Figuring out the test cases for Android-based Signal Meter

by Umar » Thu, 08 Jul 2010 02:35:58 GMT


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Taking a cue from the recent "flaw" in Apple iPhone's signal meter, I
was wondering what would be the test cases for consideration during
Android-based mobile device testing by a product team?

Are there any Android-based testing frameworks that support the
simulation of this feature?

Thanks for any pointers.

Ramu

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