How to Turn on Developer Mode on Android 10

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Here’s how to access hidden developer options on Android 10 versions. You can see several useful developer mode settings such as USB debugging, OEM unlocking, running services, feature flags, logger buffer sizes, USB configuration, Windows animation scale, display cutout, background process limit and more. Android 10 added new accent colors, body font and Icon shape in styles & wallpapers settings and developer options (For Google Pixel and Pixel XL). Let see the process to turn on developer mode on Android 10.

If you haven’t already enabled developer option on android 10, go to system settings to access developer mode. Also, enable screen recording in android 10 Q using the developer mode feature flag section. Follow the below-given step by step process to turn on developer mode on Android 10 devices.

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How to Enable or Disable Developer Option on Android 10

You can access developer options android 10 using below given settings in your devices.

Step 1: Swipe down notifications panel from the top of the screen and tap the Settings gear icon.

Step 2: Tap About phone.

Step 3: Scroll down up to the end of the page and tap Build number 7 times or tap until seeing this message: You are now a developer!

Step 4: Now tap back button and tap System.

Step 5: Tap Advanced.

How to turn on developer mode on Android Q 10

Step 6: Tap Developer options.

Android Q developer mode settings

In android 10 developer mode settings, you can see memory used by apps, stay awake, automatic system updates, USB debugging, Bluetooth audio codec, force desktop mode and more.

Disable Developer Mode on Android 10

How to Turn on Developer Mode on Android 10 Version

Settings > System > Advanced > Developer options > Toggle off “On”

Toggle off button to turn off developer mode in Android 10 devices.

Enable USB debugging on Android Q 10

First of all, activate developer mode using above given settings to use USB debugging in android 10 to copy data between your phone and other devices.

Step 1: Open settings app in your Android 10.

Step 2: Tap System.

Step 3: Tap Advanced.

Step 4: Tap Developer options.

Step 5: Turn on USB debugging under the debugging section.

You can see this pop-up message on the screen: Allow USB debugging?

Step 6: Tap OK.

Now transfer your phone data to desktop or laptop device.

And that’s it. I hope this little tip useful to turn on developer mode on Android 10. If you have any kind of question, tell us in below comment box. Stay and connect with us for the latest update.

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