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Raul | CompTIA A+ | Module 3.1 - Mobile Operating Systems

By: Raul Pop | Related Course: CompTIA A+ | Published: May 5, 2017 | Modified: May 5, 2017
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NotepadAndroid 4.0x vs IOS 5.x


-32 bit ARM(Advanced Rise Machine)

-Two main competitors(Windows Phone/IOS)

-open source vs closed source

-distributed freely/heavily modified

-debugging permission

-Android is open source linux based google designed

-IOS: Proprietary Apple Product

NotepadApp Source

-Google play

-Source of android

-may download device

-select for download on computer


-App Store

-Source of ios devices

-May be download on Device/PC


APP Creation

-created by developers

-apps may request permission

-android less restrictive than ios

NotepadGeo/GPS Tracking


Global Positioning System

-series of satellites 

-used  with multiple apps/features



-track phone movement

-may be partially disabled

-provides app features

-provide phone location

NotepadScreen Calibration

-Sets level

-Better Performance 

-Also set touchscreen points

-steps>settings>display>lay flat>tap prompts

NotepadScreen Orientation

-May be rotated horizontally/vertically

-may be need for experience content

-rotation typically occurs automatically

-can disable auto-rotation in settings

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