- How to start developer mode in android?

How to start developer mode in android?


To start Developer Mode on an Android device, follow these steps:

1. **Open Settings:** Swipe down from the top of the screen to access the notification panel, then tap the gear icon (Settings) to open the Settings app.

2. **About Phone:** Scroll down and find the "About phone" or "About device" option. It might be located under the "System" or "System & Updates" section.

3. **Build Number:** In the "About phone" section, look for an option called "Build number" or "Build version." Tap on this option multiple times (usually about 7 times) quickly. You might see a message saying that you are a certain number of steps away from enabling Developer Mode.

4. **Developer Options:** Once you've tapped the "Build number" enough times, you'll get a message saying that Developer Mode has been enabled. A new option called "Developer options" should now appear in the main settings menu.

5. **Enable Developer Options:** Go back to the main Settings menu, and you'll find "Developer options" listed. Tap on it to access a variety of advanced settings and features that are useful for developers and advanced users.

6. **Toggle On:** In the "Developer options" menu, you'll see a switch or toggle at the top of the screen. This switch is usually labeled "Developer options" or "Off." Toggle it to the "On" position to enable Developer Mode.

Please note that enabling Developer Mode gives you access to various advanced settings that can potentially affect the performance and behavior of your device. Make sure you understand the settings you're changing, as some options can have unintended consequences if not used correctly.

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