This guide will come in handy if you decide to restore erased data from the device to flash it, get a root-rights, or make a backup.
What is a USB debugging and why should it include
Debugging USB - this is a Android-device mode, in which it provides expanded access to its operating system for computer programs. This function actively use application developers.
But for ordinary users debug mode can also be useful. Thanks to him, utilities like PhoneRescue recover accidentally deleted files. And applications such as Helium, create backups data mobile device from a PC. These are typical examples. Different situations in which you may need to debug via USB, a lot.
How to enable USB debugging on your Android
It will take you just a few seconds. First, open the machine settings. Then go to the "About phone" and click on the option "Build number" until then, until the system will tell you that you are a developer.
Then return to the main Settings menu, then just appeared in it the section "For Developers". On the next screen, activate the development tools and debugging via USB.
Is it safe to leave the USB debugging enabled
The debug mode reveals deep access to the system, and this new loopholes intruders. If your device is lost, the finder can connect it to your computer and try to extract the data owner. Therefore, after using the debug mode is disabled. This can also be done in the section "For Developers".
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