USB debugging mode is a critical function on a phone. Almost all the operations related with data can be achieved only after the user had enabled USB debugging. Only with USB debugging can you retrieve data from a computer, transfer or copy data to a computer, read the data and records on your phone and even more, install application on your device. However, many new Android phones are bought with an unable USB debugging disable. So you have better enable USB debugging as soon as you buy a new Android phone for convenience. It will help you a lot back up data from device to computer and drop files on the phone as well. Don't worry about how to do it, the following passage is going to tell you how to enable USB debugging in HTC, Samsung, Motorola, Google Nexus, Sony Xperia, Lenovo, LG, Huawei and so on. HTC one USB debugging is including.
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Part 1. Android 5.0 Lollipop to Android 5.1.1
Firstly, tap "Setting" > "About Phone" > "Build number", then tap it seven times to call for the note "You are now a developer!"
Now return to "Setting" screen. Tap "Setting" > "Developer Options" > "USB Debugging". Finally press the "OK" option.
Part 2. Android 4.2 Jelly Bean to Android 4.4.4
Find out "Setting" option and tap it. Move to "About Phone" screen and tap "Build number" 7 times till a signal telling "You are under developer mode!"
Go back to the "Setting" screen and tap "Developer Options" > "USB Debugging".
Part 3. Android 3.0 Honeycomb to 4.1 Jelly Bean
Tap "Setting" and "Developer Options", then tap the box next to "USB Debugging". It allows you to connect your device to computer before you have enabled USB debugging.
Part 4. Android 2.3 Gingerbread or Earlier
Tap "Setting" > "Application" > "Development" > "USB debugging".
Do you know how to enable your USB debugging now? With this guide, isn't it very easy? But if you still don't know how to enable USB debugging, just contact us, we can help you.