Below you will find all the questions and answers of the Android Mobile Certification (Updated) course.
(A) Delete the app
(B) Create a group
(C) Transfer data between the apps
(A) Image 1 – Remotely lock devices
(B) Image 2 – Approve apps
(C) Image 3 – Set screen limits
(D) Image 4 – Set bedtime routines
(A) 13 Years
(B) 16 Years
Image 1 – There are three types – private, organization or public
Image 2 – Turn off data roaming in areas that are not covered by your carrier
Image 3 – Connect devices to make calls, listen to music and share data
Image 4 – Used to connect accessories like headphones to a device
(A) In Settings, tap on Airplane mode and let the router rest for 30 minutes
(B) In Settings, forget the network and then try to reconnect
Image 1 – Before connecting to public Wi-Fi, you may be redirected to a captive portal to log in, accept terms or make a payment
Image 2 – Uses cellular technology to allow a device to connect to the internet and transfer data
Image 3 – With Android 11, this stays on in Airplane mode, so headphones can be used on flights
Image 4 – If another device won’t connect, ‘Unpair’ or ‘Forget device’ and try again
(A) Plan when you need mobile data and make a note in Google Keep
(B) Set limits and receive alerts so you don’t go over your allowance
The first thing we need is a Google Account.
Google Drive backs up contacts, calendars and Photos from an iPhone.
We now need to deactivate iMessage and FaceTime on the iPhone.
Let’s get set up with the new Android phone! Switch on and choose a language and join Wi-Fi.
Finally, it’s important to choose a passcode, pattern, or fingerprint to secure the data.
(A) Google Play Protect works 24/7, scanning every app and device to detect and block malware
(B) Google scans for bad apps using reviews and blocks them, 24/7
(C) Android phones get regular security updates from Google to keep them up to date and safe
(D) Don’t worry, bad apps are marked red on Google Play
Hey Google, call Mom – Staying connected
Hey Google, text Matt “be there in 5” – Staying connected
Hey Google, where is the nearest bakery? – Getting answers
Hey Google, how do you say thank you in German? – Getting answers
Hey Google, lock the door – Controlling your home
Hey Google, dim the lights – Controlling your home
Enjoying entertainment – Hey Google, tell me a joke, Hey Google, increase the volume by 20%
Managing tasks – Hey Google, add popcorn to my shopping list, Hey Google, when is my next meeting?
(B) Closed source
(A) Amazon Appstore
(B) Microsoft Store
(C) Apple App Store
(D) Google Play
(A) Family Link on Android devices lets parents set app limits
(B) Family Link on Android devices lets parents choose which apps their child can download
(C) Family Link on Android devices lets parents lock their child’s device remotely
(D) All of the above
These were all the answers to the new updated Android Mobile certification course. You can get all the answers to the old Android Mobile Certification exam here.