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I have a calendar app installed (rooted Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Android 4.3)

App Info shows version "4.3-N900VVRUBMJ7", which matches Samsung's instaled Android version.

How can I tell if it's a standard Google Calendar app, or Samsung's version of it or Samsung's proprietary app?

(the main reason is that I need to ask questions about it here, and I need to specify which calendar app I'm using :)

  • In most cases the logo can tell. Search for the Google Calendar logo on google images and match it with the one installed in your device. – Tanmay Vij Oct 20 '15 at 16:31
  • @TanmayVij - by logo, do you mean the icon? Thanks – DVK Oct 20 '15 at 16:32
  • Isn't there an "About" in the app? What does it say? – Firelord Oct 20 '15 at 22:47
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I figured out an answer.

Went to Google Play and opened Google Calendar. It had "Install" button, meaning it wasn't already installed.

Coupled with the Calendar app's ID matching Samsung firmware #, it means the app I have is Samsung's calendar, not Google.

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