By default turn off or hidden developer options on your Android 10. You can enable or disable developer mode in Android 10 using this tutorial. There are several useful settings available on developer options like USB debugging, OEM unlocking, USB configuration, Windows animation scale, background process limit, and more. Let see the complete process to turn on developer mode on Android 10 supported devices.
How to Turn On/Turn Off Developer Mode Android 10
Step 1: Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open the app drawer and touch “Settings app” or Swipe down notification tray twice from the top & touch “Settings gear icon”.
Step 2: Scroll down until the end and touch on “About phone”.
Step 3: At the end of the page, click on “Build number 7 times”.
You can view “You are now a developer!” message when enabled developer mode.
Step 4: Touch the “back button” and tap “System”.
Step 5: Touch the “Advanced”.
Step 6: Touch on “Developer options”.
Step 7: You can view enabled the Developer mode.
Now, enable or disable developer settings you want in your latest Android 10 devices.
How to Hide or Disable Developer Options on Android 10
Step 1: Go to “Settings”.
Step 2: Scroll down until see “System” at the end and tap on it.
Step 3: Click on “Advanced”.
Step 4: Click on “Developer options”.
Step 5: Toggle off “On” to turn off developer option.
Step 6: Touch the back button.
Step 7: You can see Hide developer mode in your Android 10 device.
To turn on developer option on Android 10, follow the above-given steps in your devices.
How to Turn on USB Debugging on Android 10
To enable USB debugging on your Android devices, make sure to activate developer options.
Settings > At the end, tap on System > Advanced > Developer options > Toggle on “USB debugging” in Debugging category > OK
Have you already enable or disable developer mode in your Android 10? Which developer options feature you loved most? Tell us in the comment box.