Android is a user-friendly operating system, but it has some hidden features on the Developer options menu. One of the most familiar Android developers feature is USB Debugging.

How to Enable USB Debugging on Android

USB Debugging feature in android allows the device to connect with the computer. This feature allows the user to transfer information, copy data and install the app between your smartphone and computer. It helps the developers to test the programming software and find problems in Software Development Kit(SDK).

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Steps to Enable USB Debugging on Android

Follow the instructions given below to enable USB Debugging on an Android device.

Step 1: To unlock the USB Debugging in Developers option, go to Settings.

Enable USB Debugging on Android

Step 2: Select the About Phone option.

Step 3: Tap the Built Number (7- 10 times) if the device has an old android version.

Enable USB Debugging on Android devices

Tap the MIMU version (7- 10 times) on the latest Android version, then click the Back option and scroll down to select the Additional Settings option.

Step 4: Select the Developer option and click allow.

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Step 5: Scroll down to select the USB Debugging option.

Step 6: Finally, Click OK to enable USB Debugging.


Once you got the USB Debugging connected notification, you have to select “Revoke USB debugging authorizations” to revoke all previously accessed computers.

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