What are the protocols used in mobile devices?
typically IEEE 802.11b or its other flavor a, g, etc.) Some short distance versions use BLUETOOTH
Protocols r used for network devices to communicate to each other. For e.g if one device on a network needs IP address, it'll use respective protocols for that. For sending data over some media, protocols are used. For setting up the speed, protocols are required. For security, protocols are there. Network is a world quite different form our human world. For what purpose we use our language, network devices use protocols for that.
Google maps work on a number of moblie devices including Android powered devices, most J2ME phones, Palm devices with Palm webOS and Palm OS5+, color Blackberry devices, Windows Mobile devices 5.0 +, and 3G Symbian devices. Be aware that some features may not work on all devices, and limitations of mobile service providers may affect some applications.
Identify the networktranspor layer protocols used for windows file sharing when the protocols are installed alone?
There are two types of Protocols according to mechanism: Routable & Non Routable Non Routable protocols work on Broadcast & doesn't maintain tables whereas Routable (Routed) protocols are designed to work in larger networks & tables are maintained dynamically on Network devices. Internet is vast & constitutes multiple Networks. Routable Protocols route information across Internet devices between Source to Destination Network.
As in mobile devices? I am not sure that President Monson uses mobile devices, most people in his generation prefer good old paper and ink. However, the Church has embraced and even encouraged the use of mobile devices in place of paper scriptures, hymn books, and manuals, so certainly President Monson takes no issue with those who do bring their mobile devices to church.
WikiAnswers does have an optimized mobile web version to view on mobile devices. It is part of the main Answers.com mobile web version. You can use the same web address (URL) on mobile devices and you will automatically be transfered to the mobile version (with an option though to view the page in regular mode).