USB Debugging is a very common and in fact an easy approach that a lot of Android lovers prefer these days on their devices. Actually, it helps them take their device beyond a limit and experience some amazing tasks that are restricted by the OS or by the manufacturer. In this post, I will guide you on how to enable USB debugging on any Android device.
The very first thing you need to keep in your mind is enabling USB debugging is necessary for using Android Debug commands. Enabling the same is not at all a big deal. You simply need to unlock the developer option on the phone you are using. One of the common misconceptions among Android users is enabling USB debugging will void device’s warranty which is not true. Warranty is affected only when you unlock the device using fastboot or other similar commands. However, it depends on the manufacturer and thus you must make sure about it before you proceed. So here is what you need to do.
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Steps to Enable USB Debugging On Any Android Device
For enabling the USB debugging on your device, go to the device “Settings” first and then scroll down. You will find an option “About Device”. Next is to tap into the “build number” 7 times. You will get a message on the screen “you are now a developer”. This will actually unlock the developer options.
Once you are done, go back to the main “Settings” again and scroll down to find “Developers options”. Click on same and scroll down again to find “USB Debugging”.
You just need to tap on its toggle button for enabling it. After this, you will see a warning message that appears in a popup window. Click Ok and allow the same. This will enable the USB debugging on your device.
If you want to connect your Android device to PC, create a USB connection simply. You will get a permission message on the screen. You now have your PC communicating easily with your device.
To test it, use the following commands
- adb reboot — restarts your device
- adb reboot recovery — boots your device into recovery mode
- adb devices — confirms ADB is working
I hope this guide was helpful to Enable USB Debugging On Any Android Device. Please leave a comment below if you have any queries or feedback.
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