Step 1: Discover your Android device
- Open the Developer Options screen on your Android.
- Select Enable USB Debugging.
- On your development machine, open Chrome.
- Open DevTools.
- In DevTools, click the Main Menu then select More tools > Remote devices.
- In DevTools, open the Settings tab.
How do I enable debugging on Android?
Enable the USB Debugging option under Settings > Developer options. For Android 4.2 and newer, Developer options is hidden by default; use the following steps: On the device, go to Settings > About <device>. Tap the Build number seven times to make Settings > Developer options available.
What are debug items?
A debug menu or debug mode is a user interface implemented in a computer program that allows the user to view and/or manipulate the program’s internal state for the purpose of debugging.
What does it mean to debug an app?
Debugging is the routine process of locating and removing computer program bugs, errors or abnormalities, which is methodically handled by software programmers via debugging tools.
What does debugging your phone do?
USB debugging is a mode that lets Android devices communicate to computers with the purpose of making Android apps easier for developers. It allows certain access to specialized areas of the phone that most people don’t need to interact with regularly.
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