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Title: Mobile Application Testing


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Mobile Application Testing
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  • What is Mobile Application Testing?
  • It is somewhat similar to software testing but
    the testing will be performed on a mobile device
    instead of performing on a system.
  • Difference between mobile testing and mobile
    application testing
  • Mobile Testing or Mobile Device Testing
  • -Mobile Testing is testing of Mobile Handsets or
    devices.
  • -Testing all the core like SMS ,Voice calls,
    connectivity(Bluetooth) , Battery(Charging),Signal
    receiving, Network are working correctly.
  • -Testing is conducted on both hardware and
    software.
  • Mobile Application Testing
  • -Mobile Application Testing is the testing of
    mobile applications which we are making as third
    party for the targeted mobile handset.
  • -Some core feature of the mobile are tested just
    to see that your application has not created any
    side effects on your device functionality.

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Mobile Platforms
  • Android
  • IOS(Iphone)
  • Symbian(Nokia)
  • J2ME
  • RIM(Blackberry)
  • BREW
  • Windows Mobile or WinCe
  • Bada(Samsung)
  • Meego

4
Firmware
  • Firmware is a combination of software and
    hardware. Fixed software programs that internally
    control various electronic devices or individual
    hardware parts of these devices.
  •  Computer chips that have data or programs
    recorded on them are firmware. Firmwares are
    usually stored on ROM or OTP/EPROM, while more
    complex firmwares occupy flash memory to allow
    for updates.
  • Firmware Update
  • In order to improve the phones performance and
    to provide more sophisticated features, firmwares
    are updated. Common reasons for updating a
    firmware include fixing bugs or adding features
    to the device.

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Android
  • Android is an operating system for mobile devices
    developed by Android. Later, the organization has
    been taken over by google.
  • The operating system is used in smart phones.
  •   A smartphone is a device that lets you make
    telephone calls, but also adds in features that,
    in the past, you would have found only on a
    personal digital assistant or a computer--such as
    the ability to send and receive e-mail and edit
    Office documents, for example.

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Android Home Screen
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Android Device and Menu Screen
Samsung Galaxy Nexus
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Android Versions
  • Android 1.5 (Cupcake)
  • Android 1.6 (Donut)
  • Android 2.1 (Eclair)
  • Android 2.2 (Froyo)
  • Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
  • Android 3.X (Honeycomb)
  • Android 4.0X (Ice Cream Sandwich)

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IOS
  • IOS(Iphone Operating System) is an operating
    system used in iphones, ipads and ipods.
  • List of Iphone devices
  • Iphone 2G
  • Iphone 3G
  • Iphone 3GS
  • Iphone 4
  • Iphone 4S

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ipad
  •  iPad is primarily as a platform for audio-visual
    media including books, periodicals, movies,
    music, games, apps and web content. Its size and
    weight fall between those of contemporary smartpho
    nes and laptop computers. The iPad runs on iOS,
    the same operating system used on Apple's iPOD
    Touch and iPhone.
  • List of ipads
  • Ipad
  • Ipad2
  • ipad3

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iOS
  • List of iphone operating systems
  • ios1
  • ios2
  • ios3
  • ios4
  • ios5

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Mobile Platforms File Extensions
Android .apk file
Iphone .ipa file
Symbian .sis file
J2ME .jad and .jar files
RIM .alx and .cod files
Windows Mobile .cab file
Bada .jad and .jar files
BREW .mif file
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Types of mobile devices
  • Candy bar phones
  • Touch Screen phones
  • Slider phones
  • Clamshell devices(flip phones)
  • Phones with QWERTY keyboard
  • Phones with AZERTY keyboard

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Qwerty device
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Dual keypad device
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Azerty device
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How to test a mobile application?
  • -Installation Verify that application can be
    Installed Successfully.
  • Types of installation
  • 1)OTA(Over The Air)- Need GPRS sim card and
    internet connection.
  • 2)Wifi
  • 3)Datacable
  • 4)Bluetooth
  • -Uninstallation Verify that application can be
    uninstalled successfully.
  • -Network Testing Verify the behavior of
    application when there is Network problem and
    user is performing operations for data call.
  • User should get proper error message like
    Network error. Please try after some time
  • Verify that user is able to establish data call
    when Network is back in action.
  • User should be able to establish data call when
    Network is back in action.

