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Version 1.2
Created on 04/10/2012 11:51:06  by PSI_PA_NW_Japan
Last modified on  09/03/2016 18:25:36  by y_amenomiya
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, SVT, SIT
Locations:Inhouse: AWS and Cambridge, Inhouse: AWS, Inhouse: Cambridge, Compal, Flextronics, Quanta, Wistron Owned By:Eiji Ogata/LENOVO
Objective:1
CRITERIA

1

EUT QUANTITY

1

EQUIPMENT

1

Critical Attribute:[0] : WLS - Wireless

CONFIGURATION
REFERENCE PROCEDURE
STATISTIC INFO
Operating System Win81-64bit Win81-32bit Win10-32bit Win10-64bit Total
Test Points
Duration
Workload
# Step actions Win81-64bitWin81-32bitWin10-32bitWin10-64bit
1 WWAN Native Verification AAAA
2 Lenovo Mobile Access (LMA) AAAA
3 Coexistence between Lenovo Applications AAAA
4 Mobile Broadband Tethering (Supported on Windows 8.1) 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.

WL hotkey and PM keys are different for each products. Refer the supported keys based on the product support and perform the function accordingly.

WL Hotkey : FnF5 or /F8 /F9

PM : S3 : Fn+F4 or Fn+4

Limitation/Restriction/Information

Limitation UR-3971PA

1. MobileBroadband settings in OOBE is missing using Swisscom/Orange SIM

Reference: ECR191866 FT:Win8.1:MobileBroadband settings in OOBE is missing using Swisscom/Orange SIM

Reason: Permanent Limitation approved

User Impact: Low. OOBE setting usually setup when sales sell to customer in the store which without SIM card.

Work Around: User need set their profile after complete OOBE

2. Default Profile name is displayed twice using Orange SIM

Reference: ECR191874 FT:Win8.1:Default Profile name is displayed twice using Orange SIM

Reason: Permanent Limitation approved

-This issue is caused by Orange ISP. Lenovo Deve cannot fix this issue because ISP is responsible for this

User Impact: Very Low. User just confuse why there have same APN profile on Access point

Root Cause: There is ISP define problem. And this issue only happen on Orange Card

3. Swisscom logo is not displayed after OOBE

Reference: ECR191722 FT:Win8.1:Swisscom logo is not displayed after OOBE(FR:75%)

Reason: Permanent Limitation

User Impact: Low user impact. User still can known what telecom provided.

Root Cause: There have some problem when OS try go find submit logo icon on this card.

4. Ericsson cannot remove SIM PIN

Reference: ECR198847 ELLA:Ericsson cannot remove SIM PIN

Reason: Permanent Limitation approved

Restriction

1. No Logo for T-Mobile in Mobile Broadband

Reference: ECR138393 FT:Win8:No logo for T-Mobile in Mobile Broadband

Reason: Limitation approved. Helpcentre info

Information

1. ACM is only applicable in US with AT&T SIM card using Tablet machines.

2. Incorrect logo appears for Swisscom [UR-03465SG]

Reference:

ECR138882 FT:W8: Swisscom shows incorrect logo at the Networks pane

Reason:

Vodafone and Swisscom being partners, Vodafone logo appearing in place of Swisscom is considered acceptable.

3. Metered Connection is a way of setting a connection as limited in Windows so that its not used as a leisure resource. You can set a connection as Metered Connection using the right-click menu after the connection is established. After a connection is marked metered, Windows will not use the connection to update itself or any of the devices attached to your computer.

http://www.guidingtech.com/13405/windows-8-metered-connection-airplane-mode/

Prior to Windows 8, we maintained consistent behavior on all types of networks relative to bandwidth usage. With Windows 8, we now take the cost of the network into consideration: we assume that mobile broadband networks have restrictive data caps with higher overage costs (vs. Wi-Fi), and adjust networking behavior with these metered networks accordingly.

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/b8/archive/2012/01/20/engineering-windows-8-for-mobility.aspx

Reference:

ECR143922/ECR143919/ECR143920, FT W8:Set as non-metered connection state is different from PC setting.

