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Version 1
Created on 08/09/2009 10:52:07  by Muralidharan Seshadri
Summary
Preconditions
Status:   Review Complete
Priority:   Medium
BASIC INFORMATION
Section:S/W Test Require attachment:No
Team:Network Group:Basic Function
Lessons Learned:No Phase:FVT, SIV (BBFV), SIT
Locations:Inhouse: AWS and Cambridge, Inhouse: AWS, Inhouse: Cambridge, Compal, Flextronics, Quanta, Wistron Owned By:Eiji Ogata/LENOVO
Objective:To verify the China Mobile Connecivity with G3 eWalk connection Manager
CRITERIA
Basic connecitvity should be checked with all Lenovo features
EUT QUANTITY
Two systems
EQUIPMENT
Necessary SIM, networking facilities
Critical Attribute:[0] : WLS - Wireless

CONFIGURATION
REFERENCE PROCEDURE
STATISTIC INFO
Operating System Win10-32bit Win10-64bit Win7- 64bit Win7- 32bit Total
Test Points
Duration
Workload
# Step actions Win10-32bitWin10-64bitWin7- 64bitWin7- 32bit
1 Installation/Uninstallation Test AAAA
2 Connectivity using G3 eWalk Connection Manager AAAA
3 Connectivity Test with Connection Manager AAAA
4 Hotkey / Global switch / BIOS setting Verification Test AAAA
5 Reliability Test AAAA
DETAILS
ATTENTION!! Please follow below information.
1. Please check Error and Warning message in Event Viewer before you start the test case and after you complete the test case, and report it to your team lead, then arrange to open defect, if needed.

2. Perform All Test in Battery Mode (Some of the test items need to perform in AC Mode, follow each Test Case).

3. All Test Activity should be performed with AMT Enabled as Default (applicable on vPro enabled systems).

4. Please check Usability / Cosmetic issues (correct sentence/appropriate display/etc.) and open defect, if needed.

Test to be performed in English & Chinese [supported version] languages.

Hardware : Leadcore LC5730 [use the latest version of the card available]
SIM : UMTS [Open SIM]
Communication Manager : G3 eWalk

Installation/Uninstallation Test
Test Item Check Item / Criteria Limitation / Known restrictions
Installation (Admin Mode)

Note :
1. Before driver installation, update the firmware of the card by following the procedure mention in the firmware release notice.

1. Install WWAN Driver as per the build letter instrutions.
2. Do this for all supported WWAN adapters.
- Check that the installation is successful and no error message during the installation
- Check for the correct driver version and firmware version as mentioned on the build letter
- Check the device manager for the WWAN adapter entries
Device Manager entries

Device Confirmation
1. Check the Device Manager and open the Properties window for each WWAN entry.
2. Do this for all supported WWAN adapters.
- Make sure that no Yellow Marks appear for the WWAN device.
- Make sure that all information shown for the WWAN device is correct.
- Make sure each property tab appears correctly.
Overwrite/Update Installation
1. Perform overwrite installation for the same driver version.
2. Refer to the build letter for any limitations/restrictions for overwrite installation.
3. Perform update installation from previous version to latest version.
4. Refer to the build letter for any limitations/restrictions for update installation.
5. Do this for all supported WWAN adapters.

Install WWAN Driver as per the build letter instrutions
- Check that the installation is successful
- Check for the correct driver version and firmware version
Uninstallation (Admin Mode)
1. Uninstall WWAN Driver as per the build letter instrutions.
2. Do this for all supported WWAN adapters.
- Check that the uninstallation is successful and no error message appears during uninstallation
Installation and Uninstallation (User Mode)
1. Install the driver in User Mode as per the build letter instructions.
2. Uninstall the driver in User Mode as per the build letter instructions.
3. Do this for all supported WWAN adapters.
- User should not be able to install the driver. Necessary message to be shown.
- User should not be able to uninstall the driver. Necessary message to be shown.

