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By leodani, Senior Member on 28th January 2014, 07:37 AM
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What exactly is the PDA version in a ANDROID device??

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28th January 2014, 02:08 PM |#2  
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What exactly is the PDA version in a ANDROID device??

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Read this. This will also give you an Idea about where and when firmware is released.

PDA represent your build version
e.g your current build is Build: GINGERBREAD.XXLA6, then PDA version of your ROM is XXLA6
again XX represend for countries, XX means it is for europian country
If suppose your build info contain DDLE1, then DD represents for India and PDA version is LE (this is code from date of release), 1 is release number.
Same way CSC is kernel and it represents code. You can check your ROM CSC by dialling *#1234#
again first two digits represents country and last three represents release time.
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