Every smartphone must offer different features but they all the same; they have USB debugging options. This feature might be useful to connect your phone to the computer so that you might save and send data from your device to your PC. To enable USB debugging on Galaxy S10, you must do some steps. Again, different smartphones must require different steps, too. Well, on this occasion, we are going to talk more about enabling the USB debugging on your Samsung Galaxy S10 so that you could do it yourself. Let’s check it out for further detail in the following info below!
Steps to Enable USB Debugging on Galaxy S10
There are some ways to enable USB debugging on Galaxy S10. What are they? Let’s take a look at them below!
- The Apps Screen
To start with, you need to enable the apps screen by simply swiping up your phone’s home screen from the bottom.
- Go to Setting
Then, you will soon see the ‘setting’ menu icon on the second screen. You need to swipe to the right to find it. Then, tap the ‘setting’ icon and scroll it down. There, you will find ‘about the phone’. Just click it then. There will be some information appear later.
- Software Information
Again, scroll down your screen until you find the ‘software information’. Tap the option. Find and click the ‘Build number’. To make the ‘developer option’ appears, you need to click ‘Build number’ option seven times. Then, tap the ‘back option’ on your phone’s screen twice. Tap the ‘developer option’ and turn on the USB debugging by switching the toggle.
- Allow notification
Soon, there will be a notification pops up, asking your permission to allow and enable USB debugging. Just choose okay. Well done! You can now connect your phone with your PC by using USB. Plus, you may allow installing other applications that are unable to install before.
Do You Still Unable to Enabling the USB Debugging?
If you are unsuccessful to enable the USB debugging even after doing some instructions above, you could use your computer. Of course, you need to use Samsung OEM USB cable. Yet, the steps are more complicated. Let’s talk about it in our next article!
Well, that’s all how to enable USB debugging Samsung Galaxy S10. Again, those steps might be useless to other devices except Galaxy S10. So, you should learn about the best ways based on the type of your mobile phone.
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