How To Enable USB Debugging On Your Android Device?

If you are interested in creating Android apps or you want to run home diagnostic from your Android device, you will need to connect your phone with desktop or laptop computer. In order to do this, you will need to set up your Android device and enable USB Debugging Mode. This tutorial will show you how to do this accordingly from your Android options.

When you Android device is connected with your computer that is running Android SDK or maybe another diagnostic program, Debug Mode on your Android device can allow you to pull out all sort of importation about your phone. Here’s what you need to do in order to enable USB Debugging Mode on your device.

Step 1: Press “Home” button on your Android device or pull down the notification bar. Then tap on “Settings“.

Android Settings menu

Step 2: From “Settings” menu, under System section tap on “Developer options“.

Developer Options

Step 4: Now tap on check box next to “USB debugging” to enable it. You are done!

USB Debugging

You phone is now in Debug Mode and if you go to your notification bar you will find that under “Ongoing” section USB debugging connected is visible. Keep in mind that even if USB debug mode is enabled on your device, you can sell transfer files, images, music from your device to your computer.

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