Android is the most famous mobile OS because it provides an open platform to its users a lot of features. Android Operating system is best as being an advanced Android user you can do changes to it without unlocking its bootloader. Android Lollipop is the latest available OS and most of the Android users wish to taste the awesome features of Lollipop. After getting the root access to your device, you can install custom ROMs, third-party apps and much more. In Android device you’ve to enable the USB Debugging Mode for making customization, rooting and much more. Here in this tutorial we will guide you that how to enable USB Debugging Mode for Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Enabling USB Debugging Mode will let you connect your Android 5.0 Lollipop device to PC/Laptop and you’ll need it to transfer files between the PC and your device. If you’ve updated your device to Android 5.0 Lollipop then from the below step by step guide you will be able to enable the USB Debugging Mode on phone having Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Steps to Enable USB Debugging Mode on Android Device on Android 5.0 Lollipop:
Step No 1:- First of all navigate to main Settings.
Step No 2:- Go to About Phone option.
Step No 3:- Tap on Software Information followed by “More” menu.
Step No 4:- Tap seven times on the build number.
Step No 5:- A notification on the screen of your device will be appeared, tap to unlock the hidden Developer Options.
Step No 6:- When the hidden Developer Options unlocked then go back to main screen.
Step No 7:- Go to Settings Menu.
Step No 8:- Here you will see the Developer menu, tap on it.
Step No 9:- By default the Debugging Mode will be off, mark the box and then go back.
Done! You’ve successfully enabled USB Debugging Mode on Android device running Android 5.0 Lollipop.