Enable USB Debugging on Android devices
Android is the most popular and most used operating system in the world. The number of available for free on the Play store is a reason but another aspect of it is the easiness to access the different developer settings in Android devices. One of them is the USB debugging settings, which is intended for development purpose and the computer and mobile device and install apps on the device without notification and read log data and also to use the ADB commands. Enabling USB debugging is the easy process, you just need to turn it on, and connect the device to the PC, and that’s it. And there is no risk for any type of damages to the device files, and also no risk of voiding device warranty. For more explanation, here, we have discussed the steps of, how to enable USB Debugging on Android devices.
How to enable USB Debugging on Android devices
STEP 1 –
Firstly, you need to go to the Developer Options on your Android device. To do this, first of all, go the device settings, and here scroll down to find About Device and simply tap Build Number 7 times to enter enable the developer options. If done correctly, you will be informed that you’re now a developer.
STEP 2 –
Now you need to enter the developer settings, for this simply open the device settings and scroll down to find the Developer Option. Here, find and select the ‘USB Debugging’ option, simply tap on the slider button.
STEP 3 –
As soon as you enable USB debugging on your device, a warning message prompt will appear. You can tap OK to continue, and don’t worry no major problem will occur on the device.
STEP 4 –
After the above-mentioned steps are done, you need to turn to a PV to enable USB debugging. To start with this, firstly connect your Android device to the PC, make sure that the USB debugging is enabled on the Android device.
STEP 5 –
After connecting the device to the PC, a pop-up will appear on the screen asking permission to allow connection between the Android device and the PC over ADB. Simply tap OK to permit the connection and continue.
If you have done the all above mentioned steps for the procedure of how to enable USB debugging, you are all set to give commands to the USB debugging enabled Android device using command window on PC.
ADB commands that can be used –
- adb devices — confirms ADB is working.
- adb reboot — restarts your device.
- adb reboot bootloader — boots your device into bootloader mode (download mode for Samsung devices).
- adb reboot recovery — boots your device into recovery mode.
- fastboot devices — confirms whether fastboot is working (to reach fastboot mode, run the adb reboot bootloader command).
- adb install — install apps on device without read log data.
- fastboot flashing unlock — unlocks your bootloader.
- adb push — move a file onto your Android device programmatically.
So, this is all about the steps for, how to enable USB Debugging on Android devices. If you are having any queries, feel free to ask in the comments section below.