So you’ve got your shiny new Android phone, but how do you know which version of the operating system is on it? This blog post will show you how to find out what type of Android OS your device runs.
Android OS updates can be a pain to deal with. Some phones may never see an update and others get one every few months. As time goes on, it becomes difficult to keep track of what version of Android is running on your device. The good news is that there are many ways to find out this information, even without rooting or any other technical knowledge!
You may not know it, but there is a way to find out which Android OS version is on your device. If you have an older device, this information could be invaluable in determining if your phone needs to be replaced or upgraded.
- Open the Settings app
- Tap on “About Phone”
- Find the Android version under “System Updates”
- If you don’t see it, tap on “Software Information” and scroll down to find your Android version
- You can also check by going to About Device in Settings
- Check for updates if there’s a newer OS available for your device
- Download an application like System Info or AndroBench that will show you which operating system is installed on your phone