How to find your Android version number
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    How to find your Android version number

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      What is an operating system version number?

      A version number is a unique set of numbers representing the specific release of an operating system.

      The Android version number follows the format of major.minor.patch. For example, here’s what each component in 13.3.1 means:

      • 13 is the major version;
      • 3 is the minor version;
      • 1 is the patch version.

      However, for the Android OS version, we use corresponding SDK/API levels. In this example, 13 corresponds to 33. Therefore, if you want your team to use Android 13 or a later version, enter 33.0.0 in the Device Security Posture Monitor Operating system version field.

      To find the Android version on your device, go to Settings > About device > Software info.

      Here’s a complete list of Android version numbers and their corresponding SDK/API identifiers: Android API levels.

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