HOW TO GET THE CHIPSET OF YOUR DEVICE
arm: most of android devices (OnePlus One, Nexus 6, Nexus 5, Lg G3 etc…)
arm64: devices with a 64bit android arm version (Nexus 9, Yu Yureka, Yu Yuphoria etc…)
x86: devices with an (Intel) x86 soc (Nexus Player, Zenphone devices etc…)
STILL SEARCHING ?
Go to settings.
Check kernel version/cpu info
And it looks something like below
Open Antutu benchmark > info
Another way using CPU-Z
ARMv7 and below are 32-bit architectures. 64-bit computing was introduced since ARMv8
AND IF AT ALL YOU DIDN’T GET IT STILL
1 GOOGLE IT (MAYBE HELPFUL)
If you have root access to your phone then
- Install terminal emulator in your android phone
- Open it and type “su” (without quotes), and when asked grant it administrative permission.
- Then you will see like “sh-xx #”, mind # at the last, it shows you have permissions.
- Now type “uname -m” (again without quotes). It will show you the architecture of your machine. It can be x86 : for 32 bit intel processor, x86_64 if intel 64 bit processor, and can be armvXX.
For arm processors : if output is armv8 or higher then your system is a 64 bit machine otherwise it is a 32 bit machine. Armv8 introduced 64 bit support. see reference :