In most Android phones, the USB debugging setting is usually disabled. However, to perform some tasks, sometimes this feature needs to be activated. That's why in this tutorial we will show you how to enable / disable the Android USB debugging option and what is its unique feature.
To clarify, here are three parts:
- Part 1: How to Enable Android USB Debugging
- Part 2: The role of USB debugging
- Part 3: How to disable Android USB debugging
Part 1: How to Enable Android USB Debugging
Due to the large amount of Android models, we will not set many examples. So here we just take Samsung S7 edge with Android 7.0 as an example. But do not worry about how to enable Android USB debugging is basically identified. And we are sure that you can handle the little nuance given by different brands easily.
1) Enter " Settings "> " Device Information "> " Software Info "
2) seven times in a row, press the " build number "
3) Back to " Settings "
4) Press " Developer Options "> " USB Debugging "
Part 2: The role of USB debugging
If we want to connect our Android phone to the computer and transfer data together, in this case, the activation of the USB debugging is needed. We can also say that Android USB debugging makes it easier to control our devices.
Part 3: How to disable Android USB debugging
In general, we can set the USB debugging disabled option when not in use. But if you want to disable the "developer options", then you can also do the following:
1) Go to " Settings "> " Applications "
2) Then select " All apps "
3) In the application list, find " Settings " and select them.
4) Then go to "Memory" and press " DELETE FILES " and " EMPTY CACHE "
Then you will realize that "developer options" has disappeared.
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