[GlideX] How to enable USB debugging for Android devices?

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edited November 11 in FAQ

To connect your Android mobile device and your personal computer with a USB cable, please make sure you complete the following steps:

  1. Enable the [Developer option]
  2. Enable the [USB debugging settings]
  3. Allow [USB debugging] when plugging in the USB cable

 

Steps required to enable USB cable connection vary depending on the brand of your device.

  1. Samsung, Google, Sony, OnePlus: Go to Settings > Tap About Phone > Tap Build number 7 times to enable Developer options. Then go to System > Developer options > Turn on USB debugging, and tap OK on the Allow USB debugging pop-up dialog.
     
  2. Huawei: Go to Settings > Tap About Phone > Tap Build number 7 times to enable Developer options. Then go to System & updates > Developer options > Turn on USB debugging. And turn on the Allow USB debugging pop-up dialog after plugging your phone with USB cable.
     
  3. Mi: Go to Settings > Tap My device > Tap All specs > Tap MIUI version 7 times and go back. Then go to Additional Settings > Developer options, and turn on Developer options > Turn on USB debugging. And tap Accept for the pop-up dialog after counting. Turn on Install via USB and USB debugging (Security settings), and tap Next step after counting > Tap Accept after counting.
     
  4. Oppo: Go to Settings > Tap About Phone > Tap Build number 7 times to enable Developer options. Then go to Additional Settings > Developer options, and turn on USB debugging, and tap OK on the Allow USB debugging pop-up dialog.
     
  5. Realme: Go to Settings > Tap About Phone > Tap Version > Tap Build number 7 times to enable Developer options. Then go to Additional Settings > Developer options > Turn on USB debugging, and tap OK on the Allow USB debugging pop-up dialog.
     
  6. Vivo: Go to Settings > Tap More settings > Tap About phone > Tap Software version 7 times. Then go to Developer options > Turn on Developer options and tap OK for development settings. Next, turn on USB debugging, and tap OK on the Allow USB debugging pop-up dialog.
     
  7. LG: Ensure the developer menu is enabled in system About phone > Software info and tap Builder number for several times. And ensure USB debugging is enabled in the developer menu. Then go to Settings > Tethering & networks and switch on USB tethering.


In the following, take ASUS Zenfone for example:

Note: Mobile devices need to be connected to your computer using USB cable. 

1. Swipe left on GlideX [Home], tap on [USB Connection Settings], tap on the [Developer Options] will be directed to the mobile device's [About Mobile] page, tap on [Software Information], and tap on [Build Number] seven times in a row to turn on the developer options.

2. When the developer options is turned on, go back to the USB cable connection page, tap on [USB debugging], or in [Developer options] and tap on [USB Debugging], a pop-up window will appear, tap on [OK], and USB Debuging detection will turn on. Connect your computer and mobile device using a USB cable, and a pop-up window will appear on the mobile device, tap on [Always allow from this computer], then tap [Allow], and then tap [Yes] to connect your computer and mobile device. 

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