WWAN Native Verification

WWAN Profile Creation/Connection

Test Item Check Item / Criteria
Result
Connect using the default WWAN profile:

- Go to Metro GUI > Desktop > on Tasktray click Network icon > Wireless pane will show

- Under Mobile broadband, click the default WWAN profile and click Connect.

Note: Applicable also in Windows 8.1

- Confirm the default WWAN profile was automatically created.

- Confirm profile was successfully connected.

- Confirm no application error occurs.

A
Edit default WWAN profile:

- Go to Metro GUI > Desktop > on Tasktray click Network icon > Wireless pane will show

- Under Mobile broadband, right click the default WWAN profile and click View connection properties.

- Go to Profile tab and enter the carrier details for the following: Access Point; APN (Access Point Name); User name; Password.

- Click OK

- Connect WWAN.

- Confirm profile was successfully editted.

- Confirm profile was successfully connected.

- Confirm no application error occurs.

A

Power Management

Test Item Check Item / Criteria
Result
1. Connect to the service provider. - Connection should be established

- Connection should not be disconnected without pressing the disconnect button/or no signal is available

A
2. Suspend the system by pressing Fn+F4 key - System should enter suspend mode
A
3. Wakeup the system after 1 minute - System should resume/wake-up
A
4. Connect to the service provider - Connection should be established

- Connection should not be disconnected without pressing the disconnect button/or signal is available

A
5. Repeat steps 2-4 for 20 times - No crash

- No error message should occur

- Successful profile connection on resuming from PM

A
(Note: Steps 6-9 are applicable only for TP Classic)

6. Suspend system by LID close

- System should enter suspend mode
A
7. LID open the system after 1 minute - System should resume
A
8. Connect to the service - Connection should be established

- Connection should not be disconnected without pressing the disconnect button/or signal is available

A
9. Repeat steps 6-8 for 20 times - No application crash

- No error message should occur

A
10. Hibernate the system by pressing Fn+F12 key - System should enter hibernation mode
A
11. Wakeup the system after 1 minute - System should resume/wake-up
A
12. Connect to the service provider - Connection should be established

- Connection should not be disconnected without pressing the disconnect button/or signal is available

A
13. Repeat steps 10-12 for 20 times - No application crash

- No error message should occur

- Successful profile connection on resuming from PM

A
14. Restart the system - System should restart
A
15. Boot to OS and connect to service provider - Connection should be established

- Connection should not be disconnected without pressing the disconnect button/or signal is available

A
16. Repeat steps 14-15 for 20 times - No application crash

- No error message should occur

- Successful profile connection on resuming from PM

A
17. Shutdown the system - System should shutdown properly with out any error
A
18. Turn on the system after 1 minute - System should boot without any error
A
19. Connect to the service provider - Connection should be established

- Connection should not be disconnected without pressing the disconnect button/or signal is available

A
20. Repeat steps 17-19 for 20 times - No application crash

- No error message should occur

- Successful profile connection on resuming from PM

A

Battery detached/attached
1. Connect to the service provider - Connection should be established

- Connection should not be disconnected without pressing the disconnect button/or no signal is available

A
2. Hibernate the system using Fn+F12.

3. Detach then attach the battery from the system.

- System should enter hibernate mode
A
4. Resume after 1 minute. - System should resume/wake-up
A
5. Connect to the service provider - Connection should be established

- Connection should not be disconnected without pressing the disconnect button/or signal is available

A
6. Repeat 1-5 for 20 times - No application crash

- No error message should occur

A
7. Shutdown the system.

8. Detach then attach the battery from the system.

- System should shutdown properly without any error.
A
9. Turn on the system after 1 minute - System should boot without any error
A
10. Connect to the service provider - Connection should be established

- Connection should not be disconnected without pressing the disconnect button/or signal is available

A
11. Repeat 7-10 for 20 times - No application crash

- No error message should occur

A

Profile Connectivity with WWAN Radio in PC Settings / Airplane Mode / Hardware Switch

Profile connection with WWAN Radio in PC Settings

Go to PC Settings > Wireless

Turn Off WWAN Radio

Confirm the WWAN profile is disconnected by checking in Desktop > Network Icon in Tasktray > Mobile Broadband.

