Android Versions

Can you guess the codenames of all the different versions of Android, Google's mobile operating system?
Think about tasty treats
We give you the first letter as a hint
Quiz by cuotak
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Last updated: April 28, 2019
First submittedJuly 14, 2013
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Version
Letter
Codename
1.5
C
Cupcake
1.6
D
Donut
2.0-2.1
E
Eclair
2.2
F
Froyo
2.3
G
Gingerbread
3.0-3.2
H
Honeycomb
4.0
I
Ice Cream Sandwich
Version
Letter
Codename
4.1-4.3
J
Jelly Bean
4.4
K
KitKat
5.0
L
Lollipop
6.0
M
Marshmallow
7.0
N
Nougat
8.0
O
Oreo
9.0
P
Pie
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Level 89
Apr 28, 2019
I never noticed that the Android versions were going alphabetically.
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Level 81
Apr 28, 2019
I never realized how idiotic they are.
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Level 66
Apr 30, 2019
It's just names, not like they need to be either unique or "normal." What is the point of them not naming it around sweets?
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Level 63
May 14, 2019
It's a clever way to remember versions instead of a sequence of numbers.
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Level 67
Oct 5, 2019
much better than SbXp-3.5 or whatever.
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Level 82
Apr 28, 2019
It's weird that they use proprietary names.
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Level 79
Apr 29, 2019
Yeah, surprising they could get away with it. Most are generic, but Froyo, Kit Kat and Oreo are definitely trademarks, which I would think their respective owners would be very interested in protecting.
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Level 30
Apr 29, 2019
Froyo is trademarked?
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Level 63
May 8, 2019
KitKat was a promotional collaboration. I'm sure so was Oreo. Froyo is not a trademark as far as I know. They actually made a few KitKat bars in the shape of the Android robot.
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Level 63
May 14, 2019
Froyo is not trademarked. It is a common short form of frozen yogurt. Many frozen yogurt companies use it.
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Level 67
Oct 5, 2019
Yea, massive free advertising I would thing the companies would sooner pay android than that they would have to pay the companies.
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Level 67
Oct 5, 2019
And they have a huge kitkat statue on their grounds... with the exact lettering of the candy. Just google kitkat android statue. SO ... I am pretty sure kitkat knows about this....
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Level 79
Apr 29, 2019
I wonder why there is no ambrosia or baklava?
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Level 50
Apr 29, 2019
Pretty sure they went with Alpha and Beta.
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Level 80
Apr 30, 2019
We had baklava at my Avengers: Shawaramathon party last weekend.
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Level 67
Apr 29, 2019
I winder wjat they are gonna do with q...
+2
Level 80
Apr 30, 2019
quiche? Quince Ayva Tatlısı? Just realized they were alphabetized. Were there Android prototypes called Apple Pie and Butterscotch? Oh... I just got ander's comment above.
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Level 79
Sep 13, 2019
Sadly, they stopped using desserts after version 9. :(
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Level 80
Apr 30, 2019
yay I got one point. Never understood people who got excited about operating systems but I guess there are nerds out there for every subject.
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Level 67
Oct 5, 2019
Maybe some are just excited about candy ;) and that is the reason they got them? I like how they named them, but I'm the kind of person that does get a new phone until it is completely dead. Or in most cases I get an old one from a family member. My last phone ( really my only new one though still not bought myself, a xmas gift from my father) drowned beginning of this year. And now I have an old one of my dad which doesnt acces internet, it does have a camera but it is 0.3 and only works at bright bright daylight ( often it doesnt and I think huh but it is light! But apparently not light enough.. guess no pictures when it is cloudy..) But hey I can make phonecalls with it. But I do miss the camera I had on my last one though :/
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Level 44
Sep 20, 2019
Why isint there a quiz for apple operating systems?
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Level 67
Oct 5, 2019
3,4,5,6,7,8, There you go :)
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Level 79
Jul 16, 2020
There's a quiz for the numerous versions of OS X: https://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/38391/apple-mac-os-x-codename
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Level 68
Sep 18, 2020
A caveat should probably be added for Android Q and onwards as they no longer use any terms but just letters and numbers now