This guide will help you to Enable Developer Option and USB Debugging On Galaxy J2 Prime. As you know Android is an Open Source mobile OS and it is the most used mobile OS available right now. The best thing about Android Os is the freedom it gives its users. It is the freedom to modify and redistribute without any chains to hold. And, as an end-user (which you are), the gates of freedom open with the developer options. It’s the stepping stones of customization and freedom that has been labelled so far. You wouldn’t see anything like the flexibility these offer in any other OS.
In Android, the Developer Option setting is a very important setting. By default the option is hidden, but you can easily Enable Developer Options In Galaxy J2 Prime by following the given simple steps. The Developer settings contain many useful settings like USB debugging which are very important for rooting or modding android device.
The Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime features a 5-inch Capacitive touchscreen (540 x 960 pixels, 220 ppi) display. It is powered by a Quad-core 1.4 GHz Cortex-A53 CPU processor paired with 1.5 GB RAM. It has 8 GB internal storage with microSD support(up to 256 GB (dedicated slot).
It sports an 8MP rear camera and supports Wifi, GPS, 3G and 4G LTE. It packs in a Removable Li-Ion 2600 mAh battery. It runs Android OS, v6.0 (Marshmallow) out of the box.
Steps To Enable Developer Option and USB Debugging On Galaxy J2 Prime
- First, open Settings on your Galaxy J2 Prime
- Now scroll down to About Phone and Click there
- Tap on software info
- Scroll down to Build number and tap 5-7 times to enable developer option
2.Enable USB debugging on Galaxy J2 Prime
- Once you enabled the Developer Options. Returned back to Settings > Developer Options > USB Debugging. Just Enable that option.
- Done!! USB Debugging on Galaxy J2 Prime is now enabled.
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