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HOW TO ANDROID APPLICATIONS TEST?


ANDROID APPLICATIONS TEST

Test Plan

Android testing has several approaches:

  • Test Android implementations: it’s the object of CTS
  • Test mobile application: it’s the object of this document

To complete these tests, the user can use tools:

  • CTS has automated the test plan
  • This document proposes a test plan manually ran but during the event different solutions to partially automate these tests will be tested

    1. Introduction

    CTS are designed to test Android implementations.

    This test plan is designed to test Android mobile applications. The test cases are intended to be ran manually. But some parts can be automated with specific tools.

    1. Pre-Tests

    This section provides general tests about launching the application.

    2.1. Is the application launched successfully? Yes/No

    2.2. Once launched, does the application gain control?

    Yes/No

    2.3. Does the installation of your application not interfere with the pre-installed applications?

    Yes /No

    2.4. Can you come back to the application main menu screen in less than 3 seconds?

    Yes/No

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