How to verify update on Android


er’s how to verify if your Android updated correctly.
Everyone loves to update their software especially if you’re using a new version of Android. Most Smartphones have updates regularly. Google updates security bulletin regularly and there are regular updates that rollout after a few months in a year.
If you’re finding it somwhat difficult to update your Android device then at this post will help make it easy for you to update your device. All you need to do is to follow the guidelines and procedures which will show you how to easily verify update on your Android.

The operating system really gets updates that are released and certain periods for any device you’re using and if you have some difficulties with your Android device the way you should do is to check for new updates and verify them as they might be the solution to your problems. These updates are categorized into two types; one is the security update while the other is the operating system update. Know that the version and type of update you will be receiving depends on the model and specifications of your phone.

In this post, I will also list the different Android code names and the versions that are being released periodically. However, if you want to check the model of phone you using the Android version of your phone will always be displayed as a number.

Check the android versions for smartphones here:

Android name

Version number

Android Donut  (v1.6)
Android Eclair  (v2.0)
Android Froyo  (v2.2)
Android Gingerbread (v2.3)
Android Honeycomb  (v3.0)
Android Ice Cream Sandwich  (v4.0)
Android Jelly Bean (v4.1)
Android KitKat (v4.4)
Android Lollipop (v5.0)
Android Marshmallow  (v6.0)
Android Nougat (v7.0)
Android Oreo (v8.0)
Android Pie  (v9.0)
Android  10


The process to check for updates in Android phones differ from one device to another. However, if your device is different from the one use that sample hair all you need to do is to adjust it a little bit because there won’t be much different due to accuracy in specifications.


Follow these steps to check the update on your Android device;

  • All you need to do to get started is firstly go to the settings menu.
  • Click on the gear icon on the notification shade.
  • Or go to your app menu and click on settings app.
  • Next thing is to go through the settings menu and check if you can find software updates.
  • If you find software updates then you’ve made it very easy but if that’s not on your phone then what you need to do is to look for about the phone.
  • Click on it then look for system updates in the sub-menu.
  • What you will find is the system update options.
  • Click on check for updates and what you say is the downloading process of the latest software on your phone.
  • you can also check some updates which include automatic updates wish you can turn on and off.
  • You can also check when last you received an update.
  • the options which you will see listed out on your screen like the different due to the model of your phone.

Then check for check for new updates you will see an instruction to download files when you do this your updates automatically be installed. It will take some time to download all updates and after that, your phone will reboot. once you’re done with the repeating your phone will be automatically updated to the latest Android version that is available for your device then what you should do whenever you need to make an update is to go through the same process.

The process listed above works on all Android devices even for tablets and mobile phones. what this newest update will do for you is that it will fix the bugs that are in your outdated software and will protect your phone from malicious attacks. You’ll also find some new exciting features on your Android device.

Here’s what you should know on Android versions; the latest Android version is 10 and it was released in August of 2019 to the general public. However Google has abandoned using dessert names for software updates, so you should be looking forward to seeing more numerical format henceforth. also, you should know that there have been rumors about another Android version update that should be Android 11 and this is according to the Q3 2020 release.

I’ll be giving you tips on how to update your Android version and verify it below.

Update your Android on time

If you’re using the latest Google Pixel device then you can easily flash the newer version of Android before it gets released to the public. You just have to download the appropriate system image that is made for your phone then do a manual flashing of the image using ADB.
Before you do this manually you have to back up your data so as not to lose everything if anything goes wrong. However, do not do this in an unsupported phone.

Manually update your Android

There are some phones that send notifications to its users when there is any available update, your phone should be able to do this. There is a condition that is stipulated to do this which is you must have a battery percentage that is higher than 50% and you must be connected to Wi-Fi.

you can easily check if there are any of available updates by going to the system settings and search for system updates if there’s any available manually update it.
Though this process may differ depending on the phone you’re using.

Android Device fragmentation

Android developers have specified that device fragmentation is still in the Android market. You have to regularly update your software so as to avoid a buggy smartphone.

I really hope the above-listed processes and steps will guide you in updating your Android version and verifying it in order to ensure smooth operation of your smartphone device.



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