Go back to PC Settings > Wireless

Turn ON the WWAN radio

Go to Desktop > click Network Icon in Tasktray > Mobile Broadband > click Connect.

Confirm that the profile is successfully connected.

For Windows 8.1:

Go to PC Settings > Network > Airplane Mode > under Wireless Devices

Turn Off WWAN Radio

Confirm the WWAN profile is disconnected by checking in Desktop > Network Icon in Tasktray > Mobile Broadband.

Go back to PC Settings > Network > Airplane Mode > under Wireless Devices

Turn ON the WWAN radio

Go to Desktop > click Network Icon in Tasktray > Mobile Broadband > click Connect.

Confirm that the profile is successfully connected.

- Radio ON/OFF should work correctly

- Profile to be connected successfully after Turn ON/OFF.

A
Profile connection with Airplane Mode

Press Fn+F5 or any hotkey supported

Airplane Mode will Turn ON

Confirm the WWAN profile is disconnected by checking in Desktop > Network Icon in Tasktray > Mobile Broadband.

Press Fn+F5 or any hotkey supported

Airplane Mode will Turn OFF

Go to Desktop > click Network Icon in Tasktray > Mobile Broadband > click Connect.

Confirm that the profile is successfully connected.

- Radio ON/OFF should work correctly

- Profile to be connected successfully after Turn ON/OFF.

A
Profile connection with Airplane Mode [for Tablet systems]

Go to Desktop > click Network Icon in Tasktray > Turn ON Airplane Mode

Airplane Mode will Turn ON

Confirm the WWAN profile is disconnected by checking in Desktop > Network Icon in Tasktray > Mobile Broadband.

Click again Network Icon in Tasktray > Turn OFF Airplane Mode

Airplane Mode will Turn OFF

Go to Desktop > click Network Icon in Tasktray > Mobile Broadband > click Connect.

Confirm that the profile is successfully connected.

Note: Applicable also in Windows 8.1

- Radio ON/OFF should work correctly

- Profile to be connected successfully after Turn ON/OFF.

A
Profile Connection with Global Switch [for systems with HW switch support]

Confirm the WWAN connection to service provider

Turn Off Wireless Radio using hardware switch present in your system.

Confirm the WWAN profile is disconnected

Turn ON the wireless radio using hardware switch present in your system.

Go to Desktop > click Network Icon in Tasktray > Mobile Broadband > click Connect.

Confirm that the profile is successfully connected.

- Radio ON/OFF should work correctly

- Profile to be connected successfully after Turn ON/OFF.

A

Profile Switching

Test Item Check Item / Criteria
Result
1. Using Windows Native

==> Create a single Ethernet profile & connect to office or test Ethernet network

==> Create single Wireless LAN & connect to office or test wireless network.

- No error while creating the profiles
A
From Windows Native, Connect WWAN profile

Confirm WWAN is connected successfully,

Select Ethernet profile from Tasktray > Network Icon > Wireless pane and press Connect button

Confirm that the Ethernet profile is connected successfully

Press Fn+F4 to enter into suspend

Press Fn key to resume after one minute.

On resuming from suspend Ethernet profile will be automatically connected

From Tasktray > Network Icon > Wireless pane, select WWAN profile and press Connect button

Confirm the WWAN profile is connected successfully.

From Tasktray > Network Icon > Wireless pane, select Wireless LAN profile and press connect button

Confirm that the Wireless LAN is connected successfully.

Press Fn+F12 to enter into Hibernation mode

LID close the system to enter suspend [not applicable for Tablet systems]

LID open to resume after one minute.

On resuming from suspend Ethernet profile will be automatically connected

From Tasktray > Network Icon > Wireless pane, select WWAN profile and press Connect button

Confirm the WWAN profile is connected successfully.

