This post will walk you through nullifying all existing USB access on the latest Samsung Galaxy Flip smartphone. Here’s a quick guide to revoke USB debugging authorizations on the Galaxy Z Flip 4.
Estimate Cost : 0
Time Needed : 4 minutes
When you plug your Android phone to a computer’s USB port, you will see a message prompt asking if you will allow or deny access to the connected device. If you choose allow, then the computer will be granted permission to access your Android phone’s internal storage.
To keep your saved data safe from any unauthorized access, only choose to allow your trusted computers.
If by any chance, you’ve mistakenly granted permission to a computer or USB-enabled device to access your phone’s system over a USB connection, then you will need to promptly revoke USB debugging authorizations on your phone.
In case you need some input on how to access and activate this feature on your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 device, feel free to use this guide.
- First, navigate to the Home or Apps screen and then tap Settings.
Doing so will launch the Settings app menu with all system features and system functions.
- Scroll down to the bottom section and then tap Developer Options.
Note: You will only get to see Developer Options next to About phone if you’ve already unlocked it on your phone.
If necessary, you can refer to a separate guide on how to unlock the Developer Options menu on your Galaxy Z Flip 4. Otherwise, skip to the next step.
- While in the Developer Options menu, navigate to the Debugging section and then tap Revoke USB debugging authorizations.
Doing so will trigger a pop-up window to launch.
- Read and review the pop-up message and then tap OK to confirm action.
The phone will then instantly revoke access to USB debugging from all computers that you've previously authorized.
- Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4
When to revoke USB debugging access?
When you connect your Android smartphone to a computer via USB cable, you will be asked whether or not you would allow the computer to access your phone’s system. If you deny access, the connection remains closed and the computer won’t be able to access your phone’s internal storage even when connected. If you allow access, the computer will be able to access your phone’s system.
By then, your computer would be all set to view and manage files from any of your phone’s system directories. Keeping this setup is only ideal for trusted computers. Revoking USB debugging access is therefore recommended to void all prior access you’ve granted to your Android device.
And that’s all about revoking USB debugging authorizations on the new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 smartphone