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What is and how to access it?

If you are an Android user, you might have heard of or seen some hidden features in your device's settings menu. These are called Android Easter eggs, and they are fun and quirky surprises that the developers have added to the operating system. In this article, we will explain what is, which is the package name for the Easter egg app, and how you can access it on different Android versions.

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  • An Android Easter egg is a hidden feature in the Android OS that you can access by performing specific steps in the settings menu. There have been many over the years, from simple animations to interactive games and activities. The first Easter egg appeared in Android 2.3 Gingerbread, which showed a painting of a zombie gingerbread man when you tapped on the Android version number several times. is the package name for the Easter egg app, which contains the code and resources for the Easter eggs. You can find it in your device's system files, but you don't need to open it directly. Instead, you can access it through the settings menu, as we will show you later. The Easter eggs vary depending on the Android version you have. Some of them are simple animations or images, while others are more complex and interactive. Here is a brief overview of the different Easter eggs in different Android versions: Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich: A flying android with ice cream sandwich body

  • Android 4.1 Jelly Bean: A screen full of jelly beans that you can fling around

  • Android 4.4 KitKat: A mosaic of KitKat logos and Android icons

  • Android 5.0 Lollipop: A Flappy Bird-like game with an android flying through lollipops

  • Android 6.0 Marshmallow: A similar game but with marshmallows instead of lollipops

  • Android 7.0 Nougat: A cat-collecting game where you can lure cats with treats

  • Android 8.0 Oreo: An octopus that changes color and size when you drag it

  • Android 9 Pie: A drawing app where you can paint with different colors and shapes

  • Android 10: A logo quiz where you have to guess the names of popular Android features

  • Android 11: A cat control panel where you can toggle different settings and collect more cats

  • Android 12: A paint chip wallpaper where you can change the color scheme of your device

  • Android 13: A similar wallpaper but with more options and effects

How to access

Now that you know what is and what it contains, you might be wondering how to access it on your device. The general steps are the same for any Android version, but the specific instructions may vary slightly depending on the device model and manufacturer. Here are the general steps to access the Easter egg app on any Android device:

  • Open the Settings app on your device.

  • Scroll down and tap on About phone or About device.

  • Find the Android version number and tap on it several times until you see a pop-up message or animation.

  • If you see an animation, tap on it or long-press it until you enter the Easter egg app.

  • If you see a message, tap on it or swipe down from the top of the screen to reveal a notification or a quick settings tile.

  • Tap on the notification or the tile to enter the Easter egg app.

These steps should work for most devices, but some manufacturers may have customized their settings menu or added their own Easter eggs. For example, Samsung devices have a secret game called Star Wars that you can access by tapping on the software version number instead of the Android version number.

To help you access the Easter egg app on your specific Android version, we have provided some detailed instructions and screenshots for each version from 4.0 to 13. You can find them in the table below:

How to access Android Easter eggs

Android Easter egg app on Google Play Store

Android Ice Cream Sandwich Nyan Cat Easter egg

Android Honeycomb Tron-inspired Easter egg

Android Gingerbread Zombie art Easter egg

Android Jelly Bean interactive beans Easter egg

Android KitKat chocolate bar logo Easter egg

Android Lollipop Flappy Bird clone Easter egg

Android Marshmallow marshmallow bugdroid Easter egg

Android Nougat Neko Atsume cat collecting Easter egg

Android Oreo octopus Easter egg