From Tasktray > Network Icon > Wireless pane, select Wireless LAN profile and press connect button

Confirm that the Wireless LAN is connected successfully.

Wait for one minute

Press power button to resume from Hibernation

After resuming from Hibernation, system will connect to Wireless LAN profile automatically.

From Tasktray > Network Icon > Wireless pane, select WWAN profile and press Connect button

Confirm the WWAN profile is connected successfully.

- Profiles should be switched successfully

- No error / bluescreen / hang

A
Switch from EVDO to UMTS and vice versa

1. Insert WWAN adapter with EVDO / UMTS supported.

2. Default WWAN profile created will be EVDO.

3. Connect EVDO profile to network/simulator.

4. Confirm EVDO profile connects successfully.

5. Turn OFF system.

6. Insert Activated SIM card.

7. Boot system.

8. Default WWAN profile created, this time profile will be UMTS.

9. Connect UMTS profile to network/simulator.

10. Confirm UMTS profile connects successfully.

11. Repeat steps 3 - 10 for 10 times.

  • Confirm EVDO / UMTS profile connects successfully without errors
  • Confirm no error / system degradation occurs after switching from EVDO - UMTS profiles and vice versa.
A

Lenovo Mobile Access (LMA)

GUI Verification

Test Item Check Item / Criteria
Result
Launch Lenovo Mobile Access thru Metro GUI > click Lenovo Mobile Access icon. - LMA should be launched without any problems.
A
On Lenovo Mobile Access application, confirm that only the following sections are present:

Get Connected Anywhere, Anytime!

Register New Account

Already have an account?

- Confirm that no other sections are present.
A
On Get Connected Anywhere, Anytime! section - Confirm that words/sentences are grammatically / spelled correct.

- Confirm Home Country dropdown is visible and contents are available.

A
On Register New Account section - Confirm the Email, Password, Confirm Password text boxes are available.

- Confirm the Terms of Service's words/sentences are grammatically / spelled correct.

- Confirm the check box "I agree to the terms of service" and Send button are available.

- Confirm the check box "I agree to the terms of service" and Send button are enabled when Email, Password and Confirm Password text boxes were filled.

A
On Already have an account? section - Confirm the Email and Password text boxes are available.

- Confirm that Login button is available

- Confirm that Forgot Password link is available and working.

- Confirm that Login button is enabled when Email and Password text boxes were filled.

A

Coexistence between Lenovo Applications

Test Item Check Item / Criteria Results / Remarks
Lenovo Mobile Broadband Activation Co-existence Verification -
While connected via WWAN, launch LMA in Metro GUI. - Confirm that WWAN profile should not disconnect and application is still working properly. (please enter Check Item / Criteria results here)
- Lenovo Mobile Access - Lenovo Settings > Location Awareness -
Launch LMA in Metro GUI. While LMA is open, Launch Lenovo Settings > Location Awareness - Confirm that Location Awareness launches successfully.

- Confirm no hang / bluescreen / error / crash message occurs.

Launch Location Awareness from Metro GUI > Lenovo Settings.

A message should prompt that WLAN profile should be connected.

Launch LMA from Metro GUI.

- Confirm LMA successfully launches and all details are correct.

- Confirm the Location Awareness launches successfully.

- Confirm no hang / bluescreen / error / crash message occurs.

(please enter Check Item / Criteria results here)
Lenovo Mobile Access - Lenovo Settings > Location Awareness - Lenovo Settings > Mobile Hotspot Co-existence Verification -
Perform the following steps mentioned above launching LMA, Location Awareness and Mobile Hotspot and vice versa. - Confirm that no application hang / bluescreen / error / crash appears and no system performance degradation encountered. (please enter Check Item / Criteria results here)
- 3rd Party WWAN Application - Lenovo Mobile Access - Mobile Hotspot Co-existence Verification
In case 3rd Party WWAN connection manager application is provided into preload image, need to try to run with Mobile Hotspot and Lenovo Mobile Access. - Confirm that no application hang / bluescreen / error / crash appears and no system performance degradation encountered. (please enter Check Item / Criteria results here)

