Context-aware technology has been widely applied to every field of mobile learning. However, in the process of context-aware detection, mobile devices commonly produce extra barriers of risk or complexity. In the majority of educational activities, overly complex technology or procedures can have negative effects, preventing numerous technologies that use context awareness from improving learning results. On the contrary, they increase the burden of learners in recognition and operation, or are unable to be precisely operated in the course of ordinary activity because of the high requirements for resources of their complex operating systems. This study presents an innovative Streamlined ViewPort Strategy System (SVSS) architecture aimed at the problems caused by the use of complex technology in the majority of mobile learning activities in the hopes of improving upon the complexity and instability of past technology operation. Through empirical research and testing aimed at performance and usability, this study discovers that the architecture has the potential to effectively increase the satisfaction of learners at every age level with the smoothness and stability of context awareness systems, providing effective location and orientation methods.