Enable USB Debugging on Galaxy S22 [How To]


The Galaxy S22 series is easily the best Android smartphone that you can buy this very instance and while many people are still awaiting their devices to reach them, a lot of have already received them and have started playing with them, as well. In terms of software, despite getting the latest One UI 4.1, you are not getting something that looks different. As a matter of fact, it looks a lot similar to other phones running One UI. What's impressive is the hardware and design, especially on the Galaxy S22 Ultra. If you feel like you want to tinker with your phone, you can always do so by enabling USB Debugging. If you want to know how to enable USB debugging, you are at the right spot as that is exactly what we are going to explore here.

Enable USB Debugging on Galaxy 22 and Tinker Away

Now, the good thing about the process is that it has not changed at all over the years. Sure, Android as a whole has changed significantly; both under the hood and visually but a lot of the features are still where they used to be and a lot of old hacks still work the same way, which certainly is a good thing.

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Still, for all the newcomers, we are going to focus on how they can enable USB debugging on Galaxy S22 for an easier overall experience.

A word of warning before you proceed, if you are really eager to go ahead and enable USB debugging, be sure that you know what you are doing rather than just enabling it for the sake of it. Debugging is only important if you are looking forward to engaging in the development process of apps or other aspects of the phone. If not, then the feature should be turned off.

Step 1: Unlock your phone and head over to Settings.

Step 2: Scroll all the way down and tap on Developer options. If you don't already have these options enabled, follow this guide first and then come back.

Step 3: Once you are there, you can go ahead and scroll down until you see USB debugging. 

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Step 4: Simply turn on that toggle and then accept the prompt that shows up after you turn the toggle on.

I know the tutorial to enable USB debugging on Galaxy S22 seems awfully simple but hey, this is how you do it.

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