Mobile Broadband Tethering (Supported on Windows 8.1)

Mobile Broadband Tethering GUI Function Confirmation

Test Item
Configuration
Results
Check Item / Criteria
Win 8.1 32
Win 8.1 64
Confirming Mobile Broadband Tethering GUI

Using Ericsson and Gobi 5000 as host, perform below procedures

1. Once WWAN profile is connected, from PC Settings, go to Network > Connections

2. Tap currently connected WWAN from Mobile Broadband section

3. The currently connected WWAN profile page should show

4. Check the following if available in GUI:

a. Check Share this connection radio ON/OFF

b. Check can enter hotspot name and password

5. Check also the words / grammars / spelling are correct.

6. Check also Back button if working properly.

  • Confirm the GUI of Mobile Broadband Tethering
  • Confirm all buttons are working properly
  • Confirm all text boxes can be inputted
  • Confirm Back button is working properly
Standalone
A
A

Mobile Broadband Tethering Basic Hotspot Connectivity

Procedure Criteria
Windows 8.1 32/64 bit
Admin Mode
User mode (Standard / Restricted)
1. Connect to live network WWAN profile

2. Create Hotspot

3. Connect at least 5 until maximum level client devices (smartphones, notebooks, etc. with other OS like iOS, Android, Windows, etc.)

4. Verify that GUIs are shown properly and functions are working as expected

5. Verify Hotspot connectivity

6. Verify that client devices can connect successfully.

  • No error message or system malfunction.
  • All GUI's must be shown correctly and clearly.
  • Confirm Hotspot connectivity.
  • Confirm Client can connect successfully.

Mobile Broadband Tethering Basic Power Management verification

(Both Admin mode and User mode)

Test Item Check Item / Criteria Configuration Result
Win 8.1 32
Win 8.1 64
  1. Login as Admin
  2. Make sure WWAN connected to live network.
  3. Create Hotspot connection from PC Settings > Network > Connections
  4. Confirm that all GUI's are shown properly
  5. Suspend the system by pressing Fn+F4
  6. Resume after one minute
  7. Verify that the GUIs are shown properly after resuming from suspend and the functions are working as expected
Event Viewer / WWAN Service check:

1. Login as Admin

2. Make sure WWAN connected to live network.

3. Create Hotspot connection from PC Settings > Network > Connections

4. Confirm that all GUI's are shown properly

5. Suspend the system by pressing Fn+F4

6. Resume after one minute

7. Go to Event Viewer:

7.1 Right click My Computer > Manage > Event Viewer

7.2 Confirm that there are NO Critical / Error / Warning messages for WWAN Service.

8. Go to Problem Reports:

8.1 Go to Control Panel then type Problem Reports in "Search Control Panel" textbox

8.2 Open "View all problem reports"

8.3 Confirm that there are NO crash / stopped working messages for WWAN Service.

9. Verify that the GUIs are shown properly after resuming from suspend and the functions are working as expected

  • No error message or system malfunction on resuming from Suspend
  • All GUI's must be shown correctly and clearly.
  • Confirm there are no error / crash / critical / warning messages under Event Viewer and Problem Reports.
Stand alone
  • Login as Admin
    1. Make sure WWAN connected to live network.
    2. Create Hotspot connection from PC Settings > Network > Connections
    3. Confirm that all GUI's are shown properly
    4. Hibernate the system by pressing Fn+F12
    5. Resume after one minute
    6. Verify that the GUIs are shown properly after resuming from suspend and the functions are working as expected
    Event Viewer / WWAN Service check:

