When the user’s buy Android device to their best budgets. At the same time in every Android user’s life when important question must be answered: is my device running operating system 32-bit or 64-bit? or you may be search as “How to Find Out If Your Device Is Running 32-Bit or 64-Bit Android”. It can be a disturbing rough time if you are not sure how to answer this question. But we are here for you and we will help you walk through what to do if such a situation arise. Just breathe, it goes well.
How to check whether my Android phone is 32-bit or 64-bit
This progressing so simple, but you can also may be find it from device. Just Go to settings ->About phone -> Software Information /->Check kernel version. if don’t have this funtion, then check it with AnTuTu Benchmark:
- So the first thing for identify the android device is 32-bit or 64-bit operating system, you want to do is download and install AnTuTu Benchmark. We will not run benchmarks here, just use it to get information about the CPU.
- Once you have installed AnTuTu Benchmark app, go ahead and open it, then click the “Info” tab on the bottom.
- Find the line labeled “Android” in this list he should be the third entry. To the right of it, it will display the Android version you use and what bit operating system.
- Yeah, that’s it. It literally. See? You were stressed for nothing.
Identify the android device is 32-bit or 64-bit in Rooted device.
If you have root access to your Android Device then:
- Install terminal emulator in your android device. Download from google play store
- Open it and type “su” (without “), and when asked grant it administrative permission.
- Then you will see like “sh-xx #”, mind # at the last, it shows you have permissions.
- Now type “uname -m” (again without quotes). It will show you the architecture of your machine. It can be x86 : for 32 bit intel processor, x86_64 if intel 64 bit processor, and can be armvXX.
Note: For the arm processors: if the output is ARMv8 or more while the system is a 64 bit if it is a 32 bit machine. ARMv8 introduces 64-bit support. If you are a bit experienced with linux systems then you can also check the information from /proc/cpuinfo, and other files in /proc directory. If type “uname -a“, you will find many information of your phone.
See also: 10 Hidden Android Tips and Trick
Although it is not necessarily something you’ll need to know or reference often, it is always good to know how to access such information in case you need them. For example, if you download a third party application, and it is specific to the version.