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            How to enable USB debugging

            Android 4.2 and higher 

            The USB Debugging is in the “Developer Options” menu item, but it is hidden, you need to reveal it first:
            1. Go to Settings -> About Phone.
            2. Go to “Build Number” at the end of the Scroll list.
            3. Tap on “Build Number” ("Android version" for some devices) repeatedly 7 times. On your third tap you should see message indicating that you only have 4 more taps to go to ‘become a developer’.
            4. Go back to the Setting page. You should see Developer Option menu item in your setting list now.
            5. Open Developer Options and check USB debugging -> ON

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            1. Go to Settings on your phone.


            2. Choose "General" in the Settings bookmarks.



            3. Go to About phone section.


            4. Go to Software info


            5. Tap 7 times on "Build number" and you should see following message


            6. Go back and scroll down to find the "Developer Options".


            7. Click on the "USB debugging" option and confirm message which appear on the screen


            Android 4

            Simply go to Settings -> Developer options and enable USB debugging

            Android 2.3

            Go to Settings -> Applications -> Development and enable USB debugging


             

            Updated: 14 May 2017 10:07 AM
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