How to Easily Enable USB Debugging on HTC Devices?
Why do you need to enable USB debugging on HTC devices? That's because this mode grant you more freedom of controlling over your HTC device. For example, it enables you to build a connection between your mobile phone and computer; it allows you to manage or restore the phone data with third-party tools; etc. Thus, if you wish to gain more access from your HTC device, you should know how to turn on the USB debugging mode on the device.
To complete that, you can turn to the complete guide about how to enable USB debugging on Android devices which contains all the methods to open the mode.
To open the USB debugging mode on other Android devices like Samsung, Huawei, LG and Motorola for gaining more access, you can turn to the pages:
Or you can go with the following specific tutorial to turn on USB debugging on HTC devices:
Supposed that your HTC device is running on Android 4.2 or above and it is the first time that you have used the device as a developer, you need to find out the "Developer options" first since it is tucked away in "Settings". Here is how to unlock the hidden "Developer options" on HTC device:
Step 1: Turn on your HTC device, then tap on "Settings" to enter the page.
Step 2: Scroll down the page to click the option "About".
Step 3: On the next page, hit the "Software information" option.
Step 4: Continue to choose "More".
Step 5: Tap "Build number" 7 times in rapid succession. After that, the "Developer options" will be enabled and you can find it in "Settings".
Now let's start turning on USB debugging on HTC device:
Step 1: Go back to "Settings" page and choose "Developer options".
Step 2: Toggle on the button next to "Developer options" and mark the "USB debugging" option.
Step 3: Please tap on "OK" when you receive an "Allow USB debugging" window.
That's how to enable USB debugging on HTC device. If the methods mentioned above cannot help you to turn on the mode, you can contact us via the email: email@example.com with the following information:
- What's your phone model?
- What's the OS version of the device?
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