Enable USB Debugging Mode on Android

to Enable USB Debugging Mode on your Android phone you should know your android version before enable USB Debugging Mode, you can see the Android Version by Go to Applications >> Settings >> About Device, you should able to see it beneath android Version then you need to enable Developer Options in some android versions.
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Enable USB Debugging Mode on Android

This tutorial will show you how to Enable USB debugging on your Android phone :

How to Enable USB Debugging Mode on Android

a. How to enable USB debugging on Android 2.3 and earlier :

Go to Settings >> Applications >> Development >> USB Debugging.

b. How to enable USB debugging on Android 3.x to 4.1 :

Go to Settings >> Applications >> Development >> USB Debugging.
Step 1 : Enable Development Options by going to Settings >> Developer options then enable them
Step 2 : Now Scroll Down and Check USB Debugging.

c. How to enable USB debugging on Android 4.2.x or later :

Step 1 : Go to Settings >> About Phone >> scroll to the bottom >> tap Build number seven times; this message will appear “You are now 3 steps away from being a developer.”
Step 2 : Now go to Settings >> Developer Options >> Check USB Debugging

d. How to enable USB debugging on Android Lollipop 5.x or later :

Step 1 : Enable Development Options by going to Settings >> Developer options then enable them
Step 2 : Now Scroll Down and Check USB Debugging.

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How to Disable USB Debugging Mode on Android

Just uncheck USB debugging by Go to Settings >> Development Options

 

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Comments

  1. Manu

    Hi,
    A few days back i had enabled the USB debugging mode. I’ve forgot to disable it later. After a couple of days, apps use to appear on my phone even if i have deleted them. All this used to happen without my consent. Today i have some how found that this USB debugging was the problem and immediately turned it off.
    My question is i have read that USB debugging enables the intruders to obtain the phone log. I want to know whether i have been hacked these days?. I would also like to know the limitations of these intruders into my phone. Can they retrieve content like photos, Account details, videos etc?

    Thanks!

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