Most of the people want to use Android-powered smartphone devices. However, new users can not easily use the Android smartphone. New users take some time to learn some information about the device. So, this article is especially for those new Android smartphone users, who do not know how to Turn on USB Debugging on any smartphone.

If you want to Root your Android device, then the option of “USB Debugging” must be activated. This option will allow you to connect your smartphone device to the computer. Here, we will mention the procedure of activating the “USB Debugging” Mode for Android smartphone devices which is powered by different Android OS like 2.3, 4.0, and 4.2.

How to Enable USB Debugging In Any Android Devices

Enable Debugging Mode Android OS 2.3 or its Earlier Android OS Version

  • First of all, go to the “Settings” of your smartphone.
  • Then, select and tap on the option of “Applications”.
  • After going there, go to the option of “Development” under “Applications”.
  • In the “Development” option, tap on an option of “USB Debugging” to enable or activate it.

Now, we will mention some easy steps for enabling the ‘USB Debugging Mode” in the Android operating system 4.0 or higher Android version. But, in this version of Android OS, the developer has somewhat changed the “USB Debugging” option compared to the older Android version of 4.0.

Enable USB Debugging Android 4.0 or its Higher Android Version

  •  First, go to “Settings”, from the main menu of your Android device.
  • In “Settings”, scroll down the display to find and select the “Developer options”.
  • After selecting “Developer options”, you can see the option of “USB Debugging”. To activate the option of “USB Debugging”, just tap on it.


  • After knowing the procedure of activating the USB Debug mode in a smartphone device that is powered by 4.0 Android OS, now, we will describe the method of How to Activate USB Debug mode in the latest and newest Android OS version smartphone.

But, in the latest version of Android OS, the developer has hidden the “Developer Options”. If you are not able to get the Android developer mode option on your smartphone, you can activate it using the below method.

Activate the Android USB debugging option on OS 4.2 or the Latest and Newest Android OS Version (like 4.4 (KitKat), 5.0 (Lollipop) ):

  • First of all, go to the “Settings” of your smartphone device.
  • Now, go to the option of “About”, under the “Settings”.
  • After going there, scroll down the display and find an option of “Build number”.
  • Now, tap on the “Build number” constantly for 7 times. When you tap for the third time, then you will get a message with the instruction of you have 4 taps to be a developer.
  • Tap on that option, again and again, time until you will get a message as “Hooray, you are now a Developer”.
  • After that, go back to “Settings”.
  • After doing the entire process which is mentioned above, you can see the “Developer options”.
  • Now, open the “Developer options”, then tap on the “USB Debugging” option to activate it.

USB Debugging Option in Android device

So, with the help of the above information about the procedure of enabling the “USB Debug mode” option or mode, you can activate your smartphone device with any Android operating system. Now if you want to know How to Disable USB Debugging on Android, all you need to do is follow the same procedure, click on the deactivate button from where you have enabled it. And you have done.

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