In this post, you’ll see the steps to unhide and enable Developer options in Android. Keep in mind that it is hidden by default.
In this instance, I’m using Android 10. Let’s get started.
How to Enable Developer Options in Android
Open the Settings app.
Hit “About phone.”
Now, you can see “Build number” at the bottom. Tap on it seven times.
You need to provide the “Screen lock” method of your device. In our instance, it’s a password. Provide it.
Now, you can see a toast notification stating, “You are now a developer!”
Hit the “Back” button.
Tap System > Advanced.
You can see “Developer options” which is between “Multiple users” and “System updates.” Tap on it.
Note that the “Developer options” is enabled by default.
How to Disable Developer Options
Tap the “Developer options.”
Disable the switch at the top.
Remember that when you disable Developer options, it’ll go back to its hidden state.
Read: How to Enable USB Debugging in Android