How To Enable USB Debugging Option In Android USB Debugging Mode is the option to connect android phones to the computer directly via USB cable . In Technical terms we can say that it i...
2017-12-15T08:08:37Z

How To Enable USB Debugging Option In Android

USB Debugging Mode is the option to connect android phones to the computer directly via USB cable. In Technical terms we can say that it is the good source to establishing the connection between the Android Software Development Kit (ie.Android SDK) with an android based device.

Android USB Debugging mode

Enabling the USB Debugging option in android devices especially in smartphones is very important because without that you cannot root or update your Android device. If you are new to the android world probably you don’t know how to do that.

Why it is important


1. The USB Debugging mode is important if you want to root your android smartphone without having to use any command line as you can directly communicate with the programs.

2. It offer the full in-depth access to your android device with the help of Android SDK due to that you can do whatever you want on your android smartphone. For example: You can take the immediate screenshots, root your phone etc. In addition to that you can easily repair your android device without going to the service company.

3. It helps to synchronize the computer data and it’s contents to the android smartphone.

4. It is used for creating and testing the android apps before they launched in the market.

Where to Find USB Debugging option on Android Device


You can find this option on your android phone by going to the path Settings; then applications then development. There, you can find the USB Debugging mode option as given in the below image.

USB Debugging Mode

So, in this article I have decided to explain about how to Enable USB Debugging option in android Smartphones. Generally, the USB debugging option allows you to connect your android phones to the computer and use the android SDK along with it.

How To Enable USB Debugging Mode


By default this option is generally disabled and hidden. Therefore, if you want to enable the USB Debugging option you need to follow the instructions given below. I have given separate instructions for Android versions.

Enable USB Debugging In Android 2.3 Or Earlier Version


1. First go to “Settings“.

2. Their tap on the “Applications” option.

Enable USB Debugging Android 2.3

3. From there go to “Development“.

4. Now, you need to check the (tick) “USB Debugging” to enable it.

Enable USB Debugging In Android 4.0 Or Higher Version


1. Google has slightly changed this option on Android 4.0 version compared to the previous versions.

2. From the main menu, first go to the “Settings” in your android phone.

3.Scrolling down, you will be able to find the “Developer options“.

4.Tap that option now and you can see the “USB Debugging” option. Just enable it by taping on it.

Enable USB Debugging Mode In Android 4.2 Or Latest Versions (4.4, 5.0, 6.0, 7.0 etc)


1. In this version, Google has hidden the whole “Developer options” section for the users who are not much familiar to use developing tools.

2. So, to enable it go to “Settings” option.

3. From Settings go to “About” option.

4. From there go the “Build number“. You can find this at the end of the scroll.

5. Just tap that Build Number option repeatedly for 7 times. On the third tap, you will be presented with a message saying you have only 4 more taps to be a developer.

6. Continue to tap until you the message “Hooray, you are now a Developer“. At this phase, go back to the “Settings” page.

7. Now, you will be able to see the “Developer options“.

Enable USB Debugging Mode In Android 4.2

8. Launch the developer options, then check the “USB Debugging” option. Tap “OK“.

Once this option is enabled, even as a non-developer you can access this option over your device and you will get full freedom to control your android phone. There after you can easily root or update your android smartphone by following the appropriate procedure. Enjoy!
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