How to Enable Developer Options on Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+


Samsung's latest Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10+ brings a plethora of new additions to the table. The S Pen is finally delivering utilities which were not previously accessible. While there are several new additions, there is always more control in your hand when it comes to Android. That's right, there is a hidden Developer Options menu in Note 10's settings which you can unlock to play around with more. So let's dive in to see how you can enable developer options on Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+.

Easily Enable Developer Options on Galaxy Note 10 or Galaxy Note 10+

The Galaxy Note 10 comes with a new all-screen design. The bezels are minimal all thanks to the punch-hole in the middle which provides a symmetrical view of the device and symmetry is always admirable from a design standpoint. If you're rocking the latest Note, be sure to check out how you can enable Developer Options on Galaxy Note 10.

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There are a couple of customization features present in the Developer Options that might be of use to you. Simply follow the step by step instructions listed below to enable developer options on Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 +.

Step 1: Launch the Settings app on your Galaxy Note 10.

Step 2: Now swipe all the way down and tap on 'About Phone'

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Step 3: Navigate and tap on 'Software Information'.

Step 4: Locate the 'Build Number' and tap on it 7 times to enable the developer options.

Step 5: The Developer Options will now be available on the Settings menu at the very end of the page below About Phone. (Settings > Developer Options).

That's all there is to know, folks. The Developer Options on Galaxy Note 10 will be unlocked and you can check it by yourself. It's always good to see that you have more control options available in your Settings. Samsung introduced two variants of the Galaxy Note 10 and they come with slight variations. For instance, the size of the two is different, different battery sizes and display resolution also varies, so users can choose the one that best fits their needs.

There will be more details and guides on the Galaxy Note 10, so be sure to stick around for that. Other than this, also check out our Galaxy Note 10 review for more details. This is all for now, folks. Have you enabled developer options on Galaxy Note 10? Let us know in the comments.