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How to Enable Developer Options & USB Debugging on Android

How to Enable Developer Options & USB Debugging on Android





One thing that makes Android different from other operating systems for smartphones and tablets is, Android becomes an Open Operating system platform that can encourage developers to engage in different types of development activities. And one feature that without these custom development features will not be so easy is the "Developer Option" feature that you can find under the Settings menu of all Android devices as deafukt.
This developer option contains powerful features that can help anyone who has the determination to pour your mind, test, debug and pack Android apps and mod. In simple terms, the developer option will allow you to get instant access to Android devices from your computer via the ADB (Android Debug Bridge) command.

Features of Developer Options

Features The developer option is indispensable for Android app developers, hackers, and people who like to crack Android to be able to quickly access and control their devices from a PC. Even if you are just an ordinary user and want to Root, install ROM or mod on your Android device then you must first enable USB Debugging mode on your phone or tablet. And you can not enable USB Debugging if you have not already enabled Developer Options on your device.
Most of the useful features you can find under Developer Options are as follows:
  • Enable Debugging via USB.
  • Quickly captures bug reports to the device.
  • Indicates CPU usage on screen.
  • Write debugging information on the screen such as layout limits, updates on GPU views and hardware layers, displaying GPU advantages, and other information.
  • Disentangling GPU Profile.
In fact, Developer Options will always be visible by default in all older versions of Android (before KitKat):
Developer Options on Gingerbread version (Android 2.3):
Settings> Applications> Development> USB Debugging
Developer Options on Ice Cream Sandwich version (Android 4.0):
Settings> Developer Options> USB Debugging
Developer Options on Jelly Bean version (Android 4.1):
Settings> Developer Options> USB Debugging
However, if your device is already using the 4.2 Jelly Bean version, or already using the latest higher version such as KitKat, Lollipop, or even Marshmallow, then do not be surprised if you find that the "Developer Options" feature is missing or missing. It's not clear what reason Google is hiding this option on the latest version of Android devices. Maybe this is to warn the novice users to not carelessly use it, or there are other reasons. Whatever the reason, you can easily bring up the developer options and enable USB Debugging. To find and enable these features, then follow these steps:

How to Enable Developer Options and USB Debugging on Android



In fact, developer options are at the core of Android's development, so they can not be deleted as long as Android is still an open source environment. The only changes that occur in connection to this very useful option are, they are now hidden by default and you should make them available by doing the following steps:
  • Go to the Settings menu About on your Android phone or tablet.
  • If you have a Samsung Galaxy of any kind then how: Settings > General > About .
  • Then scroll to the ' Build Number ' section , and press up to 7 times.
  • After pressing Build Number 7 times, you will see the message " You are now a developer! "Or" Developer mode has been enabled ".
  • Then, go back to Setting's main menu and now you will be able to see the Developer Options menu or Developer Options.
  • Spool on Developer Options and check the box next to USB Debugging to enable it.
  • To disable USB Debugging mode, you can uncheck the box next to USB Debugging option.
  • To enable Developer Options, go to the Settings menu> Developer options  and then slide the On / Off button at the top of the page.

How to enable USB Debugging on HTC & LG devices

If your phone is HTC One, M8, One Max, Desire, or other HTC phones with JB 4.2 or KitKat 4.4 versions, then the way to turn on Developer Option is as follows:
  • Go to the Settings menu About > Software Information > More .
  • Then press Build Number seven times to enable Developer Option. Then you will see the message "You are now a developer!" On the screen.
  • Go back to the Settings menu, and now you can see the Developer Options menu.
  • Press the menu, then turn on USB Debugging on the next screen.
If your phone is LG G2, G3, LG G Flex, or another LG phone, then the way to enable Developer Option is to go to Setting > About > Software Information and hit Build Number 7 times. Then do the steps as described above.

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