By default hidden developer mode in Samsung galaxy Note 9 Oreo 8.1 devices. This galaxy Note 9 developer options includes several helpful features such as USB debugging, OEM unlock, debug app, logger buffer size, USB configuration, Bluetooth audio codec, Windows animation scale, transition animation scale, background process limit and more. Let see how to enable developer mode in Galaxy Note 9.
You can activate developer option on Samsung galaxy note 9 under system settings to tap build number 7 times continuously. Also enable USB debugging to transfer data between galaxy Note 9 and PC. Follow below given step by step complete process to enable developer mode in Galaxy Note 9 devices.
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How to enable developer mode in Galaxy Note 9 Oreo 8.1
Step 1: Swipe down notification shade and tap Settings gear icon
Step 2: Tap System
Step 3: Tap about phone
Step 4: Tap Build number until see you are now developer! message
Step 5: Now activate developer mode in your galaxy Note 9
Step 6: To see developer settings, Go to settings > System > Developer options
Here you can see several handy settings that are available for development purpose only.
Turn on USB debugging in Samsung galaxy Note 9 Oreo 8.1
To use USB debugging in galaxy Note 9 Oreo 8.1, make sure enable developer option in your device.
Step 1: Swipe down notification panel and tap Settings icon
Step 2: Tap System
Step 3: Tap Advanced
Step 4: Tap Developer options
Step 5: Tap USB debugging under debugging sub heading
You can see message on Note 9 screen: Allow USB debugging?
Step 6: Touch OK
Now you can transfer data between your Samsung galaxy note 9 and PC or laptop devices.
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