12.4.2.4 Lab – Troubleshoot Mobile Devices Answers

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12.4.2.4 Lab – Troubleshoot Mobile Devices Answers

Lab – Troubleshoot Mobile Devices (Answers Version)

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Introduction

In this lab, you will analyze scenarios involving common problems for mobile devices and identify the solutions. You have been provided with a list of solutions for common problems. Each solution may be used more than once.

After the solutions have been identified, you will research and list the steps for implementing them.

Recommended Equipment

  • Android tablet or smartphone running Android version 7.0 or higher
  • iOS tablet or smartphone running iOS version 10.0 or higher

Answers Note: This lab must be completed by students even if the recommended equipment is not available. This lab is designed to provide students with familiarity of Android and iOS features.

Answers Note: Due to the variety of Android and iOS devices and operating systems, some of the paths and locations of items may be different than those in this lab. Consult the manual of the Android and iOS device used to determine the correct instructions for your device.

Troubleshooting Mobile Devices

Solutions for Common Problems

Perform a hard shutdown

Pull the battery

Complete a Factory Restore/Reset

Force the app to close

Replace the SIM Card

Reconfigure network settings

Insert or replace the Memory Card

Delete unnecessary files or uninstall apps

Clean the phone

Select one solution from the box above for each common problem listed below. Each solution may be used more than once.

  1. You have been using a social networking app on your phone without any problems. Suddenly the application freezes up while trying to upload a photo.

Which solution should be used to solve this problem? Explain your answer.

Force the app to close

Research and list the steps for implementing the solution.

Answers will vary.

  1. The passcode, or passcode pattern, has been forgotten.

Which solution should be used to solve this problem? Explain your answer.

Complete a factory restore/reset

Research and list the steps for implementing the solution.

Answers will vary.

  1. A phone has been powered on, but it proceeds to loop through the startup process repeatedly.

Which solution should be used to solve this problem? Explain your answer.

Perform a hard shutdown or pull the battery or complete a factory restore / reset

Research and list the steps for implementing the solution.

Answers will vary.

  1. You have had your Android smartphone for five months and have not experienced any problems. Suddenly, a “No SIM Card” message begins appearing regularly. You check your SIM card and there are no problems with the contacts on the SIM card and the SIM card is locked into place.

Which solution should be used to solve this problem? Explain your answer.

Replace the SIM card or perform a hard shutdown or complete a factory restore / reset or pull the battery

Research and list the steps for implementing the solution.

Answers will vary.

  1. Friends and family have recently begun complaining about how hard it is to hear you during calls. You have already tried a hard reset for your phone, but that has not solved the problem.

Which solution should be used to solve the problem?

Clean the phone

Research and list the steps for implementing the solution.

Answers will vary.

  1. The phone is entirely unresponsive.

Which solution should be used to solve the problem?

Force the app to close or perform a hard shutdown or pull the battery or complete a factory restore/reset

Research and list the steps for implementing the solution.

Answers will vary.

  1. The mobile device cannot send or receive email.

Which solution should be used to solve the problem?

Reconfigure network settings

Research and list the steps for implementing the solution.

Answers will vary.

  1. The phone cannot install additional apps or save photos.

Which solution should be used to solve the problem?

Delete unnecessary files or uninstall apps or insert or replace the memory card

Research and list the steps for implementing the solution.

Answers will vary.

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