Tuesday, 22 September 2015

Mobile Testing Interview Questions and Answers for freshers pdf free download

6. What is the difference between WAP testing and Web testing? 

WAP Testing: Is testing the WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) used in network applications.
Web Testing: Is mainly related to testing the web applications such as portals and websites.

7. What is the difference between Simulator and Emulator? 

Simulator is the electronic network simulation equipment or a base station equipment for CDMA network/CDMA mobile phones and it is CISCO programmed.It helps in latching home network without roaming services and can make VOICE,SMS,DATA calls especially where there is no roaming facility to test the handset. The CDMA Frequency like 800/900,1800/1900 which do not support in Asia and Europe,can make them live! with the help of this Simulator, the highest capacity of the simulator depends of the manufacturer of the box, may be up to 2400-MHz. It has to be configured both in the box as well as in mobile phones. As per the box capacity it can connect only limited count of mobile phones at one network within a range of 10 meters. This was just brief...
Emulator is a software to test mobile application without a live handset.

8. How to know , which are the bands (850,900,1800,1900) a mobile device supports? 

The genrals bands supported by phone are UMTS / HSDPA / HSUPA devices operate in the UMTS frequency bands 800/850/1900/2100 or 850/1700/1900/2100 MHz:
2100 (downlink) / 1900 (uplink) for Europe, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Asia (including South Korea and Japan) and Brazil (usually referred simply as UMTS2100)
1900 for North and South America2100 (downlink) / 1700 (uplink) for T-Mobile USA and others, called AWS Band (usually referred simply as UMTS1700)
900 for Australia (Optus and Vodafone Australia in rural areas) and in the future in countries that currently use GSM900
850 for North and South America, Australia (NextG), New Zealand (Telecom)
800 for Japan (NTT DoCoMo in rural areas)
Note that being UMTS / HSDPA / HSUPA quad band doesn't mean that phone is a GSM / GPRS / EDGE quad band. However nearly all HSUPA quad band devices are EDGE quad band too.

Five and Six band phones (800/850/900/1700/1900/2100) are possible but none have been announced.

1st way to find: go to UI settings of BAND SETTING and check the bands avaliable to select which gives the details about the bands supported byy the phone.

2nd way to find: if there is no options to view the band settings then we can connect the phone to the simultor and check if the phone if phone latches to the network at that band.

as there are hardly 10 bands which a phone can support using that we can ckeck the bands supported by the phone with the help of simulator.

3rd way to find: go to QXDM -> static message (there is a hot key for that, but i dont recollect), go to View->and check for static message. There you should be able to check the bands which mobile device supports.
and there are many other ways by which we can check the band settings.

9. What are the different classes of GPRS? What is the use of this GPRS classes? 
There are three classes:
Class A
Class B
Class c

Class A
Can be connected to GPRS service and GSM service (voice, SMS), using both at the same time. Such devices are known to be available today.
Class B
Can be connected to GPRS service and GSM service (voice, SMS), but using only one or the other at a given time. During GSM service (voice call or SMS), GPRS service is suspended, and then resumed automatically after the GSM service (voice call or SMS) has concluded. Most GPRS mobile devices are Class B.
Class C
Are connected to either GPRS service or GSM service (voice, SMS). Must be switched manually between one or the other service.

10. Explain some conformance testcases of a mobile? 
confermance testcases of a mobile can be refer spec 34.123, for example For RLC/MAC 7.1. to etc

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