Connectivity using G3 eWalk Connection Manager

Test Item Check Item / Criteria Limitation / Known restrictions
  1. Install the G3 eWalk Connection Manager [current download location].
  2. During the installation, select the language as English
  3. After successful installation, Launch G3 eWalk
  4. Click Autoconnect to establish WAN connection
  5. Confirm all the options are shown correclty.
Successful installation
No error message / failure during/after installation
  • Install the G3 eWalk Connection Manager [current download location].
  • During the installation, select the language as Chinese.
  • After successful installation, Launch G3 eWalk
  • Click Autoconnect to establish WAN connection
  • Confirm all the options are shown correclty.
  • When connection is sucessful, check the main GUI for all the information
  • Confirm for correct information
  • Suspend the system
  • Resume after one minute and reconnect
  • Confirm successfull connection and proper GUI/information
  • Successful installation
    No error / failure during PM operation
  • When connection is sucessful, check the main GUI for all the information
  • Confirm for correct information
  • Hibernate the system
  • Resume after one minute and reconnect
  • Confirm successfull connection and proper GUI/information
  • Successful installation
    No error / failure during PM operation

    Known Restrictions / Limitations
    When editing a message, a maximum of 2048 English characters can be entered. If the
    number of characters of the pasted information exceeds the limit, the number of characters
    that are in excess will be deleted automatically.

    The visual prompt of the messages is not set.
    Choose Tools > Options > Text Message. In the Text message handling area, select Show
    a notification when a new text message arrives.


    Connectivity Test with Connection Manager

    Test Item Check Item / Criteria Limitation / Known restrictions
    Basic Connectivity.

    After setting the network and connection profiles, you can access the network through the
    Terminal Management. It will provide Auto Connect and Manu Connect to connect to the
    network.
    Connecting to the Network Automatically
    Connect to the network automatically through one of the following methods:
    Click the world icon with upward arrow mark or Choose Network > Connect > Auto Connect.
    Connecting to the Network Manually
    1. Click the world icon with hand.
    2. In the Selecting Connection Network Mode, Click WLAN Network or TD/EDGE Network.
    3. Click OK, setting the wireless network card or usable terminal device.
    4. To select in the wireless network card or terminal device list, and then click Connect.


    The client server supports China Mobile SIM/USIM cards. If you use a SIM/USIM card not released by China Mobile, dial-up connection cannot succeed.
    When you choose to disconnect the network connection, the client server controls the terminal (data card or mobile phone) to disconnect from the network.
    Successful connectivity in both Auto / Manual connection. Note:
    If you choose to connect to the network automatically, the program identifies the status of the terminal and the network, and then establishes the network connection.
    If the network and the device cannot be correctly identified and dial-up cannot be realized through automatic network connection, you can first select the manual connection mode for setting. The new settings will be saved, and then
    invoked under the automatic connection mode.
    When you choose to register to a network under the manual connection mode, if the operator of that network has not signed up a contract with China Mobile, the registration and dial-up will be prohibited.
    When you access the broadband network, information will be displayed in the status bar.
    Statistics Information
    You can use the Statistics function to check the network traffic.
    Viewing the Statistics Information
    To view the statistics information, do as follows:
    1. Click to display the statistics interface.
    2. In the navigation tree, click the following tabs to display the corresponding diagram.

    Transfer: To view the duration of the current connection, uploaded/downloaded speed and data of the current connection.
    Statistics: To view the last reset time, daily/monthly/yearly uploaded and downloaded
    data.

    Resetting the Statistics Information
    To reset the statistics information, do as follows:
    1. In the navigation tree, right-click a tab.
    2. Choose Reset Statistics.
    3. In the Confirm dialog box, click Yes.
    Confirm all the statistical informations are shown correctly. Note:
    The statistical data of the traffic is only for your reference. The actual traffic
    information is accounted on the basis of the traffic data collected by the operator.
    SMS Services(Optional)

    1. Click to display the Text interface.
    2. Click to display the New interface.
    3. Enter the recipient number by using one of the following options:
    ? Click Send To.... Then select a phone number in the Select Number interface.
    ? Enter the recipient number directly.
    4. Enter the message content.
    5. After the content is edited, you can choose the following options:
    ? Click Send: To send the message.
    ? Click Save: To save the message as a draft.
    ? Click Close: To exit edit of the current message. If you click Yes in the Prompt dialog
    box, the message is saved in the Draft.

