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How to Enable USB Debugging on Android

Athryn Mitchell

Mobile phone analyst, Editor-in-Chief of TransPhone. Find more on her Fackbook or Google+.

In order to create Android apps or run diagnostics on your device, you will need to set up your phone and enable USB debugging mode. Enabling USB debugging is the very first step for you to install ROMs, root, or any other kinds of hacking the Android.

Before everything starts, let me clarify what USB debugging is. USB debugging is a feature opened up to developers to directly access to the Android system. With all this in mind – whether you are a going to flash a custom ROM into your Android phone, or need to root your phone to get more control authority. And here is how to enable USB debugging on different versions of Android.

How to Switch on USB Debugging Mode on Android

Different versions of Android come different ways to enable USB debugging. Before follow procedure below, please confirm your Android version.

1 For Android 5.0 Lollipop
Enable USB debugging on Android 5.0
Enable USB debugging on Android 5.0
2 For Android OS 4.2 or later
Enable USB debugging on Android 4.2
3 For Android OS 4.0~4.1
Enable USB debugging on Android 2.0
4 For Android OS 2.X
Enable USB debugging on Android 2.0
After enabling the USB debugging, you may connect your mobile phone to computer and manage your data such as music, text messages, contacts and videos as you like.

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