Time
10 hours 41 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
12

Video Transcription

00:05
mobile devices continue to evolve and functionality and their ability to communicate with other mobile devices, Service's and peripherals.
00:13
The ways in which information is shared evolves as the devices themselves do.
00:18
To communicate between different devices and service is there are several physical ports and types of wireless signals.
00:24
Some ports air vendor specific, while others are commonly used between burying mobile device types.
00:30
An example where proprietary vendor specific ports air used is with apple products.
00:36
Apple has designed ports which are only compatible with their devices, such as the lightning port, available in most of their newer devices used to connect to external peripherals.
00:47
A new report types may mean their predecessors phased out.
00:50
Owners of older Apple products can attest the difficulty finding replacement accessories for their data devices.
00:57
Many USB ports were a commonly used port for digital cameras, smartphones and tablet devices, but have since been replaced by micro USB ports.
01:06
These ports are used to charge of devices, battery or exchange information between devices.
01:11
The U. S. B on the go and USB seaports are the latest USB technology standards for connectivity and power, especially with newer Windows and apple laptops.
01:21
Almost every mobile device has Bluetooth capabilities.
01:25
Bluetooth allows mobile devices to connect wireless keyboards, mice, speakers, headphones, printers, et cetera.
01:33
Bluetooth must be enabled, and either device must be set to discoverable mode for the pairing to be established. And the communication between the two enabled
01:42
infrared where I are wireless connections are another communication type mobile devices may use.
01:48
I R is used with devices that have a remote controller and a receiver, such as a TV or stereo system.
01:53
A direct line of sight between the controller and receiver is needed for I our communications, and they must be within 100 meters of one another.
02:02
Bluetooth WiFi connections transmit data much faster than I R.
02:07
However, some smartphones do come with an I R Blaster that can function as a universal remote for household items.
02:13
A hot spot, or tethering, is away. Mobile devices can sharing network connection.
02:17
The device providing the connection turns into an access point where other devices, such as a laptop or wearable device, can piggyback the network connection.
02:27
Some smartphones created Internet connection for multiple mobile devices.
02:30
Tethering can also refer to devices connected using a USB or Bluetooth connection, such as an MP three player connected to a laptop to transfer music.
02:40
Thes communication and connection types and mobile devices are leveraged to customize usage scenarios for user's and use accessories to add features to their device. One of the most common is for audio.
02:53
Mobile devices can use internal speakers, headsets or external speakers to emit sound.
02:58
These accessories maybe connected using a 3.5 millimeter connector where wirelessly using Bluetooth
03:05
newer accessories like game pads and headsets from awhile play use Bluetooth rather than a wired connection.
03:10
Mobile docking station Recess Aries were designed to replace traditional radios by allowing audio to be transmitted to the speakers from a mobile device.
03:20
Devices can be connected to a docking station by a 3.5 millimeter cable, a lightning port or wirelessly using Bluetooth.
03:28
The term sound bar may be used to describe this type of use with the docking station.
03:32
Tablets and smartphones could be used to make payments for purchases, Apple pay or android pay use. The near field communication feature, known as NFC
03:42
NFC, is a set of communication protocols that enable two devices, such as a smartphone and a payment system, to communicate when in close proximity about an inch and 1/2 to each other.
03:53
NFC is also used in transferring files between two devices, like photo sharing between two smartphones.
03:59
Tablet and smartphones can also accept credit card payments using physical card readers connected to the port on the device.
04:05
These readers enable card swiping or chip inserting or payments through an app for contactless payments. This technology has become very popular at small, independent retailers and also flea markets or craft shows.
04:19
Mobile devices that are frequently and use running applications listening to music, watching videos. Browsing the Internet, et cetera are likely to experience faster battery drain.
04:30
A battery backup pack can help extend battery charge.
04:33
Mobile devices temporarily charge when plugged into a battery pack, either using a USB or lightning power cable.
04:41
These accessories are not designed to be a primary power source, but do provide an immediate way to charge a device when needed or until a primary charging source is available.
04:50
While heavily relied on for many purposes, it is important to take care and precautions with mobile devices.
04:58
They have a tendency to last longer if they're kept dry and protected.
05:01
Using a case and screen protector can help guard against physical damage to the screen and internal components.
05:08
Although many manufacturers boast of their devices ability in this area, mobile devices are not typically waterproof.
05:15
Exposure to any moisture may cause damage and in many cases, void. The warranty
05:20
capabilities of mobile devices continue to evolve as new device generations are introduced. The port types, accessories and communication options will progress in turn,
05:30
have the device sales person review all the capabilities when purchasing or visit the manufacturer site to view demonstrations of features to ensure awareness of specific port types and other options.

Up Next