How to enable USB debugging on android 9.0

Here’s the guide to enable USB debugging on android 9.0/android P. To use USB debugging in android P, first of all make sure enable developer mode in android 9. This android 9.0 USB debugging mode is helpful to copy data between your desktop PC and other devices. Just connect your phone with cable on PC and transfer data between your devices such as Google Pixel XL, Pixel 2 XL and more.

Most of all android devices have by default hidden developer options. First enable it using system settings and after that turn on USB debugging in android P. Also install applications without any notification and read log data on your device. Follow below given step by step process to enable USB debugging on android 9.0/android P OS.

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How to enable USB debugging on android 9.0/Android P

First of all enable developer mode in android 9.0 using below settings.

Step 1: Go to Settings in your android P devices

You can see several settings in your android 9.0 P devices.

Step 2: Tap on About phone under system section

Step 3: Scroll down until end of the page and tap on Build number 7 times

Now you can view this message on your device screen: You are now a developer! You can check developer mode settings in android 9.0 using below settings.

Step 4: Go to settings > System > Developer options

If disable developer options in android 9.0 device.

Step 5: Enable developer mode in your device

Step 6: Press OK to activate it

This developer mode includes several useful features such as OEM unlocking, debug app, show cached processes, RAM usage by app, background process limit, windows animation scale, USB configuration, strict mode and more.

To disable developer mode, turn off toggle button and it’ll turn off in your device. But remember one thing in android Oreo, if disable developer option once, you’ll activate it again in your device from follow again above steps.

Enable USB debugging on android 9.0/ android P

Step 1: Go to Settings in your android P

Step 2: Tap on System settings

Step 3: Tap on Developer options

Step 4: Turn on toggle button of developer option

Scroll down up to debugging section, in android 9.0 debugging section, you can see USB debugging, select debug app, revoke USB debugging authorizations, verify apps over USB, logger buffer size and more. By default disable USB debugging in android 9.0 P.

How to enable USB debugging on android 9.0

Step 5:  Turn on USB debugging toggle button

Step 6: Select OK

Now enable USB debugging in your android 9.0 devices.

That’s it. Did you find above article helpful to enable USB debugging on android 9.0? If you have any questions, tell us in below comment box. We’ll respond as soon as possible. Stay and connected with us for latest android Oreo tips.

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One comment

  1. Christopher Harty

    No it didn’t. I still can’t see my drives on my Android device and can’t transfer files from Windows to the device. I’m going to have to take it to T-Mobile and see if they can help. This is why I stuck to a Windows Mobile phone so long; I am a graphics artist and put samples of my work on my phone. I can’t do this with an Android phone and will have to carry a separate device to show my work to potential customers.

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