Looking to enable developer mode in your android mobile? Here’s how you can do it in a couple of easy steps:

Open Settings

Tap “About Device” or “About Phone”

Scroll Down and tap “ Build Number” seven times.

In some versions of android, you may need to tap “Software Information” then tap “Build Number” seven times.

Enter your phone password or pin to continue.

The “Developer Options” will now be visible in the main “Settings” menu under the “About Phone”.

If you want to disable “Developer Options” then toggle the switch to off next to it.

Enabling “Developer Options” in the main “Settings” menu, lets you configure systems behaviors. This helps in profiling debugging your apps performances. You can do several advanced options when you have enabled “Developer Options” such as

Enable USB debugging

Log bug reports

Enable visual feedback for apps

Flash windows

By default, the “Developer Options” menu is hidden in most Android Phones.

Note: Different versions of Android will have different developer options.

Here is a video that you can watch to enable developer mode options in android phones.

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Kevin · May 12, 2022 at 3:37 pm

tried so many methods
none of them work
had to throw away my android, switched to iphone now

Claudia Palmer · August 30, 2022 at 4:19 am

looks good
enough for dummies also

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