    Inbox
    Inbox stores the received messages.
    To display the Inbox interface, do as follows:
    1. Click to display the Text interface.
    2. Choose Local > Inbox to display the Inbox interface.


    Viewing a Message
    To view a message in the inbox, do as follows:
    1. Display the Text interface and select a message to read.
    2. Click the selected message.
    The name and phone number of the message sender, message content, and received
    time are displayed below the message list.
    3. Right-click the selected message for the following options:
    ? Send: send the message to the message receiver.
    ? Reply: In the Reply interface, re-edit the message and send it to the message sender.
    ? Forward: Forward the message to another person.
    ? Save Number: In the New Contact interface, enter other information (including name,
    mobile number, office number, home number, email address and remarks), and save
    the contact.
    ? Delete: Delete the message.
    ? Delete All: Delete all the messages in the inbox.
    Note:

    You can also click the shortcut icons displayed above the message list to perform the
    following operations:
    ? : Reply to the selected message.
    ? : Forward the selected message.
    ? : Delete the selected message.


    Viewing a Message on the SIM/USIM Card
    The messages saved on the SIM/USIM card can be operated in the same manner as the
    messages in the local message box. For details, refer to ?Inbox?.


    You can move a message from the SIM/USIM card to the local inbox or local outbox.
    1. Click to display the Text interface.
    2. Click the SIM/USIM tab.
    3. Select one or more messages in the message list.
    4. Right-click the selected message(s) for the following options:
    ? Move to Local: Move the selected messages from the SIM/USIM card to Local.
    ? Move All to Local: Move all the messages from the SIM/USIM card to Local.
    ? Copy to Local: Copy the selected messages from the SIM/USIM card to Local.
    ? Copy All to Local: Copy all the messages from the SIM/USIM card to Local.
    5. In the Prompt dialog box, click OK.
    Note:
    ? When the messages on the SIM/USIM card are moved to Local, the messages
    are deleted from the SIM/USIM card.
    ? The received messages on the SIM/USIM card are moved to the local inbox,
    and the sent messages on the SIM/USIM card are moved to the local outbox.
    Text Message Settings
    Choose Tools > Options, and click the Text Message folder.
    Text Alerts Settings
    You can select the visual prompt and audio prompt.
    Option Description
    Show a notification when a new textmessage arrives
    When a new text message is received, a dialog box is displayed.
    You can:
    ? Click View to view the new message.
    ? Click Cancel to view the message later.
    Play a sound when a new text message arrives
    You can perform the following operations:
    ? Click Browse to select a text message tone file.
    ? Click Test to play the text message tone; click Stop to
    stop playing the text message tone.
    When a new message is received, the selected text message tone is played.
    Note:
    The text message tone can be a *.wav or *.mid file.

    Selecting the Message Save Mode
    You can select the message save mode as follows.
    1. Choose Tools > Options > Text Message.
    2. Select the message save mode in the New Message Save Mode area.
    Setting the Message Center Number and Message Validity Period
    The information of message center number is provided with the SIM/USIM card. When the
    SIM/USIM card is inserted, the information is changed automatically. If no information
    exists or the information is deleted by mistake, contact your card provider.
    The message validity period is the period for storing messages in the message center,
    including options such as 12 Hours, 24 Hours, 30 Days and Maximum.
    Requesting a Delivery Report
    You can select Request delivery report to enable the delivery report function.
    When the function is enabled, the network can deliver a status report of the sent message.
    1. You can group send a message to up to 20 phone numbers. Each number should be separated by ";".
    2. You can enter up to 2,048 characters in a message each time.


























































