Android OS Lab for CIS 141
AndroidOSLabforCIS141
Name: ___________________________________ Date: _________________ 1. Boot your PC to Ubuntu and logon as “student”. ____ 2. Start a terminal window. ____ 3. Perform the following steps in the Instructions handout: a. Step 1 (Download new tablet OS image) ____ b. Step 2 (Unlock the tablet) ____ c. Step 3 (Enable Developer and Debug mode on the tablet) ____ d. Step 4 (Deploy the new OS image to the tablet) ____ 4. Confirm the tablet now boots the new OS image. ____ 5. Restore the factory OS Image by following the notes in the Restoring Android section of the handout. ____ 6. Confirm the tablet now boots the factory (out‐of‐the‐box) version of the Android OS. ____ 7. Lock the bootloader by following the notes in the Restoring Android section of the handout. ____ Lab - CIS 141
Hardware
Name___________________________
(Max possible pts 100)
1. Find a new desktop or notebook on three online stores of your choice priced $500- $1000.00, and determine the following: (54 points)
1
2
Name of the
store
Price
Hyperlink
3
4
5
Make, model,
and speed of
CPU
RAM
manufacturer
and size
Hard drive
manufacturer
6 and capacity
Optical drive
7
NIC
specification
8 and speed
Special
9 Features
2. Right-click the start menu and select Open Windows Explorer. Right-click on Computer and select Properties and list the
following for your system. (25 points)
a) Operating System: ______________________________________________________________
b) Service Pack number: ____________________________________________________________
c) System Type (Number of bits):______________________________________________________
d) CPU:
e) RAM:
3.
_______________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
Click the Start Button. In the text box, search for and open System Information. (21 points)
a) Does the information presented here conflict with the information provided by the computer's property sheet? _____
b) What is the name of your computer? ____________________________
c) To what workgroup does your computer belong? ___________________________
UbuntuonaStick
This procedure can be used to create a bootable Ubuntu operating system on a USB drive. A minimum of 2 GB free space is needed on the drive and existing files on the drive will not be removed. 1. Download the image file (iso) for the version you want to install from ubuntu.com/download, for example, the Ubuntu Desktop 12.04 LTS (32 bit version) release image file is: ubuntu‐12.04.1‐desktop‐i386.iso This file is about 700MB in size. 2. Plug your USB drive into a USB port. 3. Download or directly run the Universal USB Installer from: http://www.pendrivelinux.com/universal‐usb‐installer‐easy‐as‐1‐2‐3 You need to scroll down the page to find the correct program. The current version is: Universal‐USB‐Installer‐1.9.1.4.exe 4. When you run the installer, you will need to browse to the ISO file downloaded in step 1, select the drive letter for your USB drive, and select a size for the persistence file. You can use about 250 MB for the persistence file. 5. Reboot your computer and interrupt the boot to get a boot menu (F12 on the computers in the lab) or to get to the boot settings of the BIOS to have the computer boot from the USB Device. Eric Mailman – Version 1 
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