Mobile OS Interview Questions
Questions Answers Views Company eMail

What is android? What are the features of Android?

1 511

What are the features of Android?

1 422

Why to use Android?

1 424

Describe Android Application Architecture?

1 439

Describe a real time scenario where android can be used


What are the advantages of Android?

1 412

What is the TTL (Time to Live)? Why is it required?

1 447

What are the differences between a domain and a workgroup?

1 386

Explain IP datagram, Fragmentation and MTU

1 461

 Who is the founder of Android?

1 422

 Does android support other language than java?

1 356

 What are the core building blocks of android?

2 869

What is activity?

1 414

What are the life cycle methods of android activity?

1 381

What is intent?

1 436

Un-Answered Questions { Mobile OS }

What is a ContentProvider and what is it typically used for?


Explain @synchronized ,@dynamic


In mapKit frame work, how to get current user location


Difference between iOS 3 , iOS4, iOS 5, iOS 6, iOS 7 and iOS 8 (What are the new features)


what is your preferred programming language? Why? How long will it take you to learn a new programming language?


Describe android Activities in brief.


How to send SMS in android? Explain with example.


What’s Canonical’s role in OpenStack? 


Do you know will Microsoft ship a panorama control with the run-time?


Explain what is the stack of autorelease pools. How autorelease pool work under the hood?


The last callback in the lifecycle of an activity is onDestroy(). The system calls this method on your activity as the final signal that your activity instance is being completely removed from the system memory. Usually, the system will call onPause() and onStop() before calling onDestroy(). Describe a scenario, though, where onPause() and onStop() would not be invoked.


Why is Ubuntu the most popular operating system for cloud? 


Explain application states


Can Ubuntu be integrated with Microsoft infrastructure?


Explain Apple push notification