    Note:
    ? For details, refer to ?Inbox?.
    ? The Deleted box does not store the messages deleted from the SIM/USIM card.
    ? If you delete the messages in the Deleted box, the messages will be deleted
    permanently. Be cautious while performing the operation.
    Phonebook Management in Local
    To enter the local phonebook, do as follows:
    1. Click to display the Phonebook interface.
    2. Click Local in the navigation tree.
    Creating a Contact
    1. Click to display the New Contact interface.
    2. Enter the information.
    3. Click OK to save the contact.
    Note:
    The contact information cannot be null or only contain spaces or new-line
    characters.
    Searching a Contact
    Click . Then enter the contact information.
    Note:
    .. You can enter any part of the contact information to search. Each field of the
    contact information is supported.
    .. When you search the contact, the contact list is updated automatically according
    to the information entered. The matched contacts in the searched group are
    displayed. When no matching contact is found in the group, no result is
    displayed.
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    Viewing a Contact
    To view a contact, do as follows:
    1. Enter the local phonebook, select a contact to view.
    2. Click the selected contact.
    The contact name, mobile number, office number, home number, email address, and
    remarks are displayed below the contact list.
    3. Right-click the selected contact for the following options:
    .. Edit Contact: Change the information of the contact.
    .. Delete Contact: Delete the contact.
    .. Send: Send a text message or multimedia message to the mobile number of the
    contact.
    You can also click the shortcut icons displayed above the contact list to perform the
    following operations:
    .. : Edit the selected contact.
    .. : Delete the selected contact.
    .. : Send a message or multimedia message to the mobile number of the contact.

    Group Management
    Creating a Group
    You can create a group to manage local contacts by category.
    1. Right-click Local in the navigation tree, and choose New Group.
    2. Enter the group name.
    Note:
    .. The group name cannot be null or identical to an existing group.
    .. You can manage only local contacts by group.
    Modifying a Group Name
    1. Select a group to modify the name.
    2. Right-click the selected group in the navigation tree, and choose Rename Group.
    3. Enter the new group name.
    Note:
    You cannot rename the two default groups, Local and SIM/USIM Card.
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    Adding a Contact
    To add a contact from Local to another group, do as follows:
    1. Select one or more contacts in Local.
    2. Drag the selected contacts to another group.
    Note:
    When you drag the selected contact(s), press Ctrl to copy the contact(s) to another
    group; otherwise, the contact(s) are moved to another group.
    To add a contact to a group, do as follows:
    1. Select a group in the navigation tree.
    2. Click ; or right-click in the contact list and choose New Contact.
    3. Enter the information.
    Removing a Contact
    1. Display the contact list of a group.
    2. Select a contact to remove.
    3. Right-click the selected contact and choose Remove from group.
    Note:
    The contact is removed from the group but not deleted.
    Deleting a Group
    1. Right-click a group in the navigation tree and choose Delete Group.
    2. Click OK.
    Note:
    When you delete a group, contacts in the group cannot be deleted. The contacts
    remain in the phonebook of Local.
    Sending Group Messages
    1. Right-click a group in the navigation tree and choose Send Text Message to display
    the New interface.
    All the contacts in the selected group are the message receivers.
    2. In the New interface, enter the message content.
    3. After the content is edited, you can choose the following options:
    .. Click Send: To send the message.
    .. Click Save: To save the message as a draft.
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    .. Click Close: To exit edit of the current message. If you click Yes in the Prompt dialog
    box, the message is saved in the Draft.
    Phonebook Management on the SIM/USIM Card
    You can save the contacts on the SIM/USIM card.
    The contacts saved on the terminal can be operated in the same manner as the contacts on
    the SIM/USIM card. For details, refer to ?Phonebook Management in Local?.
    Note:
    The SIM/USIM card is supplied by the service provider. For details, contact your
    service provider.
    Import/Export
    You can export the contacts from Local or the SIM/USIM card to a *.csv file, and import
    the contacts from a *.csv file to phonebook in Local or the SIM/USIM card.
    Note:
    In the local phonebook, select one or more contacts. Drag the contact(s) to the
    SIM/USIM card in the navigation tree. Then the contact(s) are exported to the
    phonebook of the SIM/USIM card.
    Importing Contacts
    You can import the contacts from a *.csv file to the local phonebook or the SIM/USIM
    card.
    1. Click to display the Phonebook interface.
    2. Click Local or SIM/USIM in the navigation tree.
    3. Right-click the contact list and choose Import.
    4. Choose a file to import the contacts. Click Open to display the Field Mapping
    interface.
    5. Drag the value in the file to the corresponding field on the right.
    6. Click OK.
    Note:
    .. The maximum number of contacts that can be saved on the SIM/USIM card is
    subject to the capacity of the SIM/USIM card.
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    .. When you import contacts to the SIM/USIM card, if its capacity is full, the
    import stops automatically. The content of the imported contacts is not affected.
    Exporting Contacts
    You can export contacts from the local phonebook and the SIM/USIM card. The exported
    contacts can only be saved in a *.csv file.
    1. Click to display the Phonebook interface.
    2. Click Local or SIM/USIM in the navigation tree.
    3. Select one of the following operations:
    .. Right-click the contact list and select Export All Contacts.
    .. Select one or more contacts and right-click to select Export Selected Contacts.
    4. Select the path to save the contact(s).
    5. Enter the file name and click Save.
    Note:
    You can press and hold Shift or Ctrl, and click the selected contacts; or you can
    press Ctrl + A to select all the contacts in the list.
    Importing Contacts from Outlook
    This topic describes how to import the contacts from Outlook to the storage memory
    managed by the Terminal Management.
    1. Click .
    2. Choose Local.
    3. Right-click on the contact list.
    .. Choose Import phonebook from Outlook Express.
    .. Choose Import phonebook from Office Outlook.
    4. In the Field Mapping window, drag the values in the Outlook to the Local field. Thus,
    the mapping relation between the values in the Outlook and the local fields is
    established.
    5. Click OK.
    Switching a Language
    The Terminal Management provides several interface languages.
    During the running of the software, you can choose Tools > Language to switch the languages.
    Change between the languages English -> Chinese and Chinese to English
    Confirm all the menu / help file contents are shown correctly
    PIN Operations

