Enable USB Debugging on Android without Touching Screen
USB debugging is a way to facilitate a connection between your Android device and a computer, so that you can access the phone memory and manage/transfer Android phone data on the computer. Generally speaking, you can enable USB debugging on Android in a few simple steps. But there are some times when your Android phone's screen goes wrong, and you can not unlock the phone to enable USB debugging. Don't worry, here are tips and tricks you can follow to access an Android phone with broken or unresponsive screen, so that you can recover important data.
If your Android phone's screen is broken but you can still see the display, you can enable USB debugging by using a USB OTG and a mouse to deal with the phone. But the first thing is that you must make sure your Android phone supports the OTG.
Tips: Here is a guide telling you how to recover Samsung data without USB debugging.
Step 1. Connect your Android phone with a mouse with the help of a workable OTG adapter.
Step 2. Click the mouse to unlock your Android phone. Then, go to Settings to turn on USB debugging.
Step 3. Connect this Android phone to computer and wait until it is detected by the computer as an external drive.
Step 4. Go to click the file folders of your Android phone from the computer. Then, copy the data you need to the computer.
Can we open USB debugging on Android device from a computer? The answer are various on different forums.
* If you have enough knowledge about codes and computer, you can use fastboot, ADB command or terminal to enable USB debugging for your Android on computer directly.
* If you don't know much about ADB, fastboot and command, it would be dangerous for you to enable Android USB debugging on computer. That's because it is risky to follow tutorials on forums with ADB or other tools if you are not a techie and you are likely to end up bricking your Android phone and turning it into a total garbage.