Tuesday, 1 October 2013

How to enable USB debugging on Android Device

How to enable USB debugging on your latest Android device?

The USB debugging option is not enabled by default on any Android device.
The enable USB debugging you must first have "Developer options" under the SYSTEM section in your Settings.

Steps to enable Developer options:
  • Open your device Settings.
  • Once the Settings menu is open scroll to the bottom to find the SYSTEM section.
  • Click on the "About phone/tablet" option.
  • The last option in "About phone/tablet" menu will be "Build Number", keep clicking on it till you get a "You are a developer!" message.
  • This will enable the "Developer options" under the SYSTEM section.

Now that you have "Developer options" under the SYSTEM section in Settings you may proceed to enable USB debugging.
  • Open the "Developer options" menu by clicking on it.
  • Check the "USB debugging" check box under the "DEBUGGING" section.

Congratulations, you have successfully enabled USB debugging on your Android device!

Note: The primary function of the USB debugging mode is to facilitate a connection between an Android device and a computer with Android SDK (software development kit).

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