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This is less than 14.3 mobile device connective ity, connective ity and application configurations that you'll find on your mobile devices. Let's go and get started. We're gonna go through different mobile device applications and configurations that you're generally see in most mobile devices.
Wireless and Sailor Data Network are mobile of devices, work off of a sailor network, and that cellular network allows us to get to the Internet
on her mobile devices. But there's some unique things that we could do with your cellphone. Other Dan. Have the phone go on Internet itself. There's a couple ways you can connect that photo, other devices to share that interconnection. One of them is a hot spot. You could turn on the phone a hot spot feature
to share the Internet connection with multiple devices that could be other laptops, tablets
or even of our mobile devices or phone cell phones
so you could turn that Internet connection on again. Share it like a little mobile WiFi hot spot. You want to check with your provider? No, for the additional costs. And if your plan supports that, another way of doing it. If you want to share that Internet connection with your personal laptop or a single device will be tethering.
Connect him your mobile device directly to that laptop with through for tap tethering
again. Check with your provider for additional costs and make sure Richard, but your plan supports that
airplane mode is another feature that you'll see in most mobile phone devices. Airplane mode allows you to turn off the cellular network on your phone.
Also, you can re enable individual features, but not the sailor, say friends. If if you're on a plane and had WiFi, you could use the WiFi without turning on the cellular service portion of your phone.
Wireless networks You could enable in Disable, Sailor Wireless and Bluetooth. You can turn on each feature inability of the others. You could re enable individual features, but not the sailor again. If you're on the airplane, you could do this by turning off your cider and leaving the WiFi on.
Also, if you want to conserve battery by turning on the cellular signal off, so your phone is not
constantly searching for a cellular signal. Now, on Apple Devices the IOS operating system, you'll go to settings. Quick access from the control center and an android. You go to settings and wireless and network settings.
Bluetooth, Bluetooth is a short range personal area. Network is pan, which we've covered in earlier lessons. Your range There's about 10 meters. You can connect multiple devices once pair that device will automatically connect to your mobile device
and in the pairing process and Android and IOS. You'll go to settings and Bluetooth and go to the blue two settings and turn the discover mode on. Set your device to be discovered, and it may require a key sequence on both devices. This could be a form of a PIN code from each device.
So once he turned it on and you're searching for the device, that device would really pop up in a menu
to show you that it's available. You click on the device, confirmed the pan. Then after that, you should be connected. You wanna test connectivity? And then, at that point, both devices should be communicating with one another.
Phone, radio collectivity. Your phone actually is a bass band radio processor. It's a network interface for that radio, and you're in your phone. It's basically firmware, and it's proprietary. It's a real time operating system, which means there's over the air updates that come from your provider.
So your mobile device actually is a radio connecting to that
I'm cellular network and again it passes information back and forth location information over there, where updates. And that's how Julian you connect to that. That radio on that tower, the Sailor service phone updates. There's generally two different type of phone updates that your phone can
be updated through that wireless connection.
One is PRL updates, and that's the preferred roaming list that works on a CD M a network. Sprint and Verizon allows your phone to connect to any tower. So if you're traveling abroad and you ever wondered here in an estate other than where your phone is originally from or where you're originally from it, you can connect to those towers. This is the way
that it connects through this preferred roaming list.
Your phone is updating in a new area behind the scenes. You're not knowing it, and it's putting a list of towers in that area, so we're phone could connect to those towers in the area that you're in and again. All this could be updated ot air over the air
PR I updates are provider release instructions, radio settings, I D numbers, network codes and country coats. All again, all this information is passed behind the scenes and nothing that you have to do to interact, to turn it on or to make that happen. It does it behind the scenes. And this is all again Oh ta or over the air.
I am E I and I am s I I am e I stands for international mobile equipment Identity identifies a physical mobile device. Each phone has a unique I d number and can be used to allow or disallow access to that network.
Whereas the I am S I is the international mobile subscriber identity identifies a user on the mobile network can be provisions in the SIM card and swapped the SIM car between phones to move that service between phones
and VPN. This is another common feature that is on mobile cell phone device is your your phone can be a VP and in point source, secure connection to a network or secure connection out to the Internet is built right into the phone operating system. No additional software is needed
now, depending on the network of the configuration, maybe needed. But you don't have to install any other software is built right into the operating system.
Okay, so those are some features that we have discussed in this lesson different features that's comment on mobile devices. So that is it for this lesson, and we will see you in the next lesson.
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