In This Tutorial You Will Learn How To Enable USB Debugging In Fire Phone
If you are reading this article, you probably know more or less what USB debugging is.
In case you don’t, this is a mode that you can enable in Android once you connect your device to a computer via USB (you can learn more about it below) to easily transfer files and have full control over the device connected.
Since Fire OS is a slight modification of Android, you obviously have this mode available in your Fire phone too.
Let’s learn what it is exactly and how you can enable it.
What Is USB Debugging?
Before me move on with this tutorial, you must know what USB debugging is and what its main use is.
USB Debugging is an advanced feature that lets you connect your Android phone with Android SDK (software development kit). Its main use is for app development purposes. You can also make use of it if you want to root your phone using one of these one-click-root apps like Kingo Root. Yyou can learn more about USB debugging mode in Android here.
It’s best to enable it only for the time you need it and keep it disabled most of the time. If you don’t really know what you want to use it for or don’t understand its function, don’t enable it.
That’s enough for the introduction. Let’s more to more practical stuff.
How To Enable USB Debugging In Fire Phone Step By Step
Since Fire OS is an Android-based operating system, you enable USB debugging in the same way you would do it on a standard Android device. Here’s what you need to do:
1. Swivel your wrist to access Quick Actions & Notifications, and go to Settings.
2. Navigate to Device and choose Get info about your Fire.
3. To activate USB debugging, you need to activate Developer Options in your Fire phone at first. All you have to do is click on any item several times (one after another). In a few seconds, Developer Options will appear on the bottom.
4. Click on Developer Options, and now you will see a number of developer options available on your Fire phone like Never Sleep while Charging, USB Storage Protection, and Debugging. Make sure that USB Debugging is checked. When you check it, you will see a warning. Click OK.
Congratulations! You’ve successfully enabled USB debugging on your Fire phone!
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