But it does more than that. There are a few non-development-related benefits of this new level of access that can give you much more freedom of control over your device. For example, with the Android SDK, you gain direct access to your phone through your computer and that allows you to do things or run terminal commands with ADB. These terminal commands can help you restore a bricked phone. So this mode is a useful tool for any adventurous Android owner.
This is a simple tutorial for you to enable “USB Debugging” mode on any Android Smartphone, the method is compatible with old and new Samsung tablet/smartphones, Infinix, Gionee and Tecno smartphones that are running on Android 5.0, 5.0.1 Lollipop, Android 6.0 or 6.0.1 Marshmallow, Android 7.0, 7.1.1, 7.1.2 Nougat and the latest OS, Android 8.0 Oreo.
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- Open your app menu and tap on “Settings“.
- From app drawer, find “Developer options” via scrolling below on the settings menu.
- If you didn’t found, then find and tap on “About device”.
- When you are in the above page tap on the “Build number” more than 7 times to enable the “Developer Options“.
- Once enabled go back to the main Settings Menu and you will be able to see the “Developer options” near to “About device“.
- Now click on “Developer options” and you will be able to see a similar page like the one given below.
- From the above page you can either enable or disable the “USB Debugging” by just checking or unchecking the white square box.
- You will get a warning alert text “Allow USB Debugging”. Tap “Enable” at the popup to confirm.
That’s it guys, if you have carefully followed the above steps, you may not have any difficulty in enabling the USB debugging on your Android Smartphone running on Android Lollipop 5.0 or higher.