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How to Enable USB Debugging on Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips

Want to turn on Samsung Note 9 USB debugging mode? Here’s how to enable USB debugging Note 9 Oreo 8.1. To use USB debugging Note 9, first of all, make sure to turn on Samsung Note 9 developer options in your device. This Samsung USB debugging mode is helpful to copy data between your Note 9 and computer or laptop devices using a USB cable to easily transfer data.

By default turned off USB debugging in your Samsung Galaxy and other android devices. Developer options and USB debugging is for development purpose only in your devices. This setting allows installing apps on your Note 9 without reading log data. To enable USB debugging on Note 9 Oreo, check out below given complete process.

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By default hidden developer mode in your device, so first of all activate Note 9 developer mode using below given settings.

Step 1: Go to Settings in your galaxy Note 9.

Step 2: Tap System.

Step 3: Tap about phone.

Step 4: Find Build number and tap on Build number 7 times or tap until see “you are now developer!message on the screen.

Step 5: Now enabled developer settings in your Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

Step 6: To access developer mode settings, Go to settings > System > Advanced > Developer options.

Here you can see different settings such as bug report, OEM unlocking, quick settings developer tiles, debug the app, logger buffer size, USB configuration, background process limit, Windows animation scale, transition animation scale, Bluetooth audio codec, Profile GPU rendering, etc. Here you can find the debugging section for turn on USB debugging in galaxy Note 9 Oreo 8.1.

Enable USB debugging in Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Step 1: Swipe down notification shade & tap Settings gear icon.

Step 2: Tap System.

Step 3: Tap Advanced.

Step 4: Tap Developer options.

Step 5: Tap USB debugging under the debugging section.

You can view this message on your Note 9: Allow USB debugging?.

Step 6: Tap OK.

Now connect your Galaxy Note 9 with PC using USB cable and copy photo, videos and other important data.

And that’s all. Do you still have question about enable USB debugging in Galaxy Note 9 Oreo 8.1? If you have any question, tell us in below comment box. We’ll respond as soon as possible.

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