How to Enable the USB Debugging Mode on Samsung Galaxy S3 and Newer Models
Pull down your notifications menu.Click the clockwork icon to access your settings.
ClickGeneralat the top.Scroll down to findAbout DeviceorAbout Phone.
Find the label namedBuild Number.Click it 7 times. A prompt should come up if it works.
Go back into theGeneralmenu and findDeveloper options.
ClickUSB Debugginguntil the checkmark displays.You are done!
QuestionMy phone doesn't seem to have the developer option. What should I do?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerFirst, you have to click Build Number seven times, then the developer option appears.Thanks!
QuestionHow do I get the build number on my Android phone?Ambar fakihCommunity AnswerIt can be done by tapping "Settings -> About -> Software information/Phone information -> IMEI.Thanks!
QuestionWhat do I do if my phone doesn't detect my SD card?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerTry taking your device to a place that can look at your phone, like Walmart, and see if they can help you. If not, try returning the SD card and getting a different one.Thanks!
I've gone through this steps but still the in the Developer Options the USB Debugging option is off I can't make them on. What to do to make that on?
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Video: All Samsung Galaxy Phones: Enable USB Debugging Mode (Developer Options Menu)
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