How to enable USB debugging on the phone

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How to enable USB debugging on the phone

Some AirDroid features like AirMirror need you to enable USB debugging on your phone to work normally. The process is a one-time setting and can be completed in less than 1 minute. Here are the detailed steps:

For Android 4.2 or later
1. Connect your phone and computer using a USB cable.
2. On the phone, go to Settings > About phone. Scroll down to the bottom and find Build number. Tap on Build number 7 times until you see a short pop-up in the lower area of your display saying that "You're now a developer!".
3. Go back to Settings and you should now see Developer options at the bottom. Tap on Developer options, find USB debugging. USB debugging is turned off by default, please turn it on. You'll see a popup titled "Allow USB debugging?". Click OK to confirm.
4. You might also get another prompt on the phone asking you to permit USB debugging connection from the computer. Please check "Always allow from this computer" if it's a trusted computer and click OK to confirm.

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For Android 4.0 or 4.1
1. Connect your phone and computer using a USB cable.
2. Go to Settings, find Developer options and enable it.
3.. In Developer options, find and enable USB debugging. You'll see a popup titled "Allow USB debugging?". Tap OK to confirm.


That's it. You are now all set.
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Re: How to enable USB debugging on the phone

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Re: How to enable USB debugging on the phone

Some AirDroid features like AirMirror need you to enable USB debugging on your phone to work normally. The process is a one-time setting and can be completed in less than 1 minute. Here are the detailed steps:

For Android 4.2 or later
1. Connect your phone and computer using a USB cable.
2. On the phone, go to Settings > About phone. Scroll down to the bottom and find Build number. Tap on Build number 7 times until you see a short pop-up in the lower area of your display saying that "You're now a developer!".
3. Go back to Settings and you should now see Developer options at the bottom. Tap on Developer options, find USB debugging. USB debugging is turned off by default, please turn it on. You'll see a popup titled "Allow USB debugging?". Click OK to confirm.
4. You might also get another prompt on the phone asking you to permit USB debugging connection from the computer. Please check "Always allow from this computer" if it's a trusted computer and click OK to confirm.

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For Android 4.0 or 4.1
1. Connect your phone and computer using a USB cable.
2. Go to Settings, find Developer options and enable it.
3.. In Developer options, find and enable USB debugging. You'll see a popup titled "Allow USB debugging?". Tap OK to confirm.


That's it. You are now all set.

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Re: How to enable USB debugging on the phone

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Roberto Rodrigu
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Re: How to enable USB debugging on the phone

This is not working for me... well partly. Every time I want to use this feature, I have to plug it into the PC. Once it has been plugged in, AirMirror works fine and I can unplug from the PC. If I then reboot the phone, it can't connect again. AD does see the phone as it 'wakes' the screen when NOT connected and I can use other functions. Do you have to be a Premium User to have this feature without the need to connect to a PC first?

thanks
Starb7
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Re: How to enable USB debugging on the phone

This is not working for me anymore...

I have a OnePlus 3 with Android 6.0.1, I had turned on the Debugging option and had installed the AirMirror plugin in my Chrome.

When I go to web.airdroid.com and then choose the "AirMirror" option my phone awakes but nothing shows on the AirMirror screen. Then I get the message in AirDrord web telling that I should configure my phone by plugin it into via USB cable to my Macbook Pro, which I do and nothing happens, it keeps telling the same message of "Failed to connect to device" with a link to this page.

cboteros
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Re: How to enable USB debugging on the phone

This is not working for me anymore...

I have a OnePlus 3 with Android 6.0.1, I had turned on the Debugging option and had installed the AirMirror plugin in my Chrome.

When I go to web.airdroid.com and then choose the "AirMirror" option my phone awakes but nothing shows on the AirMirror screen. Then I get the message in AirDrord web telling that I should configure my phone by plugin it into via USB cable to my Macbook Pro, which I do and nothing happens, it keeps telling the same message of "Failed to connect to device" with a link to this page.

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Hi, Have you tried to activate AirMirror service on Mac client with USB debugging firstly, and then try it again on web.airdroid.com?
Lillian
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Re: How to enable USB debugging on the phone

This is not working for me anymore...I have a OnePlus 3 with Android 5.0.1, I had turned on the Debugging option and had installed the AirMirror plugin in my Chrome.When I go to web.airdroid.com and then choose the "AirMirror" option my phone awakes but nothing shows on the AirMirror screen. Then I get the message in AirDrord web telling that I should configure my phone by plugin it into via USB cable to my Macbook Pro, which I do and nothing happens, it keeps telling the same message of "Failed to connect to device" with a link to this page.[sizeimg=100%xauto]htt.....
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Re: How to enable USB debugging on the phone

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