Android allows user to debug or modify the code by executing commands through Android SDK. You can do many things with command line like taking screenshots, creating backup of files, Logs, Test unofficial apps etc. This is normally not allowed until your enable USB debugging on your Android device. When you are flashing firmware through Odin or custom recovery or your are executing a bat file or using some tool to root your Device, you will need to enable USB debugging. We have created a small Tutorial to help your with enabling USB debugging correctly.
Procedure to Enable USB Debugging in Android 4.0 Phones
Enabling USB Debugging in Android 4.0 is very simple. Just read below carefully to understand them properly.
Step1: First of all from your respective phone open “Menu”, from here select “Settings”.
Step2: Now, from the Settings menu go to “Developer options”.
Step3: Next, check that the checkbox beside “USB Debugging” is checked or not.
That’s it; USB Debugging has been enabled in your respective device.
How to Enable USB Debugging in Android 2.3 Phones
Enabling USB Debugging in Android 2.3 version phones are difficult than Android 4.0 version phones. But, it is not so hard that users will need others help. It is just placed deep and you have to face series of menus to find USB Debugging. Carefully the below steps and you will easily find the options.
Step1: Firstly, go to “Settings” from the main menu.
Step2: Next, click on “Applications”.
Step3: Now, click on “Development”.
Step4: From here see that the checkbox beside USB Debugging is checked or not.
Hurray! You’ve easily enabled USB Debugging in your respective Android 2.3 phone. Let us know if you have any difficulties regarding this article or any other problem, we are here to help you always.