The USB debugging in Android helps you in many cases to optimize a USB connection between a Samsung Galaxy A90, A70, A50, A30 and a computer. The USB debugging is intended for app developers, but may also help the standard user.
However, USB debugging cannot be used without further ado, as it is hidden within a special menu. In the following we want to help you in our step by step guide to enable USB debugging on a Samsung Galaxy A smartphone.
How to enable USB debugging on the Samsung Galaxy A90, A70, A50, A30?
First of all, you need to enable the developer menu or developer options within the Android operating system to access USB debugging.
Enable developer options
1. Open the Android system settings on your Samsung Galaxy A device
2. Scroll down the menu to "Phone Info".
3. Scroll down to "Software Information".
4. Tap the "Build Number" entry seven times in quick succession.
5. You will now be prompted to enter your PIN, gesture or password.
You have now unlocked the developer menu on your Samsung Galaxy A smartphone.
Enable USB Debugging within the developer options
1. Open the settings on your smartphone.
2. Scroll down to "Developer Options" and select the entry.
3. Scroll down again until you see "USB Debugging".
4. Enable the slider to activate the USB option.
You have just successfully enabled USB debugging on your Samsung Galaxy A90, A70, A50, A30, which hopefully will allow you to establish a data connection between PC and smartphone via USB cable.