February 12, 2021

How to Check if Your Android Device is Certified or Not

So far, hundreds of Android devices are available in the market. We have smartphone makers like Samsung, Xiaomi etc. who are making good smartphones. However, if you have previously operated multiple Android devices, you may know that the OS looks different depending on the manufacturer.

Phone manufacturers often have their own skin. Some of them also add new features or modify existing ones in the operating system. This is what makes each Android device different from the others.

Since every Android device gets access to the Play Store and Play Protect, Google has created a list of requirements that must be met for a machine to pass a compatibility test.

Read also: How to check if your device is running on 32-bit or 64-bit Android.

Steps to check if your Android device is certified

Compatibility testing is essential, especially if you are a privacy and security conscious user. Phones that passed all of Google’s compatibility tests were listed on the Play Store as ‘certified’ devices.

This article will share a detailed guide on how to check if your Android device is certified. Let’s check out

Phase 1. first of all, Open Google Play Store On your Android device.

Open Google Play Store

stage 2. Tap on it now Hamburger menu Icon located in the upper-left corner.

Tap on hamburger menu

step 3. From the list of options, select ‘Adjustment.’

Choose 'Settings'

step 4. Now scroll down and search ‘about’ Section. Check status under ‘Play Protect Certification’. It will say if your device is certified or unproven.

Check the status under 'Play Protect Certification'

What if my device is unproven?

If your device is not playing certified, Google does not have a record of Android compatibility test results. If your device is not playing certified, it may not be secure, Android cannot receive system updates, app updates may not receive, and may raise security issues.

What to do if my device is not certified?

There is not much you can do here. If your phone is not playing Protected Certified, you can contact your device manufacturer and ask for a well-tested, certified device. If you have a routed device, chances are it will show you an ‘unproven’ status.

For more information about the Play Protect certification, we recommend checking the article on it Contact. The web page listed every detail about Android certificates.

So, this article is about checking how everything is certified in your Android device 2021. If you have any doubts related to this, let us know in the comment box below. I hope this article helped you! Please share this with your friends too.

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