your Mobile Device? 7. Tell me about the different uses of HOME button on iPhone. 8. A/B How to see and kill the last process on iPhone/Android? 9. A/B Show me how to activate Flight Mode on Android/iPhone.

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How to see and kill the last process on iPhone? 1

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In iOS 4 or higher, it's easy to kill the offending app by taking advantage of the built-in Fast App Switcher. To access this, double click the home button to reveal the row of apps below the dock Slide the apps from side to side to find the one you want to quit When you find it, tap and hold the app until a red badge with a line through it appears. The apps will also wiggle like they do when you're rearranging them When the red badge appears, tap it to kill the app and any background processes it might be running When you're killed all the apps you want, click the home button again to return to using your iPhone.

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How to see and kill the last process on iPhone? 2

Force Quit the unresponsive App Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until you see the red slider. Normally, this is what you would do to power down your iPhone or iPod touch. In this case however, when the slider appears, release the sleep/wake button and then press and hold the Home button. If it works correctly, your iPhone will forcefully quit the unresponsive app and return you to your home screen.

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How to see and kill the last process on Android? 1

Tap and Hold Home Button Task Manager window appears (1) Tap Active Application View Active Applications Exit/End it individually or Exit/End all

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Kill Android Apps with Built-In Tools Start by opening up the Settings panel on your phone, and then head into Applications > Manage applications Now switch over to the Running tab, where youll see all the applications that are currently running on the system. You could find the application in one of the other tabs as well, but its often easier to filter through the Running list. Once youre on the application thats causing the problems, you can simply click the Force stop button to kill the process.

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62 List of Interview Questions: Section 3

List of Interview Questions: Section 3

1. What phone do you have right now? 2. What devices do you use for testing? 3. What Android devices do you used for Testing? 4. How familiar you are with Apple devices? 5. A/B Do you know how to use iPhone? Do you know how to go through Android? 6. A/B Where to find the current version of your Mobile Device? 7. Tell me about the different uses of HOME button on iPhone. 8. A/B How to see and kill the last process on iPhone/Android? 9. A/B Show me how to activate Flight Mode on Android/iPhone.

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Show me how to activate Flight Mode on iPhone.

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Go to Home Screen (page 1) Click on Settings Top line of Settings Menu is Airplane Mode Switch it OFF/ON.

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Show me how to activate Flight Mode on Android

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1. Hold (long) the Start Button (upper right, side corner of the phone) Phone Options window will appeared Select Flight Mode it will go ON automatically. 2. Tap Menu (on the bottom) Settings Wireless and Network Check Flight Mode box.

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