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How can I know what's the Bluetooth version of my Android device?

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Possible dupe:… – Eric Leschinski Apr 12 '13 at 20:55
yeah man, i found it too. But I want to discover what is my bluetooth version to check if it is capable to connect in large distances. – Jean Paulo Apr 12 '13 at 21:24
differ in distance is due to bluetooth class not version (A, B and C) take a look here to read more about bluetooth: – Mr.Me Apr 12 '13 at 21:33
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I have a samsung Galaxy S2 here is a method to get info on your bluetooth version

  1. Turn on bluetooth by going to the home screen, clicking menu->settings bluetooth. Pull that to enabled. Make sure it is on.

  2. On the home screen, click menu -> settings -> applications -> 'running' tab.

  3. An item appears called: "bluetooth share".

  4. A screen pops up with information about the program, but it is sparse.

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Following these directions there is still nothing show on my Samsung Galaxy S3 from Straight Talk. 4.1.2 Android but no idea about Bluetooth version. – user97614 Mar 11 '15 at 1:30

Go to Settings>More...>Application Manager>All Click on Bluetooth Share version will appear below the heading "Bluetooth Share"

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