Are you going to install a custom ROM? Are you going to root your phone? Do you want to manage your android with the computer?
If you want to do any one of the above, then you should enable USB debugging on android. It is the first step required for all the above-mentioned situations. Let’s check it out the steps to enable USB debugging on the android (lollipop, kit kat and jelly bean (4.2 and later)).
Steps to Enable USB Debugging on Android
- Navigate to settings > about phone
- Tap the build number option for 7 times. You’ll see a notification stating “you are now a developer”.
- Again, go to settings option.
- Tap on the developer options.
- Enable USB debugging option. Tap ok for the confirmation message.
That’s it. The USB debugging is successfully enabled on your android phone.
I recommend you to enable this option on demand. You can enable or disable USB debugging in future without tapping the build number.
If you tap the build number again, you can see a message stating that you are already a developer (The images may differ from your handset).
I hope that the information in this post is useful for you to enable USB debugging on android. If you’ve any related queries, feel free to ask me in the comments section.
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