Android phones that are launched on the market have Bluetooth connectivity as standard. The version of this connectivity is something that varies depending on the model and how old it is, but it is a fact that can be of great importance on many occasions, especially when buying accessories such as headphones.
Depending on the version of Bluetooth we have on our Android phone, we may not enjoy all the features that some accessories provide. Therefore, it is good to know which version is the one that our smartphone has as standard and for this there are apps that help us to know.
AIDA64 is an application that may be familiar to many Android users. It is an app that has been on the market for quite some time and allows you to access information about the specifications of your phone. Among the data that the application provides us with is the Bluetooth version of the phone.
Our Android phones do not have their own section where we can see this type of data, so we have to resort to third-party applications. The steps we have to follow in this case are:
- Install AIDA64 on your Android phone, available for free at this link.
- Open AIDA64 on the mobile.
- Go to the System section within the app, the first one that comes out.
- Look for the Bluetooth option.
- Check the Bluetooth version of your mobile.
These are the steps that will tell us the version of this connectivity that our smartphone has. This is information that can be of great importance when buying accessories, such as wireless headphones, for our device.
If our mobile has an older version of Bluetooth than the headphones, it does not mean that they will not work. The problem is that there may be some functions of the headphones that we will not be able to use, so the user experience would not be the desired one. It is best to buy headphones that have the same version, for a seamless experience.