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Old 11-02-2013, 19:15   #48 (permalink)
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how to enable USB debugging?

how to enable USB debugging?

As for enabling USB debugging in Android 2.3 or newer can be done by..
  1. Open the Settings.
  2. Now tap on “Applications”.
  3. And then go to “Development”.
  4. Check the option: “USB debugging”
As for enabling USB debugging in Android 4.0 or newer can be done by...

  1. Open the Settings.
  2. Search then Tap on “Developer options”.
  3. Check the option: “USB debugging”.
As for enabling USB debugging in Android 4.2 or newer can be done by...

  1. Open Settings > About.
  2. Go to “Build Number” at the end of the Scroll list.
  3. Tap that “Build Number” repeatedly for 7 times. But on the third tap, you will be presented with a message saying you only 4 more taps to be a developer. Therefore continue tapping till "Hooray, you are now a ‘Developer’ appears, at this phase the go back to Setting page.
  4. Now Developer Option will be included in setting list of yours now.
  5. Launch Developer Options, then check USB debugging > Ok. Done!
Once it's enabled you, even as non-developer you will get a level of access over your device to give you bigger freedom in controlling your device.




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