Mobile Phones Android Smart Watch , WiFi, Bluetooth, APPS

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Mobile Phones Android Smart Watch An1 512M + 4G GPS, WiFi, Compass, G-senor, FM, Bluetooth, APPS

 

Smart bluetooth watch work with Iphone/ Androind mobile phone with anti-lost function
1.Connect i phone
2.Receive call
3.GPRS, GSM, MTK
4.Bluetooth connect Iphone and Android phone, then can answer calling and read SMS bythe watch directly.

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Q:what happens when a mobile phone powers up?
A cell phone network is made up of the cell phones themselves, base stations, and the mobile switching center (MSC) hardware which does call routing, etc. The base stations (cell towers) are always broadcasting out control signals that contain a System ID (SID) and how it expects cell phones to identify themselves. When you power up a cell phone, it hears this and registers with the nearest base station and your cell phone sends its Mobile ID Number. This Mobile ID Number is more than just your cell phone number, it also contains its own system ID (SID) number, and it also contains the ESN, Electronic Serial Number that identifies that specific phone. If the base station's SID and cell phone's SID match, then the phone is on its home network. If not, then you are roaming and connect to another provider's network, usually for additional charges. Your phone usually can hear multiple cell towers but connects to the one that has the best signal (signal to noise ratio). After your phone is registered, your cell phone number plus ESN are forwarded to the MSC, which sends this to a home location register or HLR. If it turns out you're not on your home provider's network, it goes to a VLR, Visiting Location Register. This way the cellular network always knows where you are, that is, which cell you're in (what cell tower) so calls can be router to/from your cell phone.
Q:What is the meaning of mobile BUG?
Some shortcomings and problems in the mobile phone system.
Q:Is it true that they can detect the location of anyone using his mobile phone?
Yes, that's correct, and it also works when the mobile is off. When it's off, your mobile can still receive messages for your combox.
Q:I lost my mobile phone?
Hello, Call in to your phone company and cancel it immediately. Just go an buy another phone. Its annoying but not the end of the world. Cheers, Michael Kelly
Q:can a bluetooth earpiece be used with a boost mobile phone?
The Boost Mobile Phone i855 does not have bluetooth built into the phone. For this reason you will not be able to use any bluetooth earpiece with your phone. In order to use bluetooth earpieces, any phone must have a built in bluetooth feature. Your boost mobile phone i855 does have a built in speakerphone that is hands free meaning you don't have to hold the phone when talking.
Q:Downloading to my Virgin Mobile LG Aloha phone?
I don't think it can be done. And if it can be, not very easily. Here's why. Virgin Mobile makes great cheap phones. But they come at a different price. They intentionally limit (nice way of saying cripple) the phone in certain ways to prevent phone unlockers from taking these cheap phones and putting them on other phone networks like Metro PCS or Cricket. Virgin Mobile along with Tracfone both sell cheap phones and are famous for suing big time phone unlockers. And often winning the lawsuits too. To prevent unlockers from hacking their phones , one of the most common things they do is limit user access to the phone by limiting usb cable connections, bluetooth and other data port connections between the phones and pcs ( usb cable connections is one of the most common ways to flash/unlock a phone). The Aloha might be an exception but I don't think so because it is a cheaper model. (Virgin doesn't want some company buying up hundreds of Alohas at Best Buy or whatever and reflashing them and reselling them for a big profit at Virgin Mobile's expense.) They spend a lot protecting their lower end stuff. Kind of ironic really .
Q:Technological development of mobile phones?
At first, do some goof research on the development of mobile phones and then see some articles on it to get an in depth idea on how to write yours. Also, you can have some technical writing services online to help you out in this case. Good Luck!
Q:A good, cheap, T mobile phone?
So okorder
Q:Buy a new cell phone battery how to charge the best?
First of all, repeated from the charge will not damage the battery, repeated red discharge on the battery is basically no damage, because lithium is more active and no memory effect, so the battery made of lithium can be repeated red discharge.
Q:how does mobile phone use radio wave propagation?
The mobile phone is a radio transciever just like a walkie talkie. The only difference is that it is duplexed (meaining you don't have to push a button to talk) it is using a reserved fequency and is communicating (for the most part) digitally with data packets instead of a broadcast analog signal. When you place a call, your phone sends a signal to the tower asking for permission to connect to the cellular network. The tower assigns your phone (if you are a subscriber in its database, that is) a frequency and time slot to send it's data packets on. The time slots rotate very fast; many times per second. And as you talk, your phone records what you say, turns it into a digital data packet and when the time slot is right, it fires the packet to the cell tower. The cell tower then sends the data packet down a T1 line or over a microwave link to a switch which then sends the data packet to another cell tower and to the person on the other mobile phone. The other person's mobile phone receives the data packet and plays the data back as an audio sound. Needless to say that all this is happening so fast that we are usually inable to detect it with our ears. But on occasion when you get in a place with bad coverage and your connection sounds choppy, what you are hearing are data packets that have gotten lost somehow. I hope that is not too technical. I tried to keep it in layman's language.
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Location Shenzhen,China
Year Established 2013
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