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Want to copy or transfer data between your galaxy S10 and PC or laptop? You can enable USB debugging on Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e using developer mode settings. By default disable USB debugging in your phone. You can find a USB debugging option under galaxy S10 developer options settings in your device. USB debugging mode is intended for development use only.
When your Samsung Galaxy S10 device is connected with USB enable debug mode. And you’ll easily copy data between your device and desktop or laptop devices. Also, transfer data from Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+, S8, S8+, Galaxy Note 9 to Galaxy S10 devices using a USB cable or Xender app if you want to quickly transfer data. Follow the below-given step by step process to turn on USB debugging on Galaxy S10.
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How to Turn On USB Debugging Mode on Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e
To use USB debugging on Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e, first of all, make sure to enable developer mode on Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, S10, and S10e device. You can activate USB debugging in galaxy S10 using below given settings.
Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel and tap the Setting gear icon.
Step 2: Scroll down up to end of the screen and tap About phone.
Step 3: Tap Software information (Difference device has different settings).
Step 4: Tap Build number until seeing this message: Developer mode has been turned on.
Now tap back button twice to go to phone settings. Now enabled Developer Mode on your Samsung S10, S10 Plus, and S10e devices.
You can see several galaxy S10 developer mode settings such as memory usage by apps, desktop backup password, USB debugging, logger buffer size, running services, Night mode, picture color mode, auto-update system, Windows animation scale, and more settings. After turned on developer mode, you can turn on USB debugging on galaxy S10 using the below settings.
Step 1: Swipe down the notification shade and tap the Settings gear icon.
Step 2: Scroll down up to the end of the page and tap the Developer option.
You can find USB debugging under the debugging section in your Samsung Galaxy S10+, S10, and S10e devices. By default turned off USB debugging in your device.
Step 3: Turn on USB debugging toggle.
You can see this pop-up message on the screen: Allow USB debugging?
Step 4: Tap OK to use USB debugging on your S10, S10+, and S10e.
Now you’ll use USB debugging mode to copy data between your PC and your Samsung Galaxy S10, install apps on your phone without notification, and read log data.
And that’s all. I hope this article helpful to enable USB debugging on Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e. If you have any questions, tell us in below comment box. Stay and connect with us for the latest updates.