Today we will present you a tutorial on the enabling of USB Debugging on Android device. The first step of connecting an android device with pc/laptop is to enable USB debugging on it. The USB Debugging is vital for developers and for power users. Basically USB Debugging is the way through that you can transfer your data from your Android phone to the computer. After you have enabled USB Debugging on the android device both users and developers can be able to do many tasks such as flashing custom ROM, flash the custom recovery, install stock firmware, root your device and much more. It is very easy to enable USB debugging and you can do it within one minute.
Here in this blog, we will explain to you how to enable USB Debugging on Android devices. All the Android phones have this option available for enabling and disabling USB Debugging. But by default, it is disabled, because if it is already enabled this makes your device prone to attack in the case if your device is lost. So we strongly recommend you to always disable USB Debugging option, only enable it whenever you need to connect your phone to PC. The USB Debugging feature enabled will allow users to access all the advanced Android features when your Android phone is connected with a Laptop/ PC.
If you are an advanced Android user and mostly customize your device, then you must know about how to enable USB Debugging on Android devices. There are many advantages of enable USB Debugging and connecting your device to the PC such as you can unlock the bootloader, take a log of your phone or even your developed test live apps, you can take screenshots and so on. So if you wish to enable USB Debugging on your Android phone, then go ahead and follow the given instructions.
Instructions To Enable USB Debugging On Android Device :
- Open your device’s Settings menu
- Scroll down to About phone
- Tap on Build number about 7 times until you see a confirmation message
- Click the back button and you will see the Developer options menu appear at the bottom of the settings page
- Now tap on it and scroll down until you see USB debugging;
- press USB Debugging and hit Ok to enable it