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Mobile for Android 3.1 version

 
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Hi,

can anyone help me to test the android 3.1 version application on the real device.

Can you give me mobile list for the android application testing.

Can I test on the mobile which supoort android 2.X versions?


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What is a "mobile list"?

No, you can't generally run apps written specifically for Android 3.x on 2.x devices. Some 3.x APIs (like the Fragments API) are available for earlier Android versions, though; if those are all your app uses then you're in luck.
 
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hey Uday,
first of all 3.x versions are mostly used in tablets. One example is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 730 and other is 750.
 
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