    Enabling/Disabling the PIN Verification
    You can enable the PIN verification. If it is enabled, you need to verify the PIN code when
    launching the Terminal Management again.
    .. To enable: Choose Tools > PIN Operations > Enable PIN Verification.
    .. To disable: Choose Tools > PIN Operations > Disable PIN Verification.

    Modifying the PIN Code
    1. Choose Tools > PIN Operations > Modify PIN.
    2. In the Modify PIN dialog box, enter the current PIN code and the new PIN code.
    3. Enter the new PIN code again.
    4. Click OK to complete the modification.
    Note:
    The PIN code should be a numeric string of 4~8 digits.

    Entering the PIN Code
    When the PIN verification is enabled, you need to enter the correct PIN code to use the
    network-related functions.
    1. Choose Tools > PIN Operations > Enter PIN.
    2. Enter the correct PIN code.
    3. Click OK to complete the verification.
    Unlocking the PIN
    1. When the SIM/USIM card is locked, the Unlock PIN dialog box is displayed after you
    start the Terminal Management.
    2. Enter the correct PUK code.
    3. Enter the new PIN code.
    4. Click OK to complete the modification.
    Note:
    The PIN code and PIN Unblocking Key (PUK) code are provided along with the
    SIM/USIM card. For details, contact your service provider.
    MMS(Optional) -
    CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL SERVICE PROVIDER / SIM CARD PROVIDER FOR THE SUPPORT

    Creating and Sending a Multimedia Message
    1. Click to display the MMS interface.
    2. Click to display the MMS interface.
    3. Edit the multimedia message.
    .. Enter the subject of the multimedia message in the Subject text box.
    .. Click Add in the Picture area to add a picture.
    .. Click Edit in the Text area to edit the text.
    .. Click Add in the Audio area to add an audio clip.
    .. Enter time in the Time combo box to set the display time of the current frame when you view the multimedia messages.
    .. Click to create a frame and add the picture, text, and audio clip.
    4. Send the multimedia message.
    .. Click Send.
    .. Enter the recipient number in the Send To text box.
    .. Click Send to send the multimedia message.


