Tuesday, December 18, 2018

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How To Enable / Disable USB Debugging - Complete Tutorial

You must enable USB debugging on your Android device to perform various system related task such as unlocking, rooting or installing custom recovery. In some cases you may require to enable it to transfer files between your PC and Android devices (smartphone, tablet etc.).

Various Android versions comes with different ways to enable it. I will discuss most of the version for you.

How To Enable / Disable USB Debugging On Android Devices

Android 2.0 - 2.3.x

First open Settings, then Applications and then Development. After that tap on checkbox beside USB debugging.

Android 3.0 - 4.1.x

First open Settings, then Developer options. Turn on Developer options and then tap on USB debugging. A warning box pop-up, just tap on OK button.

Android 4.2.x and higher

First open Settings, then go to 'About phone' or 'About tablet' (depending on your device). Find Build number field. Now constantly tap on Build number field until you see "You are now a developer!" message. After that, tap the Back button and you'll see the Developer options menu under System on your Settings screen.

Now open Developer options and then tap on the checkbox located beside USB debugging.

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  1. Literally, you have just saved me because if I won’t be able to get this information, I would have failed my course because I was not able to enable my USB debugging mode and I had to transfer my research article for publication. Later, your post helped me to complete this process.