How Can I Enable USB Debugging on OnePlus Device
Like other Android devices, OnePlus also has the USB debugging mode, which is like a key. When you need to use some smart tools to manage your phone data, you need to use the key to get access to the device. So, how to use this key? This article will show you how to enable USB debugging on OnePlus device.
If needed, here's the comprehensive guide to Enable USB Debugging on Android Phones. For some specific Android phones like Samsung, Huawei, LG, Motorola, HTC, OPPO, Vivo, Google and Xiaomi, you can check the corresponding guide below to turn on USB debugging:
Now, please read on to learn how to enable USB debugging on OnePlus device.
There are many features on Android phones, and one of the significant characteristics is the USB debugging mode with the "Developer options". The most distinctive highlight of this mode is Android Software Development Kit (short for SDK), which can create a virtual channel between your Android phone and computer after the physical connection is established.
That means you can access and use Android device as a developer when the mode is on. Thus, there's a need to turn on USB debugging before reading and managing the OnePlus phone or other Android devices.
In this regard, it is necessary to learn how to turn on USB debugging on OnePlus phone before using some pro Android management programs, like MobiKin Assistant for Android, Transfer for Mobile, Doctor for Android, etc.
Step 1. Open your OnePlus device and go to "Settings" > "About phone".
Step 2. Look for "Build number" and tap 7 times on it. Then a message "you are now a developer" pops up.
Step 3. Back to "Settings", and scroll down to find and click "Developer options".
Step 4. Find "Android debugging" and enable it.
Step 5. Tap on "OK" after you see a notification "Allow USB debugging?"
On the whole, it's not difficult to enable USB debugging on OnePlus device with the above methods. But, if they are invalid, you can contact us via the email: firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- What's your phone model?
- What's the OS version of the device?
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