    Inbox
    Inbox stores the received multimedia messages. You can manage these messages in Inbox.
    To display the Inbox interface, do as follows:
    1. Click to display the MMS interface.
    2. Choose Local > Inbox to display the Inbox interface.

    Searching a Multimedia Message
    Click and enter the keyword in the text box.

    Viewing and Managing a Multimedia Message
    After a multimedia message is viewed, you can perform various operations on it, do as
    follows:
    1. Display the Inbox interface and find the multimedia message to be viewed.
    2. Click the multimedia message to display information about the message in the window
    on the lower right corner of the screen.
    3. Click to play the multimedia message.
    4. Right-click the multimedia message and choose an option to reply, download, or forward the multimedia message.
    1. You can group send a multimedia message to up to 20 phone numbers. Each number should be separated by ";".
    2. You can import a .txt file as the text content of a multimedia message.
    Note:
    The multimedia messages deleted from Inbox are stored in Deleted.
    You can forward only one multimedia message at a time.
    Outbox, Draft, Important and Deleted
    Outbox stores the sent multimedia messages, including messages sent successfully & unsuccessfully.
    Draft stores the multimedia message drafts.
    Important stores the important multimedia messages.
    Deleted stores multimedia messages deleted from the local mailbox.
    Startup Settings
    You can set the Terminal Management to launch automatically along with Windows and
    minimize the interface after the startup.
    1. Choose Tools > Options.
    2. Click General in the navigation tree.
    3. You can choose the following options:
    .. Select Launch on Windows startup: The Terminal Management launches
    automatically along with Windows.
    .. Select Minimize window on startup: The interface of the Terminal Management is
    automatically minimized after the Terminal Management is launched.
    4. Click OK to save the settings.
    Online Update
    To update the terminal version, do as follows:
    1. Choose Help > Online Update.
    2. Click Proxy Settings.
    3. Select Use the selected proxy settings. Enter the IP address and port number.
    4. Clear ANONYMOUS check box. Enter the user name and password.
    5. Click YES to save the settings.
    6. Click Next to start upgrading.
    7. Click Quit to complete the upgrading process.

    Hotkey / Global switch / BIOS setting Verification Test

    Test Item Check Item / Criteria Limitation / Known restrictions
    WWAN Device enable/disable function in BIOS
    1. Enter to BIOS setup by pressing F1 button
    2. Security -> I/O Port Access -> Wireless WAN
    3. This will have two options [Enabled, Disabled].
    4. Select Enabled option
    5. Confirm the functionality of the WWAN device
    1. Enter to BIOS setup by pressing F1 button
    2. Security -> I/O Port Access -> Wireless WAN
    3. This will have two options [Enabled, Disabled].
    4. Select Disabled option
    5. Confirm that WWAN device cannot be used
    Enabled:
    - WWAN device should be available on Device Manager, OS
    - WWAN device can be configured and connected to Network
    - WWAN LED should be ON when WWAN radio is in use

    Disabled:
    - WWAN device should not be shown on Device Manager, OS
    - WWAN LED should always be OFF
    Global Switch On/OFF Test
  • Turn ON global switch
  • Confirm that the WLAN/WWAN/Bluetooth all works well. Corresponding LEDs should be ON
  • Launch ACWLicon, confirm WAN tab is available.
  • Turn OFF global switch
  • Confirm that the WL/WWAN/Bluetooth are all turned OFF and the corresponding LEDs in OFF state
    - Repeat steps 1-4 for 5 times
  • - Confirm that the GUI matches with the actual data
    - WWAN radio must be turned ON / OFF
    - No bluescreen or error message
    - Confirm all WWAN entries on Device Manager are not present if Global Switch is OFF
    - Confirm all WWAN entries on Device Manager are present if Global Switch is ON
    During Global Switch OFF, WWAN device should not be present on the system. All WWAN entries on Device Manager should not be present.

