This does more than the previous explained act as there are some non-development related benefits that can grant you access to have control over your device. For instance, the Android SDK grant you direct access to your phone through your PC and this allows you to run terminal commands using ADB or other things beyond reasonable doubt.
These terminal commands can serve as an assistance in restoring bricked phone and that makes this mode more useful to advance android user or android owner.
This tutorial is simply on how to enable “USB Debugging” mode on any Android Smartphone, the method is usually compatible with old and new Samsung tablet/smartphones, Infinix, Gionee and Tecno smartphones that are running on Android 5.0, 5.0.1 Lollipop, Android 6.0 or 6.0.1 Marshmallow, Android 7.0, 7.1.1, 7.1.2 Nougat and the latest OS, Android 8.0 Oreo etc.
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Below is How To Enable USB Debugging On Any Device Running On Android Lollipop 5.0 or Higher Versions
>>1. Firstly, open your app menu and tap on “Settings”.
>>2. Proceed from app drawer, look for “Developer options” by simply scrolling below on the settings menu.
>>3. If probably you didn’t found, then find and tap on “About device”.
>>4. In the same page tap on the “Build number” more than 7 times to enable the “Developer Options”.
>>5. Once enabled simply go back to the main Settings Menu and right in there you will be able to view the “Developer options” near to “About device”.
>>6. New proceed by clicking on “Developer options” and you will be able to view similar page compare to the previous one.
>>7. Directly from the above page you can either enable or disable the “USB Debugging” by just checking or unchecking the white square box.
>>8. Note you will get a warning alert text “Allow USB Debugging”. Tap “Enable” at the pop up to confirm.
That’s all on How to Enable USB Debugging on Android Devices. Hope it was helpful?