Know which Android version is installed on your Phone

How to know the Android version installed on your device.

 It is often very important to know the Android version installed on our Android device. The process is very simple to see which Android was installed on our phone


What version of Android am I using? How to check the Android version on my device? If you are asking yourself one of these questions, then this guide is for you. You may need to know the exact version of the Android operating system installed on our phone for many reasons, such as installing Xposed Framework.

A few days ago we talked about how to know if my Android phone is 32bit or 64bit! Knowing if our Android phone is 32bit or 64bit can be as important as when we installed a custom ROM and now we need to install the Gapps.

With this procedure, it is also possible to know the version of Android installed, useful to know if our phone has been updated. In this post, we will see the steps to find the Android version, the process takes a minute. Let's begin.

How to know the Android version installed

How to know the Android version installed

  • Open the app menu on the device.
  • Find and tap the "Settings" app.
  • Enter the Settings.
  • Scroll down until you reach the bottom of the screen.
  • Touch the "Phone information" option.
  • Phone info.
  • Find the "Android Version" option.
  • Android version........

The number you are currently viewing is the version of the operating system installed on your Android device. The version of the Android operating system is called with a code name like Version of Android 7.0. in my case, my device is showing version 7.0 which means I installed Nougat.

Similarly, the Android device version has a code name. If you want to know the code name of your Android version, do a Google search using your version number.

Android devices vary. Thus, the location of the "Android Version" option may vary.

If you don't find the option in the location I specified, just tap the Search icon in the upper right corner of the Settings application and type in the Android version. Now you can see the option.

I hope this post was helpful for you to find the OS version of your Android device.

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