How to Enable USB Debugging on Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite

Need to enable USB debugging on Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite but can’t find it on your phone’s settings? Check out more detailed information on how you can find or access it on your smartphone through this post. Please read further. 

USB debugging is an Android feature that allows their smartphone to communicate through a USB connection and access an Android developer kit on a computer. This function is helpful to those who would want to root their device and unlock bootloader options. 

The USB debugging option allows the Mi Note 10 lite to communicate with a computer once it is connected through a USB cable. The phone can receive commands, files and other data from the PC once the USB debugging is activated. The computer should also be able to extract information from the phone’s system. 

Though a lot of users are using it, it is to be noted that when you use the USB debugging option, risks, such as loss of information could occur. You should also be careful enough to only connect the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 lite on a trusted PC, as your information could be stolen. 

Connecting your smartphone when the USB debugging is enabled will leave your phone unsecured and important files are exposed. Make sure to use it with precaution. 

Before you can access the USB debugging option on your Mi Note 10 Lite, you will need to enable the developer options first. For a more comprehensive tutorial on how to do it, please click here

Once you have enabled the developer options successfully, follow the steps below and learn how you can enable USB debugging on Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite

Enable USB Debugging on Mi Note 10 Lite: 

  1. Access Settings from the Home screen. 
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  1. Go to and select Additional Settings. 
  1. Tap on Developer options. 
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  1. Go to and look for Debugging. 
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  1. Toggle switch beside USB Debugging. Agree to the prompt by clicking the check box. 
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  1. Select OK. USB debugging switch should be enabled
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