If you are an Android user, then you should know that are a lot of tricks and hacks that you need to be aware of that. In this post, we will talk about Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ USB debugging option and will guide you how to get it enable on your smartphone.
USB Debugging in any Android smartphone is very important when the time comes you want to connect your smartphone to your computer. Without enabling the USB debugging, you won’t be able to connect your smartphone to your PC. This option is present in the developer option that needs to be enabled. Without enabling the developer option, you will not be able to access the USB debugging option.
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About Samsung Galaxy S8
Galaxy S8 smartphone was officially released in 2017, April with Super AMOLED Capacitive touchscreen. The size of display is 5.8 inches supporting the resolution of 1440×2960 pixels protected by corning gorilla glass 5 technology.
The version of software installed on it is Android 7.0 (Nougat), upgradable to Android 9.0 (Pie) powered by an Octa-Core processor. The internal memory of the phone includes 64 GB with 4 GB RAM and also support micro-SD card upto for additional storage. The camera of the phone includes 12MP primary camera with LED flash including features and Dual 8MP + 2MP secondary camera for selfies.
The connectivity medium of the phone includes WLAN, Bluetooth, GPS, NFC and USB. The phone is powered by Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery and comes in a variety of different colors. The sensors present on the phone are fingerprint, Iris scanner, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer, heart rate and Sp02.
Guide To Enable USB Debugging on Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+
Before proceeding, you will need to enable the “Developer option” on your Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+. To do that, follow the steps below:
Steps To Enable Developer Option
Step 1: Go to “Settings” on your Galaxy S8/S8+.
Step 2: Now, go to “About phone->Software information”.
Step 3: In “software information”, you will find the option “Build number”. Tap on it several times until you get a pop-up message that “Developer option has been enabled or you are now a developer”. Also, if it asks for password, pattern or pin, then type in the current pin, password or pattern.
Step 4: Also, make it sure that the developer option toggle is “ON”.
Steps To Enable USB Debugging Option
Step 1: Go to “Settings-About phone” and then tap on “Developer option”.
Step 2: In Developer option, locate the “USB Debugging” option.
Step 3: Finally, tap on “USB Debugging” option to get it enabled.
That’s it, you have successfully enable the Developer option and then the USB Debugging option on your Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+. Hopefully, this article has made a way to help you in an easy way. If you have any query related to that post, then let us know in the comment section.