Android is an extraordinary mobile operating system available on various smartphones and tablets used by millions of people for the features offered and present in it. Google recently released the latest update of Android naming Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system allowing the public to use the new OS with some great features and in a changed user interface for more attractiveness. The user interface on Android is called Material Design providing a rich feel and look to the user while accessing the OS on their devices and have a great time using it.
USB Debugging serves as the link between the smartphone/tablet making them to communicate properly with the desktop and laptop without any trouble. It allows the device to transfer and exchange several files along with making it to receive the ADB commands well and function as we want to. If the USB Debugging is off or disabled then the user might not able to install the custom ROMs present or receive the files which is being sent from the system to the device. The commands will also be not received if the debugging is not enabled in the Android smartphone. The USB Debugging should be enabled in order to provide a link for interconnecting the smartphone and system.
Enabling USB Debugging in Android 5.0 Lollipop:
Mainly the USB Debugging is hidden under the Developer Options which is done by Google. The developer options are there in the device in order offer some particular options to the developers and want to check along with to test their device without any trouble or problem.
Go to Application Drawer of your device and open the Settings of the device from there. Scroll down till you find About Phone or About Device option.
Then open it, you will see a build number. You have to quickly tap on the number for about seven times. After performing the tapping a small message will come on the screen stating that ‘Congratulations! You are a developer now’.
Exit from the menu and within the Settings you will see a new option stating Developing Option. Open the Developer Option and scroll down till you see the Debugging menu.
Under the menu you will see USB Debugging, then tap on the box check to enable it and use it for connecting it with the system.
From the above steps you will be able to on the USB Debugging on you Android 5.0 Lollipop smartphone or tablet.
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