Android smartphones have a feature called USB debugging that lets developers connect to the device through a USB cable. This lets them test and debug the software and hardware components of the device.
The device can exchange data with a computer and receive data from it when USB debugging is enabled. Using USB debugging, developers can test their code on a real device or emulator, which is especially helpful for Android app developers.
Turning on Developer Options is the first step in enabling USB debugging on an Android device. In most cases, you can activate Developer Options by going to Settings > About Phone and repeatedly tapping on the Build Number until a message confirms it, or you can follow the detailed instructions below.
How to Enable USB debugging on Android:
1. First of all Enable Developer Option From Settings, To Enable the Developer Option, Go to your Settings -> About -> Software Information -> More -> Now Tap on the Build Number 7-8 Times until you see a toast message “Developer option enabled”
2. Go back to settings -> to enable the USB Debugging Go to Settings -> Developer Option and USB Debugging and oem unlock.
How to Enable USB debugging on Xiaomi:
- device Info/type MIUI version 7-8 times/ additional settings/ USB debugging ON/ Oem Unlock ON/ bound Mi account
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