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How to Enable USB Debugging on Android Device?

Have no idea how to enable USB debugging on your Android device, or not sure whether you have enabled USB debugging on your Android phone or not? Don't worry, you will be clear after reading this guide.

Part 1. How to Enable USB Debugging on Android According to Android Brands
Part 2. How to Enable USB Debugging on Android According to Android System
Part 3. Contact Us for Further Assistance

Part 1. How to Enable USB Debugging on Android According to Android Brands

In accordance with the Android phone brands, you can turn on USB debugging mode on Samsung, Huawei, HTC, LG, Motorola with the following corresponding guide:

Enable USB debugging on Samsung >>

Turn on USB debugging on Huawei >>

Enable USB debugging on Xiaomi >>

Open USB debugging on LG >>

Enable USB debugging on Motorola >>

Switch on USB debugging on HTC >>

Part 2. How to Enable USB Debugging on Android Device According to Android System

Since the way to enable USB debugging mode is different in different Android version, please check Android version on your device at first: Go to "Settings" > "About device" > ("Software info") > "Android version". Then refer to the corresponding guide below according to your Android version.

- For Android 6.0 or above:

Step 1. Enter "Settings", if you can see "Developer options", please skip to the next step; if not, please tap "About phone" > "Software information" > tap "Build number" 7 times in rapid succession and back to the Settings page, then you might see "Developer options" appears.

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Step 2. Tap "Developer options" > turn on "Developer Options" and "USB debugging" > tap "OK" to allow USB debugging.

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Step 3. Select "USB Configuration" on Developer Options page > choose "MTP (Media Transfer Protocol). If MTP option doesn't work, try RNDIS (USB Ethernet), Audio Source or MIDI instead.

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- For Android 4.2-5.0:

Step 1. Enter "Settings", if you can see "Developer options", please skip to the next step; if not, please tap "About device" > tap "Build number" 7 times in rapid succession and back to the Settings page, then you might find it.

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Step 2. Tap "Developer options" > turn on "Developer Options" and "usb debugging".

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For Android 3.0-4.1:

Go to "Settings" > "Developer Options" > "USB debugging" and turn it on.

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For Android 2.1-2.3:

Go to "Settings" > "Applications" > "Development" > "USB debugging" and switch it on.

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Part 3. Contact Us for Further Assistance

If you need more help, please don't hesitate to contact us via email at support@coolmuster.com with your following information:

(1) What's your Android device's brand, model, and OS version?

(2) Describe your problems in details.

(3) Send us some screenshots to show the problems.

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For more problems about Coolmuster products on use, installation and connection, please go to the Product FAQs page and open the related product's FAQs to find the solutions you need.

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