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What is USB Debugging?

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    USB debugging is a development tool utilized to copy data between your device and computer. With “USB Debugging” enabled, you can use rooting tools to root your phone or tablet or connect your device using Android Development Kit (ADK) to execute ADB shell commands. By default, “USB Debugging” is disabled and requires to be enabled.



    USB debugging is a advanced feature of a Android smart phone which lets us to communicate to and update our Android device with the help of a computer. Android mobile phones are rooted by USB Debugging. You can turn on USB Debugging in your Android phone by navigating to menu>settings>applications and development> and then enabling USB Debugging by ticking its check box.



    USB Debugging Mode is a mode that can be enabled in Android after connecting the device directly to a computer with a USB cable. The primary function of this mode is to facilitate a connection between an Android device and a computer with Android SDK (software development kit). As the name might suggest, Android SDK is a software suite that’s designed to aid in the development of Android apps

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