This post shows how to enable USB debugging mode on the Galaxy M51. Read on if you need help activating a hidden Android feature that will authorize USB file transfer between your Galaxy M51 and a computer the moment they’re connected via USB cable.
USB Debugging Mode
A number of important features are hidden in an Android smartphone’s secret menu called Developer Options. Among these features that are used more often is the USB debugging.
When enabled, USB debugging will allow the phone to communicate with a computer and vice versa over a USB connection.
As a result, the phone is able to receive files and commands from the computer. The computer will also be able to pull crucial information from the phone including log files, photos, videos and the like.
To enable USB debugging mode on an Android smartphone, you will need to unlock its parent menu — the Developer Mode. After that, you can go ahead and scroll to find USB debugging from the list of options and then toggle its switch to the ON position.
Should you need some input on how to get this done on your Galaxy M51, I’ve laid out a quick walkthrough as follows.
Steps to Enable USB debugging mode on the Galaxy M51
Again, you will need to unlock the Developer Options menu beforehand. We’ve also posted a separate video depicting the entire process so feel free to search the channel, if you need help with the steps.
1. Once you’ve got everything set, access the main settings menu by tapping on the Settings icon from the Home or Apps screen.
2. While on the settings menu, scroll down to the bottom section. Then, tap Developer Options.
Again, Developer Options will only appear in the main settings menu if you’ve already unlocked it. Otherwise, that’s what you should do first.
3. While on the Developer Options menu, scroll down to the Debugging section. Then, toggle to turn on the switch next to USB debugging.
4. A pop-up message will appear. Read and review the details and then tap OK to confirm.
The USB debugging switch will then turn blue, an indication that USB debugging mode is already enabled.
5. You can also configure the settings to allow USB file transfer when your phone is connected to a computer. To do this, locate the Default USB configuration from the Developer Options menu. Then, tap on it to view available options.
6. From the given options, tap to mark the radio button before Transferring files.
Doing so will allow file transfer the moment your phone is plugged into the computer via USB cable.
You can also set it to any other options such as USB tethering, MIDI, Transferring images or charging phone only.
The recent changes you’ve made to the settings will then be applied when your phone is unlocked and connected to a computer or another device via USB cable.
To ensure security, only connect your phone to your trusted devices. Or, you could just set the default USB configuration to Charging phone only.
And that’s how to enable USB debugging and setting the default USB configuration on the Galaxy M51 smartphone.
More Video Tutorials
To view more comprehensive tutorials and troubleshooting clips on different mobile phones and tablets, feel free to visit The Droid Guy channel on YouTube anytime.
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