    1. Login as Admin

    2. Make sure WWAN connected to live network.

    3. Create Hotspot connection from PC Settings > Network > Connections

    4. Confirm that all GUI's are shown properly

    5. Hibernate the system by pressing Fn+F12

    6. Resume after one minute

    7. Go to Event Viewer:

    7.1 Right click My Computer > Manage > Event Viewer

    7.2 Confirm that there are NO Critical / Error / Warning messages for WWAN Service.

    8. Go to Problem Reports:

    8.1 Go to Control Panel then type Problem Reports in "Search Control Panel" textbox

    8.2 Open "View all problem reports"

    8.3 Confirm that there are NO crash / stopped working messages for WWAN Service.

    9. Verify that the GUIs are shown properly after resuming from suspend and the functions are working as expected

  • No error message or system malfunction on resuming from Hibernate
  • All GUI's must be shown correctly and clearly.
  • Confirm there are no error / crash / critical / warning messages under Event Viewer and Problem Reports.
Stand alone
  • Login as Admin
    1. Make sure WWAN connected to live network.
    2. Create Hotspot connection from PC Settings > Network > Connections
    3. Confirm that all GUI's are shown properly
    4. Lid Close the system
    5. Resume after one minute
    6. Verify that the GUIs are shown properly after resuming from suspend and the functions are working as expected
    Event Viewer / WWAN Service check:

    1. Login as Admin

    2. Make sure WWAN connected to live network.

    3. Create Hotspot connection from PC Settings > Network > Connections

    4. Confirm that all GUI's are shown properly

    5. Lid Close the system

    6. Resume after one minute

    7. Go to Event Viewer:

    7.1 Right click My Computer > Manage > Event Viewer

    7.2 Confirm that there are NO Critical / Error / Warning messages for WWAN Service.

    8. Go to Problem Reports:

    8.1 Go to Control Panel then type Problem Reports in "Search Control Panel" textbox

    8.2 Open "View all problem reports"

    8.3 Confirm that there are NO crash / stopped working messages for WWAN Service.

    9. Verify that the GUIs are shown properly after resuming from suspend and the functions are working as expected

  • No error message or system malfunction on resuming from Lid Close
  • All GUI's must be shown correctly and clearly.
  • Confirm there are no error / crash / critical / warning messages under Event Viewer and Problem Reports.
Stand alone
  • Login as Admin
    1. Make sure WWAN connected to live network.
    2. Create Hotspot connection from PC Settings > Network > Connections
    3. Confirm that all GUI's are shown properly
    4. Reboot system
    5. Verify that the GUIs are shown properly after resuming from suspend and the functions are working as expected
    Event Viewer / WWAN Service check:

    1. Login as Admin

    2. Make sure WWAN connected to live network.

    3. Create Hotspot connection from PC Settings > Network > Connections

    4. Confirm that all GUI's are shown properly

    5. Hibernate the system by pressing Fn+F12

    6. Resume after one minute

    7. Go to Event Viewer:

    7.1 Right click My Computer > Manage > Event Viewer

    7.2 Confirm that there are NO Critical / Error / Warning messages for WWAN Service.

    8. Go to Problem Reports:

    8.1 Go to Control Panel then type Problem Reports in "Search Control Panel" textbox

    8.2 Open "View all problem reports"

    8.3 Confirm that there are NO crash / stopped working messages for WWAN Service.

    9. Verify that the GUIs are shown properly after resuming from suspend and the functions are working as expected

  • No error message or system malfunction on Restart
  • All GUI's must be shown correctly and clearly.
  • Confirm there are no error / crash / critical / warning messages under Event Viewer and Problem Reports.
Stand alone
  • Login as Admin
    1. Make sure WWAN connected to live network.
    2. Create Hotspot connection from PC Settings > Network > Connections
    3. Confirm that all GUI's are shown properly
    4. Shutdown system
    5. Boot system after 1 minute
    6. Verify that the GUIs are shown properly after resuming from suspend and the functions are working as expected
    Event Viewer / WWAN Service check:

