How to enable USB debugging in Android
USB debugging is used for development purposes, it is needed when you connect your USB cable to your computer and Android for development.
Enabling USB debugging gives you more access to Android’s core.
USB debugging is needed for:
To test an apk software that you are coding for Android (find errors in that app and fix when enabled USB debugging)
To unbrick a bricked Android phone through terminal command
To grant root access
Run ADB commands etc
If you are a normal Android user, there is no need touch on these modes and settings.
Enabling USB Debugging in your Device Settings
Follow these instructions if you want enable USB debugging, remember these options will be different on your device, So you will need do some digging around the options of your settings to find these settings
Go to your phone Settings
Then select About device
Find “build number”
Tap or click on the build number repeatedly, around 5 times.
After you tap on it 5 times, the developer options menu will be unlocked
And now you will have access to developer options and USB debugging.
You can now go back to settings and see the developer options in there.
Turning On the USB Debugging
So now you have enabled the access to USB debug menu, now you need to turn on USB debugging, just enter to the developer options, and turn on the switch of USB debugging menu.
In some devices, there’s no need to enable developer options for enable USB debugging. For example, my Lenovo k4 note phone has USB debugging on the USB options menu that pops up every time when i connect my phone to PC.
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