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  • Voice Call Handling
  • Call Accept
  • Call Rejection
  • SMS Handling
  • Unmapped Keys
  • Verify that unmapped keys are not working on any
    screen of application.
  • External Volume control keys

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  • Application Logo
  • Verify that application logo with Application
    Name is present in application manager and user
    can select it.
  • Splash
  • Verify that when user selects application logo in
    application manager splash is displayed.
  • Note that Splash do not remain for more than 3
    seconds.
  • Low Memory
  • Verify that application displays proper error
    message when device memory is low and exits
    gracefully from the situation.
  • Clear Key
  • Verify that clear key should navigate the user to
    previous screen.

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  • End Key
  • Verify that End Key should navigate the user to
    native OEM screen.
  • Visual Feedback
  • Verify that there is visual feedback when
    response to any action takes more than 3 seconds.
  • Continual Keypad Entry Verify that continual key
    pad entry do not cause any problem.
  • Features to be checked while testing a touch
    screen device
  • Touch functionality
  • Touch Response
  • Touch Area
  • Exit Application
  • Verify that user is able to exit from application
    with every form of exit modes like Flip, Slider,
    End Key or Exit option in application and from
    any point.
  • Charger Effect

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  • Low Battery
  • Verify that when application is running and
    battery is low then proper message is displayed
    to the user.
  • Removal of Battery
  • Battery Consumption
  • Verify that application does not consume battery
    excessively.
  • Application Start/ Restart
  • Find the application icon and select it 2.
  • Press a button on the device to launch the app.
    3.Observe the application launch In the timeline
    defined.
  • Application must not take more than 25s to start.
  • Application Side Effects
  • Make sure that your application is not causing
    other applications of device to hamper.

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  • External incoming communication infrared
  • Application should gracefully handle the
    condition when incoming communication is made via
    Infra Red.
  • When the incoming communication enters the device
    the application must at least respect one of the
    following a) Go into pause state, after the user
    exits the communication, the application presents
    the user with a continue option or is continued
    automatically from the point it was suspended at
    b) Give a visual or audible notification The
    application must not crash or hung.
  • Bluetooth interrupt
  • When a file transfer is taking place with
    bluetooth, the application must be paused and
    should be resumed from the same point after the
    transfer is done.

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Portrait mode
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Landscape mode
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Landscape and Portrait mode interrupts
  • Scenarios
  • If the device is tilted from portrait mode to
    landscape mode and vice versa, the screen should
    self adjust as per the device resolution(condition
    if the application supports both landscape and
    portrait modes)
  • If the device is tilted from portrait mode to
    landscape mode, the screen should display an
    error message asking the user to switch the
    device back to landscape mode or the screen
    resolution should not change (condition if the
    application supports only portrait mode)
  • If the device is tilted from landscape mode to
    portrait mode, the screen should display an error
    message asking the user to switch the device back
    to portrait mode or the screen resolution should
    not change (condition if the application
    supports only landscape mode)

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Remote Device Access tools
  • Device Anywhere
  • Perfecto Mobile
  • Nokia RDA
  • Automation tools for mobile applications
  • TestComplete
  •  M-Eux
  • TestQuest Countdown
  • Test Quest Pro
  • Robotium
  • VNC
  • Sikuli
  • FoneMonkey (iPhone)
  • Eggplant (iPhone)
  • TestiPhone( For iPhone Mobile Web)

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Device Anywhere tool
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  • Simulators and Emulators
  • Simulators and Emulators always play big role
    when there are no mobile devices available for
    testing.
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