This post will walk you through manually activating the USB debugging feature and instantly allow USB file transfers on the newest Samsung flip smartphone. Here’s a quick guide to enable USB debugging mode on Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4.
Time Needed : 4 minutes
Manually enabling the USB debugging mode is usually required when an Android device is not recognized by a computer over a USB connection.
If you're new to Android phones and wondering how to access and enable the USB debugging feature on your recently acquired Samsung Galaxy Flip smartphone, then you may go ahead and refer to the following instructions.
Before you begin, verify and ensure that the Developer Options menu is already enabled on your phone. If you haven’t already, you can refer to a separate guide on how to enable this hidden Android menu beforehand.
- Once you’ve got everything set, navigate to the Home or Apps screen and then tap Settings.
Doing so will launch the Settings app menu with all the preloaded features and system services.
- Scroll down to the bottom section and then tap Developer Options.
Again, you will only get to see Developer Options listed in the Settings menu beneath About phone after you’ve unlocked it.
- The Developer Options menu will load up next. Here, you will see a long list of various items.
These are the hidden advanced features on your device.
- Navigate to the Debugging section and then tap USB Debugging to proceed.
A pop-up window will load up next.
- Read the pop-up message and then tap OK to confirm.
Debug mode will then be enabled automatically when USB is connected to your phone.
- Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4
USB Debugging is tagged among the most useful features hidden in the Android 13 Developer Mode or Developer Options menu.
When enabled, it allows your Android device to communicate with the Android Software Development Kit (SDK) over a USB connection. As a result, your Android device is able to receive commands, files and relevant information from a computer. The computer will likewise be granted permission to pull crucial data including log files from the Android system.
And that’s how you activate the USB Debugging function on the latest Samsung Galaxy Flip 4 smartphones.
More USB Debugging Tips
With the recent system updates rolled out by Google, your Android phone will prompt you to approve a USB debugging connection whenever you plug it into a new computer. You then may opt to deny or grant access to your device through that prompt.
If you deny access, the connection is kept close and thus the computer wouldn’t be able to access your phone’s internal storage.
You don’t really need to keep USB debugging enabled all the time unless you’re a software developer. That said, just enable it when you need to use it and disable it when you’re done.
This is recommended in order to prevent any unauthorized access by any USB-enabled devices to your phone’s system over a USB connection and thereby keeps all your critical information safe.