How to enable USB debugging on Android?

You’ve probably heard a lot of times like USB debugging. For example, turning on USB debugging is usually necessary if you decide to get superuser mode on your device (the so-called ROOT rights). What kind of mode is this and how does it turn on?

What is USB debugging for??

The “USB debugging” mode is necessary in order to be able to check how the applications, the system work, what crashes occurred etc. Used to obtain root rights, during flashing, to check the system and even when connecting the device to a computer.

How to enable USB debugging mode on an Android smartphone?

The first thing you need to do is enable developer mode – that is where USB debugging is enabled. If this mode is already enabled on your smartphone or tablet, then go to the second part of the article.

Go to Settings.

We find the line “About phone” or “About device”, click on it.

Now attention! Find the item “Build number” and click on it 7 times – no more and no less!

If everything is done correctly, you will see the message “You have become a developer!”.

Please note that in rare cases, you need to click not on the “Assembly number”, but on another item. Such an exception are Xiaomi smartphones with MIUI firmware, where you have to click on the line “MIUI version”.

What’s next? Next, you need to open the main menu with the settings and make sure that the “For Developers” item appears here. We got it, as you can see in the screenshot below.

Go to the “For Developers” section and enable it if it is disabled.

Confirm mode activation.

Mode is on.

Find USB Debugging here and enable.

Now tap OK to confirm the action.

Video instruction

USB debugging enabled.

The message is also duplicated in the curtain.

That’s all for us..