Enable Developer Option and USB Debugging on Vivo V15 Pro: There are processes which form the basis of day to day essential activities on any android device and then there is a process that makes basics of advanced use of Android devices. Enabling Developer Option and USB Debugging are somewhat median to both of them. This does not have to be clarified how important USB Debugging is when you wish to connect to any PC or other port. Developer Options, just like the name, help the developers out with the advanced techniques and processes like building an app, etc.
For one reason or another, there might come a time when you too would have to deal with either one or both of them and for such times, you need to be prepared. Hence, we are here with today’s article on Enabling Developer Option and USB Debugging on Vivo V15 Pro. Keep reading the article for more information.
How to Enable Developer Option on Vivo V15 Pro?
Step 1. To begin with, unlock your Android and go to the Settings of your Android.
Step 2. Then scroll down to find the About Device and tap on it.
Step 3. Locate on the Build Number of your Android and tap several times on it.
Step 4. And you have successfully enabled the Developer Option on your Android.
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How to Enable USB Debugging on Vivo V15 Pro?
For enabling USB Debugging on Android you will first of all have to enable developer option on your device. The process has been mentioned above.
Step 1. Once you have enabled USB Debugging Option on your Android, Go back to the Main Settings.
Step 2. Now run the Additional Settings. There, tap on the Developer Options to enable it from there.
Step 3. Then Scroll Down and find USB Debugging option and enable it.
And you are done here! You have successfully enabled the USB Debugging Mode.
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How to Enable USB Debugging with a broken Screen?
At times, we come across a situation, of no interest to get into where your phone screen breaks or gets damaged by some reasons. At such moments of annoyance, you can help yourselves out by operating the device with a USB Cable. Again you have various options for handling this situation like by using Third Party Application or also by using OTG Adapter and a mouse, etc.
Given below is the most reliable method I could find for enabling USB Debugging mode using ADB commands. Google has developed a number of SDK or what we can call as Software Development Kits. You get a feature called ADB in this tool. With the help of ADB, you can communicate with a phone unless USB debugging is enabled.
A word of advice I would like to share with you all, do not try this method unless you are an advanced techie. One simple mistake and you could even damage your Android.
Step 1. To begin the process with, Install ADB on your Computer.
Step 2. Then connect your Android to the PC via appropriate USB Cables.
Step 3. The next step is to boot your device into the ClockWorkMod Recovery. You can do this by- Holding the Power Button+ Home Button+ Volume Up or Down Button all together and depending on the method of your device.
Step 4. Once the Clockwork Mode recovery loads, you should check if the ADB connection runs. You can do that by opening a Command prompt Window on your Pc and type the Following command.
Step 5. Now, Backup all of your phone data. You can do so by typing the below command in the same prompt window.
adb pull/ data/ media / clockworkmod/ backup~/ Desktop/ Android-up
Features of Android Developer Options:
- Bug Report: Using this option surfaces the log files on your Android and allow you to send them where ever you want to.
- Desktop Backup password: You will need a password for backups through this feature. Android Developer Option allows you to back up and restore to and from your computer, sort of things like apps, associated data, etc.
- Keep your phone awake: Check the ‘Stay awake‘ option and the screen on your phone to stay on anytime and every time it is plugged in. This surely is useful when you are working on Android development and find it annoying that the screen keeps timing out. However, it will do you any good to your screen in the process.
- Mock locations: Tap on the ‘Allow Mock Locations’ option, and you will be able to manually write location information. This is useful if you are developing an app that uses location information.
- Enable Open GL Traces: This is a setting that records Open GL Errors. Enable Open GL trace places in any log file you want.
- Debug GPU Over Draw: Whenever any application asks the system to draw something on the top of something else, GPU Overdraw happens. You can get information about this happening through Debug GPU Overdraw.
- Background Process Limit: You can, with this feature, know the Background Process Limit i.e. it lets you set how many processes can run in the background at any time.
Specifications of Vivo V15 Pro
The VivoV15 Pro comes with 6.39 inches display size and 1080 x 2316 pixels resolution.
The display type is Super AMOLED Capacitative touchscreen with 16 M Colors.
The OS is Android 9.0 Pie with Octa Core CPU and Adreno 612 GPU.
The Internal storage is 128 GB, 6/8 GB RAM. And microSD up to 256 GB.
The rear camera is of 48 MP, 8 MP, 5 MP and the front camera is of 32 MP.
The battery is non-removable Li-Po 3700 mAh battery and the price is about 28,000.
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