Here’s how to enable developer mode on Android 11 to access hidden features. You can turn on or turn off developer options on Android 11 using this tutorial. One of the most used developer mode settings is USB debugging, OEM unlocking for unlocking bootloader, Wireless debugging, Wi-Fi scan throttling, USB configuration, Windows animation scale, Simulate secondary displays, Display cutout, etc.
How to Enable Developer Mode on Android 11
You can find hidden developer mode in Android 11 using system settings. Check out the below steps.
Step 1: Pull down the notification panel at the top and touch the “Settings gear (Cog)” icon.
Step 2: Scroll down at the bottom and touch “System”.
Step 3: Touch “Advanced”.
Step 4: Touch “Developer options”.
If you can’t find developer options, apply the below-given steps in your stock Android 11 OS.
Step 1: Go to “Settings”.
Step 2: Scroll down and tap “About phone”.
Step 3: At the end of the page, tap on “Build number” 7 times.
Step 4: “You are now a developer!” message on the screen.
Step 5: Touch the “Back” button.
Step 6: Go to System > Advanced > Developer options.
Step 7: Toggle on or off you want to use.
How to Disable or Turn Off Developer Options on Android 11
Settings > System > Advanced > Developer options > Toggle off “On” > Back button
Now, hide developer mode in Android 11 settings (Show above screenshot). To access the developer mode setting, you need to follow the above steps again in your supported devices.
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How to Activate USB Debugging in Android 11
Settings > System > Advanced > Developer options > Toggle on “USB debugging” in Debugging category > OK
Easy to enable or disable developer mode in Android 11. Which is your favorite developer mode feature? Tell us in the below comment.