Google finally released the Android 11 stable version to the public. The latest Android OS comes with some new features as well as major UI changes. So you may have to find some new process to perform the same task as you follow in Android 10. Here we are going to share a basic guide for beginners. You will know how to enable developer options on Android 11 and how to enable USB debugging on Android 11.
Android OS comes with tons of customization mods that become familiar once you start using it. But there are some hidden options that come with the Android which requires knowledge to access it. And even after accessing hidden features, you should know where and how to use it. Don’t worry this guide is all about educating basic Android tasks and it does include hidden features.
How to Enable Developer Options on Android 11
If you have unlocked the bootloader or rooted your phone before, then you must be aware of the Developer Options. It is a hidden advanced Settings that have a lot of additional settings. These settings are useful only if you know about these features. You can change Animations, HW overlays, and a lot more advanced options.
Developer options are available in all Android phones but these are disabled by default. So if you want to use developer options then you can follow the below guide. These settings haven’t changed much if we compare with Android 10 so you will find almost similar steps.
As most brand comes with their own custom UI so the steps can be a bit different. In case if you still can’t find the below options then directly search from the embedded search option in settings.
- First, go to Settings on your phone.
- Then go to the System > About Phone option. The placement can be different for custom UI.
- In the About Phone look for Build Number and tap on it, 7-8 times.
- After the third step, it will show you are now a developer.
- Then go back to the main settings and go to System > Advanced.
- In the Advanced Settings, you will find Developer Options.
And that’s it, you now have the developer options enabled on your Android 11 running device. The Settings placement is very much similar to Android 10 so this wouldn’t be a big problem.
Developer options bring a lot of customization tools that we can use for advanced tweaks. Lets now jump into the second guide.
How to Enable USB Debugging on Android 11
As you know there are a bunch of advanced features in the Developer Options. And USB Debugging is one of these important features that allow users to share files and write ADB commands.
This enables adb interface to write anything on the device using adb commands. We can also remove apps that do not have uninstall options on the phone. So if you have enabled Developer Options then this is the first advanced feature that will benefit you in many cases. Let’s now see how to enable USB Debugging on Android 11 devices.
- First, open Settings on your phone.
- Then go to System > Advanced > Developer Options.
- After opening, developer options scroll down a bit and you will find USB debugging.
- Enable the USB Debugging to take full advantage of this feature.
- You can also search for USB debugging directly in the main settings to enable it.
There are more advanced options available in Developer settings such as OEM Unlocking, advanced reboot, touch pointer, WiFi throttling, and lot more.
You can try different available options to know more about the available features on the phone.
So there you have it, the complete guide on how to enable developer options on Android 11 and how to enable USB Debugging on Android 11. In case if you have any queries then let us know in the comment section below.