USB debugging on Android can be useful for many things. Installing a custom ROM could be the most common reason of why people want to enable USB debugging. There are many other reasons also that could make you enable this option. Without saying more, here’s how to do it.


How to enable USB debugging

USB debugging option will always be found in your settings, but its location will depends on your phone’s manufacturer and your Android version. Here’s a short list of where that option could be located:

Gingerbread (Android 2.3)

Settings > Applications > Development > USB Debugging

Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0)

Settings > Developer Options > USB Debugging

Jellybean (Android 4.1)

Settings > Developer Options > USB Debugging

If you have a Samsung Galaxy S3 & +

If you have a Samsung Galaxy S3 and more, there will be no Developper Options menu. In order to turn your debugging options on, you will need to go into Settings > More > About device and then press your build number 8 times. It will then makes appear the Developper Option menu in the More section. From there, you will be able to enable the USB Debugging option.


And there you go!

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