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Mike Meyers' CompTIA A+ Guide to Managing and Troubleshooting PCs Lab Manual, Fifth Edition (Exams 220-901 & 220-902), 5th Edition by Faithe Wempen, Mike Meyers

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Chapter 25

Understanding Mobile Devices

Lab Exercises

25.01    Comparing Mobile Device Platforms

25.02    Installing Mobile Applications

25.03    Setting Up E-mail on a Mobile Device

25.04    Using Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on a Mobile Device

Lab Analysis Test

Key Term Quiz

 

The Internet-connected experience has jumped off of our desks and into our hands. Smartphones and tablets, grouped into a category called “mobile devices,” enable you to consume, communicate, and create all sorts of digital goodies on the go. You don’t even need to sync them with your desktop if you don’t want to; they can function independently of any other device. In fact, many of today’s smartphones and tablets are more powerful than the PC you had five years ago. These devices ...

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