In this guide, we will explain you on How to Enable USB Debugging on Galaxy Note 8. Google has hidden this option since the release of Android 4.2 jelly bean. For ordinary users, it can create confusions or may be a bunch of useless option. Therefore, normal users cannot access it. To Enable this option first, you need to enable the developer option on your Galaxy Note 8. After that, you can follow this guide to enable USB Debugging on Galaxy Note 8.
With USB debugging on Galaxy Note 8, you can transfer data from Android to a computer or install an application with much conveniences. However when you buy any new smartphone from any brand, by default USB debugging is turned off. You need to enable it manually. This option is hidden in Settings Menu, Under the developer option. After enabling USB debugging, you can connect your Galaxy Note 8 to PC so as to back up data from devices or you can sideload or install TWRP Recovery.
What are the Uses of USB Debugging?
- You can sideload app or data to PC or phone.
- Transfer data
- ADB and Fastboot Options can be enabled.
- Unlocking Bootloader is possible
- You can install Custom Recovery.
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Steps to Enable USB Debugging on Galaxy Note 8
- First of all, you need to enable Developer option on Galaxy Note 8.
- Once you enable, you will have a new menu, which was hidden by Google known as Developer option.’
- Now open the developer option and look for USB debugging.
- Turn on the USB debugging option on Galaxy Note 8.
- Turn it on and confirm your action on the pop-up window.
- That’s it! You have successfully enabled USB debugging on your phone.