    1. Login as Admin

    2. Make sure WWAN connected to live network.

    3. Create Hotspot connection from PC Settings > Network > Connections

    4. Confirm that all GUI's are shown properly

    5. Hibernate the system by pressing Fn+F12

    6. Resume after one minute

    7. Go to Event Viewer:

    7.1 Right click My Computer > Manage > Event Viewer

    7.2 Confirm that there are NO Critical / Error / Warning messages for WWAN Service.

    8. Go to Problem Reports:

    8.1 Go to Control Panel then type Problem Reports in "Search Control Panel" textbox

    8.2 Open "View all problem reports"

    8.3 Confirm that there are NO crash / stopped working messages for WWAN Service.

    9. Verify that the GUIs are shown properly after resuming from suspend and the functions are working as expected

  • No error message or system malfunction on Shutdown / Boot
  • All GUI's must be shown correctly and clearly.
  • Confirm there are no error / crash / critical / warning messages under Event Viewer and Problem Reports.
Stand alone
  • Login as User
    1. Make sure WWAN connected to live network.
    2. Create Hotspot connection from PC Settings > Network > Connections
    3. Confirm that all GUI's are shown properly
    4. Suspend the system by pressing Fn+F4
    5. Resume after one minute
    6. Verify that the GUIs are shown properly after resuming from suspend and the functions are working as expected
    Event Viewer / WWAN Service check:

    1. Login as User

    2. Make sure WWAN connected to live network.

    3. Create Hotspot connection from PC Settings > Network > Connections

    4. Confirm that all GUI's are shown properly

    5. Suspend the system by pressing Fn+F4

    6. Resume after one minute

    7. Go to Event Viewer:

    7.1 Right click My Computer > Manage > Event Viewer

    7.2 Confirm that there are NO Critical / Error / Warning messages for WWAN Service.

    8. Go to Problem Reports:

    8.1 Go to Control Panel then type Problem Reports in "Search Control Panel" textbox

    8.2 Open "View all problem reports"

    8.3 Confirm that there are NO crash / stopped working messages for WWAN Service.

    9. Verify that the GUIs are shown properly after resuming from suspend and the functions are working as expected

  • No error message or system malfunction on resuming from Suspend
  • All GUI's must be shown correctly and clearly.
  • Confirm there are no error / crash / critical / warning messages under Event Viewer and Problem Reports.
Stand alone
  • Login as user
    1. Make sure WWAN connected to live network.
    2. Create Hotspot connection from PC Settings > Network > Connections
    3. Confirm that all GUI's are shown properly
    4. Hibernate the system by pressing Fn+F12
    5. Resume after one minute
    6. Verify that the GUIs are shown properly after resuming from suspend and the functions are working as expected
    Event Viewer / WWAN Service check:

    1. Login as User

    2. Make sure WWAN connected to live network.

    3. Create Hotspot connection from PC Settings > Network > Connections

    4. Confirm that all GUI's are shown properly

    5. Hibernate the system by pressing Fn+F12

    6. Resume after one minute

    7. Go to Event Viewer:

    7.1 Right click My Computer > Manage > Event Viewer

    7.2 Confirm that there are NO Critical / Error / Warning messages for WWAN Service.

    8. Go to Problem Reports:

    8.1 Go to Control Panel then type Problem Reports in "Search Control Panel" textbox

    8.2 Open "View all problem reports"

    8.3 Confirm that there are NO crash / stopped working messages for WWAN Service.

    9. Verify that the GUIs are shown properly after resuming from suspend and the functions are working as expected

  • No error message or system malfunction on resuming from Hibernate
  • All GUI's must be shown correctly and clearly.
  • Confirm there are no error / crash / critical / warning messages under Event Viewer and Problem Reports.
Stand alone
  • Login as User
    1. Make sure WWAN connected to live network.
    2. Create Hotspot connection from PC Settings > Network > Connections
    3. Confirm that all GUI's are shown properly
    4. Lid Close the system
    5. Resume after one minute
    6. Verify that the GUIs are shown properly after resuming from suspend and the functions are working as expected
    Event Viewer / WWAN Service check:

