In an Android device, advanced customization requires developer options to be enabled. In case device is to be customized through PC, USB debugging is to be enabled. Google made it easier to access developer options in older versions of Android. But in new versions like Android 4.3 developer options are hidden. Google might have did it to ensure newbies won’t ruin their device with any activity.
However, if you are an advanced user and wish to enable USB debugging on Android 4.3, you should be able to reach developer options first. Here goes the step-by-step process to enable it.
Guide To Enable USB Debugging On Android 4.3
Step 1: Go to menu and launch Settings
Step 2: Go to About category. You must note that in few devices the About will be available under More section.
Step 3: In the About section, you can find software information of the device. Among the available information, tap the Build number 7 times and it displays “You are a developer now”.
Step 4: Go back to settings menu and you can see Developer options in the settings menu. Tap it and check USB debugging option.
That’s all! You’ve successfully enabled USB debugging on your device running Android 4.3. If you’ve any issues while performing this operation, do let us know through the comment section.