Transferring data between your Android device and computer could be only possible by USB connection. For that, you must enable USB debugging option your Android phone. But, with the revamped Oreo’s settings menu, it becomes tweaked a little bit. Hence, here we are to show you how to enable & disable USB debugging on Android Oreo.
In every Android device, USB Debugging option not comes as default in settings. It would only appear once you enabled Developer Mode on your device. But, the Developer Mode is just for developers, and it is a little bit hidden deep inside the setting, so you will need to turn on Developer Mode first and then turn on USB debugging option on Android Oreo. Let’s see how to do it!
First of all, let me show you how to enable Developer Mode on Android 8.0/8.1 Oreo device.
How to Enable Developer Options on Android Oreo
Step #1. Open Settings on your Android phone.
How to Enable USB Debugging Mode on Android Oreo
Once you turn on Developer Mode on Android 8.0 device, the USB debugging option will automatically establish in the setting. Here’s how to turn it on and off.
Step #1. Go to Settings on your Android phone.
Step #2. Tap on Developer options.
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Once you follow these steps, you can activate Developer Option and USB debugging option on your Android Oreo running device. Now go ahead and start transferring data between your Android and computer. If you encounter any issue, feel free to tell us in comments or on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.