Most of the customization now requires USB debugging mode to be enabled on your Android devices. If you noticed, this feature is not enabled by default in Android 4.2 and onwards. In previous version of Android you just had to go to settings and under developer option was the option to enable USB debugging tool. But now in latest Android versions Google decided to hide the developer option, so that users with little knowledge of Android Operating Systems can’t break their devices.
There are many articles on how to enable USB Debugging Mode and Unhide Developer Options in Android devices, but most of them are too confusing.
Below I’m showing you how to enable USB Debugging Mode and Unhide Developer Options with the help of screen shots:
1: In order to enable USB Debugging mode you first need to unhide Developer option, which is disabled by default. You can do so by going to Settings menu on your Android Lollipop or any other Android Device.
2: Now click About Phone menu at the bottom, in some Android devices you can find About menu under “More or General”. In most HTC Devices you will go to Settings > About > Software Information > More.
3: Scroll down to Build Number and Tap it 7 Times, once you complete the tapping process it will show you this message: “You are now a developer / Developer mode has been enabled”.
4: Now under your Settings menu, you’ll see the additional sub menu called “Developer Options”.
5: In this last step you’ll open Developer options and put a check mark on USB Debugging option which will enable USB Debugging tools on your device.
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