    1. Login as User

    2. Make sure WWAN connected to live network.

    3. Create Hotspot connection from PC Settings > Network > Connections

    4. Confirm that all GUI's are shown properly

    5. Lid Close the system

    6. Resume after one minute

    7. Go to Event Viewer:

    7.1 Right click My Computer > Manage > Event Viewer

    7.2 Confirm that there are NO Critical / Error / Warning messages for WWAN Service.

    8. Go to Problem Reports:

    8.1 Go to Control Panel then type Problem Reports in "Search Control Panel" textbox

    8.2 Open "View all problem reports"

    8.3 Confirm that there are NO crash / stopped working messages for WWAN Service.

    9. Verify that the GUIs are shown properly after resuming from suspend and the functions are working as expected

  • No error message or system malfunction on resuming from Lid Close
  • All GUI's must be shown correctly and clearly.
  • Confirm there are no error / crash / critical / warning messages under Event Viewer and Problem Reports.
Stand alone
  • Login as User
    1. Make sure WWAN connected to live network.
    2. Create Hotspot connection from PC Settings > Network > Connections
    3. Confirm that all GUI's are shown properly
    4. Reboot system
    5. Verify that the GUIs are shown properly after resuming from suspend and the functions are working as expected
    Event Viewer / WWAN Service check:

    1. Login as User

    2. Make sure WWAN connected to live network.

    3. Create Hotspot connection from PC Settings > Network > Connections

    4. Confirm that all GUI's are shown properly

    5. Hibernate the system by pressing Fn+F12

    6. Resume after one minute

    7. Go to Event Viewer:

    7.1 Right click My Computer > Manage > Event Viewer

    7.2 Confirm that there are NO Critical / Error / Warning messages for WWAN Service.

    8. Go to Problem Reports:

    8.1 Go to Control Panel then type Problem Reports in "Search Control Panel" textbox

    8.2 Open "View all problem reports"

    8.3 Confirm that there are NO crash / stopped working messages for WWAN Service.

    9. Verify that the GUIs are shown properly after resuming from suspend and the functions are working as expected

  • No error message or system malfunction on Restart
  • All GUI's must be shown correctly and clearly.
  • Confirm there are no error / crash / critical / warning messages under Event Viewer and Problem Reports.
Stand alone
  • Login as User
    1. Make sure WWAN connected to live network.
    2. Create Hotspot connection from PC Settings > Network > Connections
    3. Confirm that all GUI's are shown properly
    4. Shutdown system
    5. Boot system after 1 minute
    6. Verify that the GUIs are shown properly after resuming from suspend and the functions are working as expected
    Event Viewer / WWAN Service check:

    1. Login as User

    2. Make sure WWAN connected to live network.

    3. Create Hotspot connection from PC Settings > Network > Connections

    4. Confirm that all GUI's are shown properly

    5. Hibernate the system by pressing Fn+F12

    6. Resume after one minute

    7. Go to Event Viewer:

    7.1 Right click My Computer > Manage > Event Viewer

    7.2 Confirm that there are NO Critical / Error / Warning messages for WWAN Service.

    8. Go to Problem Reports:

    8.1 Go to Control Panel then type Problem Reports in "Search Control Panel" textbox

    8.2 Open "View all problem reports"

    8.3 Confirm that there are NO crash / stopped working messages for WWAN Service.

    9. Verify that the GUIs are shown properly after resuming from suspend and the functions are working as expected

  • No error message or system malfunction on Shutdown / Boot
  • All GUI's must be shown correctly and clearly.
  • Confirm there are no error / crash / critical / warning messages under Event Viewer and Problem Reports.
Stand alone

OTHER DETAILS

EUT Quantity : 1 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)

WWAN Native Verification

Windows 8
WWAN Profile Creation/Connection
A
Power Management
A
Profile Connectivity with WWAN Radio in PC Settings / Airplane Mode / Hardware Switch
A
Profile Switching
A

Lenovo Mobile Access (LMA)

Windows 8
GUI Verification
A

Application Co-existence

Windows 8
Co-existence between Lenovo applications
A
TEMS Reviewer Log:
Review Logs
Created last 2016-06-13 13:57:27 by Eiji Ogata. Review Comments(Review Complete): review completed
Keywords:   None
Requirements :   None
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Update History:
Modified last: 2016-03-09 18:25:36.398, by Yoshihiro Amenomiya