If you wish to copy newly programmed apps to your device to test via USB, enable USB debugging on Galaxy A20. USB debugging on Samsung android devices is a developer mode that allows the device to communicate with the Software Developer Kit through USB connections. The android device therefore receives files and commands from the connected personal computer. The personal computer can also retrieve saved files from the smartphone.
In this tutorial guide, we will show you how to turn on the developer mode on your Samsung Galaxy A20. Read the instructions carefully and be guided.
How to Enable USB Debugging on Samsung Galaxy A20
Here are the steps on how to enable USB debugging on Samsung Galaxy A20:
- Open the Settings app.
- Scroll down to and select About phone.
- Select Software Information.
- Find Version No. and then click on it 7 times in a row.
Follow the on screen prompts to continue. Options for Developers will be available in the System settings once Developer mode activates.
- Choose Developer options from Settings.
- Toggle on the switch next to USB debugging.
- Tap OK to confirm.
One advantage of having USB debugging enabled on your device is that you will be able to retrieve saved information from the internal storage when the phone becomes broken and unresponsive. All you need to do is connect your device to your computer and retrieve the needed information.
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