How to enable Android USB Debugging on Samsung Galaxy S4 mini (in pictures)


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1 - Select Apps

1 – Select Apps

2 - Go to Settings

2 – Go to Settings

3 - Select More -> About Device

3 – Select More -> About Device

4 - Tap 7 times on Build Number

4 – Tap 7 times on Build Number

5 - Select More -> Developer options

5 – Select More -> Developer options

6-enable-usb-debugging

6 – Check USB debugging

7-Allow-USB-debugging

7 – Select OK to allow USB debugging

8-ready

8 – That’s it

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