Enable Developer Option USB Debugging and OEM Unlock of Android Device

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In this post we will discuss about how to Enable Developer Option USB Debugging and OEM Unlock of Android Device. Before going through the detail procedure we need to understand what is the purpose of doing this on your android device.

Enable Developer Option USB Debugging and OEM Unlock of Android Device

Why Enable Developer Option USB Debugging and OEM Unlock of Android Device ?

I think you heard about the terms- ROOT, ROM, CUSTOM ROM, RECOVERY, Custom recovery etc. To root your device, to install ROMS, Custom recovery on your divce you need to do all these things at first. That means if you want to customise your device you need to go through all these process at first. You will find a step be step instruction.

Enable Developer Option USB Debugging and OEM Unlock of Android Device

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How to Enable Developer Option of any Android device

  • On your android device goto the settings option.
  • Then you will find About Phone option inside the setting menu. click that option.
    You will find Build Number option there.
  • Tap that option several times to enable developer option.

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  • Press ‘back’ switch of your device and you will find the Developer Option added to the device.
  • Click the Developer Option and then turn it on (Enable developer option).

How to Enable USB Debugging of any android device

  • In the previous procedure you have enabled developer option. Now goto the developer option and there you will find USB Debugging option.
  • Enable it (click the tick mark option in the right side of the USB debugging option or swipe to enable it).

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  • Now connect your device to the computer and then you will find a notification to enable USB debugging . make it Always Enable if it asks.
  • If you donot have USb Driver of your device the download it from Here.

How to OEM Unlock of Any Android Device

  • Again in the Developer option you will find OEM Unlocking option
  • Enable it (click the tick mark option in the right side of the USB debugging option or swipe to enable it).

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  • Done !!!
  • You can unlock the bootloader now.

Learn How To Unlock BootLoader Of Any Android Device.

And before unlocking the bootloader you need to install ADB Fastboot on your computer.

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