Join Mike Meyers for an in-depth discussion in this video Wireless mobile connections: Part 1, part of CompTIA A+ Exam Prep (220-902) Part 5: Mobile Devices.
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- If you've ever dealt with any kind of mobile device,…odds are good you've made some type of wireless connection.…It might be to a 802.11 network…or maybe setting up a Bluetooth device.…You've probably done some wireless.…But I've got a question for you:…have you ever set up Near Field Communication…or how about Wifi Direct?…Well, that's what this episode's all about.…The many and myriad ways that we can take our…smart devices and connect them…to different forms of wireless.…Now, what I need to warn you right now is that…this episode is done exclusively with Android.…
But don't worry, if you've got iOS…or if you have Windows Mobile, all of these features…are pretty much there for you as well.…There will be a few exceptions,…but I'll bring them up as they come.…So, let's get started connecting with, I don't know,…how about 802.11?…Connecting to a wireless network, in particular…an 802.11 network, is a critical function…and you'd be hard pressed to find a mobile device…that doesn't do it.…Yeah, I know, there's probably a few…
Join Mike Meyers for this installment, which covers everything an IT pro needs to support, secure, and manage mobile devices, including Android, iOS, and Windows Phone. Learn how to configure cellular plans, connect to wireless networks, set up email, sync devices, and secure Android and iOS phones. These topics map to the "Other Technologies" domain—an estimated 12% of the exam.
Details about the certification and the exam blueprints can be found at https://certification.comptia.org/certifications/a.