Trying to figure out what android version your phone or tablet is running? In this Android tutorial, I show you how to find the android version in the android settings of your smartphone or tablet. I also show you an Android Easter Egg that will show the code name logo for your Android Version.
This Android tutorial should work on all android phones or tablet brands such as Samsung, Motorola, Nexus, Pixel, HTC, LG, BLU, Sony, and many more.
This will also work on all android versions such as Froyo, Gingerbread, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean, Kit-Kat, Lollypop, and Nougat
Follow the steps below to find which Android Version is running on your device:
Go to the Android Settings
Scroll all the way down
Select About Phone
Find the field that says Android Version. This will display the Android version number for your device
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