Step by Step Android App Testing

 

As a tester, we understand, there are numerous possible ways through which this thing can be done. First approach should be to finalize requirements and check what constraints you have for the process. Over the years, things have changed for different types of QA services. You must have real devices or full fledge laboratory if you are a company. Don’t get trapped with the emulator because there are many drawbacks of using an emulator. I would suggest, get only real devices, if you don’t have borrow from anywhere.

 

How Android Apps Tester Should begin?

First turn on the developer option and then the debugging mode.
In the second step, you need to connect Android application with the laptop.
A dialogue box will pop up asking whether you want to run the Android device. Accept the pop up and run the device.
After getting done with MVP 1.0. Here is the step for .APK file.
In case of iPhone application, first there is requirement for distribution of .IPA file using some apps like Crashlytics, TestFlight, Hockey App or Apple enterprise. For Android .APK file there are numerous distributors, which are available in one click. https://developer.android.com/distribute/tools/open-distribution.html

 

What I have written over here are for simple testing. Testing is all about test cases, once we get complete with writing effective and relevant test cases then testing should begin. Regression testing should be done at every stage so that functionalities should remain intact. In Android testing, Android Studio and Android Debug Bridge are extremely important. One thing should be always kept in mind that eventually it is about the condition and test cases.