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The Android Dictionary

A

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B

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C

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D

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E

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F

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G

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H

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I

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J

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K

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L

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M

  • Manufacturer: A company that physically builds cell phones.
  • Marshmallow: Android 6.0 - 6.0.1. Released with the Nexus 5 and Nexus 6P, Marshmallow brought major security features and improved battery life with doze. (More on Android versions here.)
  • MetroPCS: Regional and Prepaid carrier in the U.S. generally put in the "second tier" carrier category. Now part of T-Mobile USA.
  • Mobile World Congress (MWC): A European wireless industry trade show, held in Barcelona, Spain, the past few years.
  • Motorola: Manufacturer of smartphones and other hand-held wireless devices.
  • MTP: Stands for Media Transfer Protocol. Designed by Microsoft, and used by devices that have a single, unpartitioned storage structure to transfer files to and from a computer.

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O

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P

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Q

  • Q:uit asking us when your phone will be updated.
  • QR code: A black-and-white barcode that, when scanned by your phone, can open a web link, point to an application, etc.

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R

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U

  • USB: Stands for Universal Serial Bus. Is a method of connecting devices to a computer. Most smartphones now use microUSB cables to charge and sync.
  • UMS: Stands for USB Mass Storage. Older devices with SD cards or partitioned internal storage mount that storage as UMS when connecting to a computer. Files can then be moved to and from the device.

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V

  • Vanilla: A term used to describe stock Android.
  • Verizon: One of the four major U.S. carriers. Launched the "Droid" line of phones.
  • Viewsonic: A longtime electronics maker that also includes some Android devices.

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W

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X Y Z

  • Xiaomi: A China-based manufacturer of phones, tablets, cameras and all sorts of cool gadgets.
  • YouTube: Google's web-based streaming video service. Accessible from an Android phone.
  • ZTE: A China-based company that focuses on mid-range Android devices.

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