How to check which version of Android is installed on your smartphone
If you’re curious about which version of Android your smartphone is running, just follow our easy guide to find out.
There are quite a few software features that depend on which version of Android your smartphone is running; this is just one reason why it might be important to check which one you’re on. Luckily, the process to do this is very quick and easy, as you can see in our 3-step guide below.
If you’re using an iPhone, we also have a guide on how to check which version of iOS you have.
What you will need:
- We used the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion, but you can use any Android smartphone.
- Open the Settings app
- Click “About phone”.
- Scroll down to Android version.
Open the Settings app
First of all, open the Settings app of your phone. It can be found either on your phone’s home screen or in the app drawer (as shown), and it has a mechanical cog icon.
Click “About phone”.
In the Settings app, tap About Phone from the list.
Scroll down to Android version.
When you get to “About Phone” just scroll down until you see the “Android Version” list and this is where you can find out the version of Android software that is running on your phone.
If your smartphone is eligible for the update, you can install it by going to the Settings app and tapping System Updates.
You might be interested in knowing your smartphone’s Android version so you know if it’s up to date and has some of the latest features that were released with newer software.
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