Most android users ask the question, How to Access Developer Options and Enable USB Debugging?
Not every user has the idea of what we are talking about here, and that is why Back in Android version 4.2, Google hid Developer Options. Since most “normal” users don’t need to access the feature, it leads to less confusion to keep it out of sight.
Now with no further ado lets get on with How to Access Developer Options and Enable USB Debugging
What is Debugging?:
this option provides ways to configure on-device debugging to establish connectivity between a smartphone and your computer.
What is Developer options?:
This lets you configure system behaviors it also helps you profile and debug your app performance. For example, you can enable debugging over USB, capture a bug report, enable visual feedback for taps, flash window surfaces when they update, use the GPU for 2D graphics rendering, and more.
How to Access Developer Options and Enable USB Debugging on Android
As a user who has need enabling a developer setting, like USB Debugging, you can access the Developer Options menu with a quick trip into the “About Phone” section of the Settings menu.
Steps on How to Access the Developer Options Menu:
open the Settings screen, scroll down to the bottom, and tap on “System”.
scroll down to the bottom, and tap on “About phone” or “About tablet”
Scroll down to the bottom of the About screen and find the Build number.
Tap the Build number field seven times to enable Developer Options. Tap a few times and you’ll see a toast notification with a countdown that reads “You are now 3 steps away from being a developer.”
When the clicks are completed, you’ll see the message “You are now a developer!”.
Tap the Back button and you’ll see the Developer options menu just above the “About Phone” section in Settings. This menu is now enabled on your smartphone, you won’t have to repeat this process again unless you perform a factory reset.
You have successfully turned on the developer option of your smartphone, Now lets head over to USB Debugging Mode
How to Enable USB Debugging
To enable USB Debugging, you’ll need to:
jump into the Developer options menu, scroll down to the Debugging section, and toggle on the “USB Debugging” button.
Once it’s turned on you still have to click on allow, now connect to your PC with a good USB cable, when connected you will see a request message on your device (as seen in the “screenshot below“)
Done with your operation? and wants to disable USB debugging and other developer options when you don’t need them, slide the switch at the top of the screen. Easy peasy.
Developer Options are power settings for developers, but that doesn’t mean non-developer users can’t benefit from them as well. USB debugging is required for things like ADB, which in turn is used for rooting devices. Once your device is rooted, the possibilities are endless.
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