How to Enable USB Debugging Mode on your Meizu PRO
Many people may not know that the USB Debugging and Developer Options Menu have been hidden in the Android 4.2 or higher version. That’s why you cannot find them on your Meizu PRO hansdet, but be sure that they are still there. If you read AndroidFlagship articles on how to install custom ROMs, root your Android phone, etc. without a doubt you read a few times that you must activate the “USB Debugging” mode.
Is this a problem for you? It definitely shouldn’t be, so I invite you to keep on reading. Having it on, you can connect your Meizu mobile device to the computer using a USB cable to scan the device’s memory remotely, to restore and save files. So, be sure that not only developers turn to Developer options. All Android users need to do that at one point and you are no exception, as it seems.
If you use an ADB utility, need to root a device or get access to its internal memory, you can’t do without enabling the USB Debugging option in the developer settings.
Let’s see how to turn on USB debugging for your Meizu Android device.
How to Enable USB Debugging Mode on your Meizu PRO:
- The first thing to do is to unlock your Meizu PRO phone and go to Settings;
- Under Settings, scroll down and open About phone;
- Up next, under About Phone you have to find Developer options;
- Under Developer option, find USB Debugging option and it’s the ideal time to toggle the slider.
- That’s it. You have successfully enabled USB Debugging on your Meizu PRO. And if you want to get rid of Developer and other options on your Android, I have the perfect solution. Just toggle the USB Debugging slider to the left. That’s how simple it is!
Do you have any other questions about USB debugging on your Meizu handset? That’s why I am here for, remember that. Let me know in the comments and I will do my very best to help.