Android Data Recovery
How to Enable USB Debugging on Android Phone
Now the passage will be divided into 4 parts so as to show you the way to enable USB debugging for three different versions of Android operating system.
Please jump to: Android 5.0 to 7.0, Android 4.2 or Newer, Android 3.0 to 4.1, Android 2.3 or Earlier
Now, I will take a Samsung device as an example to show you the way to enable USB debugging with newer Android version.
Device Model Information:
Device Name: Samsung Galaxy S7 edge
Model Number: SM-G9350
Android Version: 7.0
Step 1 Open "Apps" on the home screen and select "Settings" app.
Step 2 Scroll down to the bottom and then tap on "Develop options".
Step 3 On the interface, you need to firstly swift on the button on the top. Then continue to scroll down the screen until you can see the "USB debugging" option. Turn it on and confirm your action on the pop-up window.
Step 1. Enter "Settings", then, click "About Phone".
Step 2. Tap "Build number" for 7 times until you get a note "You are under developer mode".
Step 3. Then back to "Setting", then, click "Developer options".
Step 4. The last step, tick "USB debugging"
That's it. The steps are quite simple, isn't it? You can try it by yourself. You'll find it useful if you have tried.