How to Enable USB Debugging on Android Phone

ACCESS DEVELOPER OPTIONS AND ENABLE USB DEBUGGING (Kitkat, Lollipop, marshmallow, Nougat, Oreo) ACCESS DEVELOPER OPTIONS AND ENABLE USB DEBUGGING (Kitkat, Lollipop, marshmallow, Nougat, Oreo)

Enable USB Debugging on Android 1.3 – 4.1

Developer Options on Gingerbread (Android 2.3):

Settings> Applications> Development> USB Debugging

Developer Options on Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0):

Settings> Developer Options> USB Debugging

Developer Options on Jelly Bean (Android 4.1):

Settings> Developer Options> USB Debugging


Enable USB Debugging on kitkat

  1. Take kitkat version Device
  2. Settings ->about devices -> Software info
  3. Find the build number and tap it 7 times. until appear this message “You are under developer mode
  4. Developer mode will be enabled.
  5. On settings, you will be able to see the developer options too.
  6. There is a option Call “USB Debugging” Check it.
    To disable, just uncheck the box

Enable USB Debugging on Lollipop 

  1. Take Lolipop version Device
  2. Settings ->about devices -> Software info
  3. Find the build number and tap it 7 times. until appear this message “You are under developer mode
  4. Developer mode will be enabled.
  5. On settings, you will be able to see the developer options too.
  6. There is a option Call “USB Debugging” Check it.
    To disable, just uncheck the box

Enable USB Debugging on Marshmallow

  1. Take Lolipop version Device
  2. Settings ->about devices -> Software info
  3. Find the build number and tap it 7 times. until appear this message “You are under developer mode
  4. Developer mode will be enabled.
  5. On settings, you will be able to see the developer options too.
  6. There is a option Call “USB Debugging” Check it.
    To disable, just uncheck the box

Enable USB Debugging on Nougat 

 

  1. Take Nougat version Device
  2. Settings ->about devices -> Software info
  3. Find the build number and tap it 7 times. until appear this message “You are under developer mode
  4. Developer mode will be enabled.
  5. On settings, you will be able to see the developer options too.
  6. There is a option Call “USB Debugging” Check it.
    To disable, just uncheck the box

Enable USB Debugging on oreo

 

  1. Take Oreo version Device
  2. Settings ->about devices -> Software info
  3. Find the build number and tap it 7 times. until appear this message “You are under developer mode
  4. Developer mode will be enabled.
  5. On settings, you will be able to see the developer options too.
  6. There is a option Call “USB Debugging” Check it.
    To disable, just uncheck the box

 


Enabling Developer options in LG devices:

  1. Settings ->about devices -> Software info
  2. Browse to build number and tap it 8 times.

Enabling Developer options in HTC devices:

  1. Settings -> About -> Software information -> more
  2. Tap Build number 7 times.
  3. Go back to settings; you will see the developer options there.
  4. Turn on the USB debugging now.

 



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5 Comments on How to Enable USB Debugging on Android Phone

  1. Nikhil // at // Reply

    Build number push7 time but display message you are already developer

    • Ramikatz // at // Reply

      Then ok 🙂

  2. Jesus Cantu // at // Reply

    My SM-G355M Samsung Galaxy Core 2 died before I could get into developers mode and set the USB Debbuging mode on, now it is stucked at the logo screen… I can not enter recovery mode (vol+)+(Home)+(Power)… and try to flash it with a fresh original firmware and get into odin mode (vol-)+(power)+(home) and it goes into odin mode, my laptop (with drivers and Odin Installed) recognizes it and I can open firmware at PDA button, click on “start” but after some steps stops at “Kernel” and then comes “Fail”… I´ve tryied this about 10 times and every time is the same, what do you think is happening, what can I do ?

  3. maruf // at // Reply

    Build number push7 times or more but nothing to show.Is there any other way to enable developer option .

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