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IT-Essentials v6.0 Chapter 10 Practice Quiz Answers
1. What are two types of cloud-enabled services for mobile devices? (Choose two.)
screen app locking
2. What two sources of information are used to enable geocaching, geotagging and device tracking on Android and iOS devices? (Choose two.)
cellular or Wi-Fi network*
images of the environment from the integrated camera
the relative position to other mobile devices
the user profile
3. Which feature of an Android or iOS mobile device helps prevent malicious programs from infecting the device?
Mobile device apps are run in a sandbox that isolates them from other resources.*
The phone carrier prevents the mobile device app from accessing some smartphone features and programs.
The remote lock feature prevents malicious programs from infecting the device.
The passcode restricts the mobile device app from access to other programs.
4. What two preventive maintenance tasks should be scheduled to occur automatically? (Choose two.)
executing a backup*
scanning the signature files
checking the disks for bad sectors*
updating the operating system software
resetting devices by applying the factory reset feature
5. Which email protocol used by mobile devices allows pictures and documents to be included in email messages?
6. What are two features of the Android operating system? (Choose two.)
Each implementation of Android requires a royalty to be paid to Google.
Android has been implemented on devices such as cameras, smart TVs, and e-book readers.*
All available Android applications have been tested and approved by Google to run on the open source operating system.
Android is open source and allows anyone to contribute to its development and evolution.*
Android applications can only be downloaded from Google Play.
7. Which two terms describe unlocking Android and iOS mobile devices to allow users full access to the file system and full access to the kernel module? (Choose two.)
8. Which statement describes the Airplane Mode feature found on most mobile devices?
It allows the device to roam from one cellular network to another.
It automatically lowers the volume of the audio output from the device.
It turns off cellular, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth radios on the device.*
It locks the device so that it cannot be used by someone else if it is lost or stolen.
9. What three tasks can be done with the iOS device Home button? (Choose three.)
respond to an alert
return to the home screen*
wake the device*
display the navigation icons
open audio controls*
place apps into folders
10. Refer to the exhibit. Which expression best describes the pattern that is shown?
a 3D pattern that helps visually impaired users
the camera calibration pattern of a mobile device
a standard bar code that indicates the price of an app
a Quick Response code, which may represent a link to a download or web site*
11. How is the representation of apps in the Windows Phone operating system interface different from the representations used in Android and iOS?
Windows Phone uses badges that indicate the system resources used by each app.
Windows Phone uses widgets that, when deleted from the Start screen, also delete the associated app.
Windows Phone uses buttons that must be tapped before an app can be seen.
Windows Phone uses rectangles that can display active content and that can also be resized.*
12. True of False?
Android and OS X are based on the Unix operating system.
13. Which term is used to describe the process of establishing a connection between any two Bluetooth devices?
14. A person with an Android mobile device holds down the power button and the volume down button until the device turns off. The person then turns the device back on. What was this person doing to the device?
a full backup to the iCloud
a standard reset of the device*
an operating system update
a normal power off
a factory reset
15. Match the Linux CLI commands to their function. (Not all options are used.)
rm —-> removes files
man —-> displays the documentation for a specific command
ls —-> displays the files inside a directory
cd —-> changes the current directory
mkdir —-> creates a directory under the current directory