How to Enable USB Debugging on Android Phone

When you connect your Android device to Windows computer, it will ask you whether enable USB debugging or not. Only after you enable it, the computer will detect the Android device and load your data on the device. Otherwise, nothing will happen, only charging.

But, sometimes, it will not pop up a little window to remind you. That is because you close the USB debugging. This article will show you how to enable USB debug mode on different brands' Android phone and different Android versions.

Enable USB Debug Mode on Samsung Galaxy

Step 1. Click "Settings" and select "About phone". Find "Software information" and Tap "Build number" for 7 times. Then go back.

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Step 2. Go to "Developer options". Slide "ON" at the top and turn on "USB debugging" in the middle to ON.

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Enable USB Debug Mode on ONEPLUS

Step 1. Go to "Settings". Select "About phone and tap "Build number" for 7 times. Hit the Back button at the top.

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Step 2. Select "Developer options" > Slide "Developer options" and "Android debugging" to ON.

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Enable USB Debug Mode on Google Phone

Step 1. Go to "Settings". Tap "Build number" for 7 times in "About Phone". Hit the Back button at the bottom.

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Step 2. Select "Develop options" and turn on "USB debugging".

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Enable USB Debug Mode on HTC

Step 1. Go to "Settings" > Select "About" > Hit "Software information" > Hit "More" > Tap "Build number" for 7 times > Hit the Back button at the top.

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Step 2. Select "Developer options" > Slide "ON" at the top-right corner and turn on "USB debugging".

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Enable USB Debug Mode on HUAWEI Honor Series/Mate/P Series

Step 1. Go to "Settings" > Select "About phone". Hit "Build number" for 7 times.

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Step 2. Then go back and select "Developer options". Toggle on "Developer options" and "USB debugging".

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Enable USB Debug Mode on LG Phone

Step 1. Go to "Settings" on your LG phone > Select "About phone" > Tap "Software info" > Hit "Build number" for 7 times > Hit the Back button at the top-left.

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Step 2. To select "Developer options" > Toggle on "Developer options" on the top-right side > Toggle on "USB debugging" in the middle.

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Enable USB Debug Mode on Motorola

Step 1. Enter "Settings" and select "About phone". Hit "Build number" for 7 times. Then go back and Select "Developer options". Tick the box after "USB debugging" at the bottom.

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Enable USB Debug Mode on OPPO Phone

Step 1. Go to "Settings" and select "About phone". Hit "Version" for 7 times and go back. Select "Additional Settings".

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Step 2. Hit "Developer Options". Enter the verification code and hit "Use". Then turn on "Developer Options" and "USB Debugging".

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Enable USB Debug Mode on SONY Phone

Go to "Settings" and choose "About phone". Tap "Build number" for 7 times. Go back to slide "Developer options" at the top and "USB debugging" in the middle to ON.

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Enable USB Debug Mode on VIVO Phone

Step 1. Go to "Settings" on VIVO Phone > Select "More Settings" > "About" > Tap "Version".

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Step 2. Hit "Software version" for 7 times > Hit the Back button at the top > Select "Applications" > "Developer options" > "Development" > Slide "USB debugging" and "Allow mock locations" to ON.

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Enable USB Debug Mode on Xiaomi

Step 1. Go to "Settings" > Select "About phone > Tap "MIUI version" for 7 times > Hit the Back button at the top.

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Step 2. To select "Additional settings" > "Developer options" > Slide "Developer options" and "USB debugging" to ON.

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Enable USB Debug Mode on MEIZU

Step 1. Go to "Settings" > Select "About phone > Tap "Build number" for 7 times > Hit the Back button at the top.

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Step 2. Select "Accessibility" > Tap "Developer options" > Turn on "Enable developer options" and "USB debugging".

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Enable USB Debug Mode on Lenovo

Step 1. Go to "Settings" > Select "About phone > Tap "Device information" > Hit "Build number" for 7 times > Hit the Back button on the top.

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Step 2. Select "Developer options" > Slide "Developer options" and "USB debugging" to ON.

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Enable USB Debug Mode on ASUS

Step 1. Go to "Settings" > Select "About" > Tap "Software information" > Hit "Build number" for 7 times > Hit the Back button on the top.

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Step 2. Select "Developer options" > Tap "On" and turn on "USB debugging".

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Enable USB Debug Mode on Nokia

Step 1. Go to "Settings" on Nokia > Hit "System" > Select "About phone" > Tap "Build number" for 7 times > Hit the Back button at the top.

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Step 2. Find "Advanced" > "Developer options" > Enable "USB debugging".

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Enable USB Debug Mode on ZTE

Step 1. Go to "Settings" and select " Developer options". Hit "Build number" for 7 times and go back to the last interface. Then switch "Developer options" to ON > Toggle "USB debugging" to ON > Click "OK" in the Allow USB debugging screen.

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Enable USB Debugging on Android 4.2 or later

Go to "Settings" > "About phone". Then tap "Build number" for 7 times till "You are now a developer" pops up. Back to "Settings" and click "Developer options" > "USB debugging".

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Enable USB Debugging on Android 3.0 - 4.1

Go to "Settings" and tap "Developer options". Check "USB debugging"

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Enable USB Debugging on Android 2.3 or earlier

Go to "Settings". And tap "Applications". Choose "Development" in the menu and check "USB debugging".

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