If you are looking for a step-by step tutorial on how to enable the LG G4’s Debugging mode and developers option, we have got you covered.
Oh! Just a quick one, the 2016’s LG flagship phone, the LG G5 which was launched a few weeks back at the Mobile World Congress, will be available from the 1st of April.
Now back to the USB debugging mode and developers option on the 2015 flagship, the LG G4, USB debugging Mode basically comes in handy if you want to perform some other technical features on your phone. Like rooting the phone amongst others. Of course, deciding to turn on USB debugging mode on an android phone actually does no harm to the phone. As a matter of fact, it’s actually advisable.
USB debugging mode also ease the connection between your phone and your computer thereby giving room for more functionality by simply using the computer other than just accessing the phone’s stored files when connected to a computer.
If this simple explanation of the USB Debugging mode on the LG G4 makes sense and you want to kick right away to enabling USB debugging mode on your LG G4 phone, then let’s get started.
Enabling USB Debugging Mode on LG G4
- Select Application > Settings
- In the upper-right corner of your screen, tap More
- Navigate to the bottom and select About
- Now, scroll down and tap Build number several times until you see a message that says
“Developer mode has been enabled“
- Tap the Back button and you will see the Developer options menu under System, and select
- Check the USB debugging box under Developer options and you have successfully enabled LG G4 USB debugging mode.
So there you have it. That’s very simple right? Enabling USB Debugging Mode and developers option on the LG G4 phone isn’t a biggy after-all.