Please select two of the letters. Please provide screenshots with a brief elaboration. This Assignment is based on iOS Device & Android. Configuring, Syncing, and securing iOS Devices A. Configuring Network Connections Define airplane mode as a setting that, once enabled, disables all wireless functionality within a device.Discuss the most commonly used types of cellular networks for data transmissions, such as the EDGE, 3G, 4G, and 4G LTE networks.Show how to enable and disable the cellular network functionality on an iOS device.Demonstrate how the Wi-Fi settings on an iOS device are used, and show how to disable this portion of the phone if necessary.Provide information on how to set up a Bluetooth device, and give details on how the pairing process works, and how to find a Bluetooth PIN code for pairing. B. Configuring Email Discuss how to use email services on a mobile smartphone or tablet device, either via the web or by a mail application installed on the device.List what information will be needed to set up an email account within the mail client:Email address and passwordIncoming / outgoing server informationProtocol usedSecurity usedGo over the steps required to add an email account on an iOS device, and explain that some steps may differ depending on the type of email account used.Discuss how the Gmail service from Google can be utilized on an iOS device, and note differences in using such an account.Define Microsoft Exchange as a server application that handles email, contacts, and calendars, and show how an Exchange account is added to an iOS device. C. Syncing, Updating, Backing-Up, and Restoring from Backup Explain how to use the iTunes application with an iOS device for synchronizing applications and content to and from a PC or Mac OS X computer. Discuss what data can be synchronized with iTunes.Provide information on how to use the backups created by iTunes to restore an iOS device to a previous state.Show what settings can be enabled for iCloud, such as the Find My iPhone or iPad services Outline the steps required to update an iOS device to iOS Version 5, and note that iOS devices with iOS Version 5 can be updated without connecting to iTunes.Discuss how to use the iCloud storage for synchronizing data from an iOS device, and explain that this can provide synchronized information across all iOS devices owned by the user.Emphasize that iCloud can be used for storage of backups for iOS devices also, allowing them to. D. Securing an iOS Mobile Device Describe what information stored on a smartphone could be used for malicious purposes, such as email, call logs, text messages, photos or videos.Demonstrate how to set up a passcode lock on an iOS device so that a passcode is required whenever the device wakes up.Point out how to configure an iOS device to wipe all data after 10 failed passcodes are entered. Note that this can also be done remotely if the option was enabled through iCloud. Configuring, Syncing, and Securing iOS Andriod Please select one of the letters. Please type up a report and provide an in-class presentation. A. Configuring Network Connections Show how to access the Settings app on an Android device, and demonstrate how to configure wireless network settings, such as: Airplane ModeBluetoothWi-Fi access.Point out that the cellular wireless settings can be viewed from within the Settings application, as well as tethering options. B. Configuring Email Demonstrate how to set up a Gmail account to sync with an Android device through the Gmail app on the home screen.Discuss what information can be synced with a Gmail mail account on an Android device:Google Play BooksContactsMailCalendar C. Syncing, Backing-Up, and Restoring from Backup Explain that syncing for Android devices is not as straightforward with the Android OS.Emphasize that syncing options do exist for Android devices for common services, such as Facebook, Twitter, and DropboxDiscuss some third party applications that can provide synchronization functionality similar to that of iTunes, such as the Motorola Phone Portal.Describe how apps can be synchronized with the source of the application, and note that in the case of Google Play / Android Marketplace, records are kept of applications on a particular Google account.Demonstrate how to uninstall an application from an Android device, and how to update or restore an application.Discuss how to use a smart card or USB port to create backups for an Android device, such as with the Toshiba File Manager. C. Securing an Android Mobile Device Demonstrate how to set up a passcode for securing an Android device, and explain that Android devices have the option of using a pattern, PIN, or password for unlocking.Discuss the options for Android remote wipe and device locating services, which may require third party applications.Explain that antivirus software exists for Android OS, but those malware infections are still somewhat uncommon for the device. D. Troubleshooting Android Devices Elaborate on typical steps to take to resolve issues with an Android device, such as:Rebooting the deviceUninstalling an applicationPerforming updatesPutting the device into Recovery modeExplain how an Android device can be rooted, so that a user has complete access and control over the device.