How to Enable USB Debugging on an Android Device
How to Enable USB Debugging on an Android Device

 

What is USB Debugging and what is it for?

Before we start, we’ll explain what USB debugging mode is or “USB Debugging” in English.

The USB debugging is intended primarily for developers of Android. It is the way our device has to open all access to our computer, that is, the Android SDK.

Let’s say that it opens the door so that from our computer we can interact with the interior of our terminal, we are not talking about copying music folders, which we can also, but we will not enter into that.

Once we have explained what the USB debug mode is about, we will explain how to activate it.

IMPORTANT: To clarify before all that during the process that we are going to do next, the guarantee of your device is not in danger at all.

Steps to enable USB debugging on Android 4.4 and higher

Menu> Settings> About the device (About phone or tablet)> Build number (Click on the number 4-8 times until a message tells you that it has already become a developer)> Return to Settings> Unlock Options Developer> Check USB Debugging.

2. Steps to enable USB debugging on Android 4.2 – 4.3

Menu> Settings> More> About the device> Build number (click 7 times)> Developer options> USB debugging> OK

3. Steps to enable USB debugging on Android 4.0 – 4.1

Settings> Unlock Development options> USB debugging> OK

Steps to enable USB debugging on Android 1.6 – 3.2

Settings> Applications> Development> USB Debugging> Yes

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