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Mobile Operating Systems
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Mobile Operating Systems
A mobile operating system is a system found in mobile phones, which allows mobile
phones to run programs and applications. It automatically starts up when a device is powered on,
presenting icons and tiles on the screen, giving information, and providing application access
(Bagga, Goyal, & Bansal, 2016). A few examples of a mobile device operating system are
Android OS, Bada, Blackberry, iPhone OS, and so forth. Google Android Operating system is
Linux based hence have a source that is open for mobile phones.
A mobile operating system and a desktop operating system can be differentiated in that
the mobile OS is intended to be used on a device with a small screen. In contrast, a desktop OS is
designed to be used on a device that has a larger screen and uses a mouse. Android is a Linuxbased operating system, and therefore the handset aspects are in a Linux file organization
arrangement. Below that, there are divisions on every appliance (Pryss et al. 2018). A Control
Processing Unit produces high temperatures hence when it undergoes many activities. The
temperature rises steadily and later on reaches a specific limit; from here, it will start slowing
down or even shut down unless a suitable cooling is available because the CPU is a fragile unit.
Android uses permission to connect to the internet. Location is also available to track devices
when lost. For communication, android uses SMS and uses Bluetooth to transfer files and
wireless connection to other devices. The software that connects software components is called
Middleware. Middleware is a layer that is found in between the OS and the applications found on
the sides of a computer network that is distributed. It also supports advanced software
applications. It connects disparate computer systems and allows them to talk.
Bagga, T., Goyal, A., & Bansal, S. (2016). An investigative study of the mobile operating system
and handset preference. Indian Journal of Science and Technology, 35(9), 130-138.
Pryss, R., Schlee, W., Hoppenstedt, B., Reichert, M., Spiliopoulou, M., Langguth, B., … &
Probst, T. (2020). Applying Machine Learning to Daily-Life Data From the
TrackYourTinnitus Mobile Health Crowdsensing Platform to Predict the Mobile
Operating System Used With High Accuracy: Longitudinal Observational Study. Journal
of Medical Internet Research, 22(6), e15547.
Ying, K., Ahlawat, A., Alsharifi, B., Jiang, Y., Thavai, P., & Du, W. (2018, June). Truz-droid:
Integrating trustzone with mobile operating system. In Proceedings of the 16th annual
international conference on mobile systems, applications, and services (pp. 14-27).

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