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Accessing Developer Options and Enable USB Debugging Mode

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Today, Android is one of the most popular and most user-friendly platforms out there. Every year, developers bring a new android version to the user. Among their versions, the most popular versions were Marshmallow, Nougat, Oreo, Pie and Android 10. android belongs to the open-source category. So the user can modify the device as he or she wishes, but first, he needs to unlock “Developer options”. This article will show you how to do this.

Advantages of unlocking “Developer Options”:

  1. Easily capture bug reports on your phone
  2. CPU usage Detailing
  3. Options to simulate app stresses.
  4. Debugging information on your phone
  5. Complete control on the System application
  6. Complete control on system notifications and other things that come by default.

Choose Your android Version


 

Access Developer Options and Enable USB Debugging on Marshmallow

 

  1. Take Lolipop version Device (This does not apply to other versions)
  2. Settings   ->about devices -> Software info
  3. Find the build number and tap it 7 times. until appearing this message “You are under developer mode
  4. “The developer mode” will be enabled.
  5. No, On settings, you will be able to see the “developer options” too.
  6. There is an option Call “USB Debugging” Check it.
    To Enable, just check the box

Access Developer Options and Enable USB Debugging on Nougat 

 

  1. Take Nougat version Device  (This does not apply to other versions)
  2. Settings  ->about devices -> “Software info”
  3. Find the build number and tap it 7 times. until rising this message “You are under developer mode
  4. “Developer mode” will be enabled.
  5. Now On settings, you will be able to see the “developer options” too.
  6. There is an option Call “USB Debugging” Check it.
    To Enable, just check the box

 

Access Developer Options and Enable USB Debugging on oreo

 

 

  1. Take Oreo version Device  (This does not apply to other versions)
  2. Settings  ->about devices -> “Software info”
  3. Find the build number and tap it 7 times. until appearing this message “You are under developer mode
  4. “The developer mode” will be enabled.
  5. On settings, you will be able to see the developer options too.
  6. There is an option Call “USB Debugging” Check it.
    To Enable, just check the box

 

Access Developer Options and Enable USB Debugging on Pie

 

  1. Navigate: Settings  > Developer options.
    Note If not available, swipe up or down from the center of the display then navigate: Settings > About phone > Software information then tap Build number seven times.
    Note If presented, enter the current PIN, password or pattern.
  2. Ensure that the Developer options switch (upper-right) is turned on .
  3. From the Debugging section, tap USB debugging to turn on or off.
  4. If prompted, tap OK to confirm.

 


Access Developer Options and Enable USB Debugging on Android 10

 

  1. Navigate: Settings  > Developer options.
    Note If not available, swipe up or down from the center of the display then navigate: Settings > About phone > Software information then tap Build number seven times.
    Note If presented, enter the current PIN, password or pattern.
  2. Ensure that the Developer options switch (upper-right) is turned on .
  3. From the Debugging section, tap USB debugging to turn on or off.
  4. If prompted, tap OK to confirm.

 

Enabling Developer Options on LG Devices:

  • Go to “Settings” on Oreo Device.
  • Scroll Down & Select “About Phone” will lead to software information.
  • Scroll Down & Select “Build number” and tap it 8 times.
  • Return to “settings” screen, you will be able to see the developer options too.
  • From “Developer Option” Click “USB Debugging” & Check it. To disable, just uncheck the box

Enable USB Debugging Mode


 

Enabling Developer Options on HTC Devices:

  • Go to “Settings” on the Oreo Device.
  • Scroll Down & Select “About Phone” will lead to software information.
  • Scroll Down & Select “Build number” and tap it 8 times.
  • Return to “settings” screen, you will be able to see the developer options too.
  • From “Developer Option” Click “USB Debugging” & Check it. To disable, just uncheck the box

Enable USB Debugging Mode

 



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