    WWAN Radio ON/OFF
    Install Hotkey, PM driver
    1. Press Fn+F5 to launch hotkey
    2. Confirm that all the devices that is configured and supports radio appears in hotkey OSD(like Bluetooth, Wireless LAN, Wireless WAN)
    3. Power off WWAN radio
    4. Confirm that the WWAN utility shows radio off and the LED on the panel shows OFF
    5. Power ON WWAN radio
    6. Confirm that the WWAN radio is turned ON and the LED on the panel shows ON
    7. Enable WLAN and Bluetooth
    8. Confirm that all WWAN, bluetooth and Wireless LAN are powered ON
    9. Leave the system for 30 minutes in idle condition.
    10. Verify that the system functions well without any malfunction/performance degradation.

    - Suspend the system and resume after one minute.
    - Repeat steps 1 to 10 for 5 times

    - Hibernate the system and resume after one minute
    - Repeat steps 1 to 10 for 5 times
    - Confirm that the GUI matches with the actual data
    - All the information must contain correct value.
    - WWAN radio must be turned ON / OFF
    .
    Power Management Operations:-

    • Should Suspend, hibernate and resume succussfully with out any error
    • Make sure no errors
    • Yellow Mark should not appear in Device Manager

    Reliability Test

    Test Item Check Item / Criteria Limitation / Known restrictions
    1. Connect to WWAN
    2. Go to any website like Youtube.. play streaming video.
    3. Verify that the video / audio quality is good enough to watch it clearly
    4. Open any website and download big files [like movie files]
    5. Simulataneously open applications like Lotus Notes to get data from the server
    6. Suspend the system.
    7. Resume after 5 minutes and connect to WWAN
    8. Confirm the connectivity and web access.
    9. Hibernate the system
    10. Resume after 5 minutes and connect to WWAN
    11. Confirm the connectivity and web access.
    - Network quality should be satisfactory

    - Reliable WWAN connection

    - Mutlitple applications running at the same time without any system performance degradation.
    Note :
    Follow local country regulations / restrictions for visiting various website / file downloading.
  • Connect to WWAN
  • Go to any website like Youtube.. play streaming video for long duration
  • Verify that the video / audio quality is good enough to watch it clearly
  • Open any website and play movie online.
  • confirm the connectivity and quality for around 2 hours.
  • - Network quality should be satisfactory

    - Reliable WWAN connection
  • Connect to WWAN
  • Go to any website like Youtube.. play streaming video.
  • Suspend the system.
  • Resume after 5 minutes and connect to WWAN
  • Confirm the connectivity and web access.
  • Repeat step 3 to 5 for 5 times
  • Confirm the connectivity and web access after each PM operation
  • - Network quality should be satisfactory

    - Reliable WWAN connection with PM operation


  • Connect to WWAN
  • Go to any website like Youtube.. play streaming video.
  • Hibernate the system.
  • Resume after 5 minutes and connect to WWAN
  • Confirm the connectivity and web access.
  • Repeat step 3 to 5 for 5 times
  • Confirm the connectivity and web access after each PM operation
  • - Network quality should be satisfactory

    - Reliable WWAN connection with PM operation


    OTHER DETAILS
    EUT Quantity : Two systems 1. "Please check Error and Warning message in Event Viewer before you start the test case and after you complete the test case, and report it to your team lead."
    2. "Perform All Test in Battery Mode (Some of the test items need to perform in AC Mode, follow each Test Case)"
    (All Test Activity should be performed with AMT Enabled)
    Test Item
    Configuration
    Result
    Test should be done in both admin/user mode
    Win XP
    Vista
    Win 7
    Driver Installation / Uninstallation
    G3 eWalk Communication Manager installation
    Basic connectivity test with G3 eWalk
    WWAN GUI / Statistical information status
    Power Management
    WAN with System restart
    SMS
    Hotkey / Global switch scenerio


    Currently Hotkey / AC / LMBC is not supported for CHINA Mobile ADAPTER [LeadCore].

    TEMS Reviewer Log:09/14/2009 09:47:22 PM by Kazuo 1 Matsumoto/LENOVO (Review Comment: My review was done)
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