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How to know the Bluetooth version of your Android Phone

Hello friends, Android phones are characterized by each of their specifications in the Hardware section. One that they all have is Bluetooth. Although not all have the same version. Even if your device does not have the latest version you can still connect it to a more modern headset, because this technology enjoys backward compatibility. The version is usually listed on the phone’s datasheet. Although sometimes in the summary that appears on the box or in online stores, it is very brief and omits this information. It is very valuable to know if the phone will allow you to enjoy a better experience when you connect it to your favorite accessories. To find out if your phone has the latest version you need to install an app called AIDA64, which also allows you to see a detailed report of the phone specifications, Android system information, screen, CPU, and more. In this post, we will show you how to know the Bluetooth version of your Android phone.

First step

Download and install AIDA64 by following the link below:

Google Play | AIDA64

Press Install Know
Press Install

Second step

Then open the app

Then open the app know
Then open the app

Third step

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Then go to the “System” section. Here you can find the Bluetooth version of your device. Enjoy!

Then go to the "System" section
Then go to the “System” section
Here you can find the Bluetooth version of your device
Here you can find the Bluetooth version of your device


Remember that the Bluetooth version means that your phone can take advantage of the benefits that come with that version. You can use Bluetooth accessories that have a lower version thanks to backward compatibility. For example, in the case of headphones, it is recommended that you use the Bluetooth 5.0 standard as well as the Qualcomm aptX audio codec so as not to lose audio quality. Avoid lower versions that use the SBC codec. Thanks for reading us. Bye!

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