Enabling USB debugging mode is a must if you want a smooth communication between our computer and smartphone while it is connected via power cord. This feature is mandatory if you want to perform Fastboot operations through a command window on your smartphone.
Google has hidden the entire developer section in your very smartphone from Android 4.2.2 KitKat onwards keeping in mind the sensitivity of the said feature. We will give you a step-by-step guide for enabling, first the developer option and then USB debugging mode. These steps will help the users of Android KitKat, Lollipop, Marshmallow and Nougat.
How to enable USB debugging mode in Android:
1 Go to settings and tap on ‘About device.’
2 Go to Software info >> Build number and tap on the found build number for seven times.
3 This will bring out the developer option in Settings.
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4 Tap on ‘Developer options’ in Settings menu and scroll down to ‘USB debugging’.
5 Enable this option and connect your smartphone with your computer.
6 Allow the connecting of your smartphone with the PC as it will appear on your phone screen.