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How to enable Android USB Debugging on Samsung Galaxy S4 mini (in pictures)

1 - Select Apps

1 – Select Apps

2 - Go to Settings

2 – Go to Settings

3 - Select More -> About Device

3 – Select More -> About Device

4 - Tap 7 times on Build Number

4 – Tap 7 times on Build Number

5 - Select More -> Developer options

5 – Select More -> Developer options


6 – Check USB debugging


7 – Select OK to allow USB debugging


8 – That’s it

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  • Toha me

    would like to thank you for the input that you have posted; it did help me to
    use the USB with my phone. I had to make an account to express my gratitude,
    which I believe you deserve.

    • Adrian Matei

      I am glad I could help you. Thanks for flagging that. I’ve also enabled “Guest commenting”, let’s see how that works…

  • Wesam Alalem

    Thank you for instructions.

  • Satbir

    sir it aint working as usb debug i mean i still show my device as a portable device can u help

  • Raphael Pungin

    Thank you. Very nice and concise!

  • deven


  • deven

    how to use otg pen drive or cable with s4 mini phone

  • Shawn

    I just bought this pebble blue at&t sgs4. I bought it hoping it would be as badass as the red one I bought last year. Um…. it’s like they dummied it down and locked out any feature that would give access to root. Maaannnn. .. I tweaked the shit outta my red one. It was my hot rod till it got jacked.

    Anyway…..I got dev. options open on the blue one but no matter what I do the USB debugging option stays greyed out. Can’t click on it. All FUN fun shot dead right there. What do I do?