How to Enable Developer Options in your Samsung Galaxy Note 8

If you are here, then you probably want to Enable developer option on your Galaxy Note 8. Google has cleverly hidden this option from the average users since Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. This option is useful for developers who want to do certain things with the phone. Developer settings are useful if you are finally decided to root your phone and install a custom ROM, or maybe you want to sideload an app from your computer. So well, Today we will help you to enable developer options in your Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

Well, Like I said Google has hidden this option under the settings menu. So to enable the developer options in your Samsung Galaxy Note 8, so here you will learn to get them back. Follow this step by step guide to Enable Developer Options in your Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

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So before jumping into the guide, let’s learn what are their uses.

  • Developer option is useful for APP developers.
  • To Sideload any app or files from the computer.
  • To unlock Bootloader on your Galaxy Note 8.
  • Installing TWRP Recovery.
  • You can install Custom ROM.

How to Enable Developer Options in your Samsung Galaxy Note 8

As we said, Developer option is hidden in the settings menu, so to enable you to need to follow this below steps.

How to Enable Developer Options in your Samsung Galaxy Note 8

  1. First of all, Open the drawer, Find the Settings icon.
  2. Now scroll down below until you see About Phone.
  3. Open the Software info in the settings.
  4. Now look for build number.
  5. Tap on build number 7-9 times (a small pop up notification should appear saying “you are now X steps away from being a developer”).
  6. Now tap until you see a message saying “developer option activated”.How to Enable Developer Options in your Samsung Galaxy S8
  7. That’s it! Your developer option has been activated now.

Now you can enjoy developer option on your Galaxy Note 8.

Comments

  1. Thank you for this important information.
    In the 21st Century, one should certainly be able to exorcise Google from one’s phone. Google should be able to control only that part of my phone for which they have actually paid, which to the best of my bank card’s knowledge is exactly none. I choose to do whatever I can to avoid being either a client, or an unwitting product, of Google.

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