USB Debugging Mode - HTC One® max
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USB Debugging Mode - HTC One® max

If your computer/PC doesn't recognize your wireless device / USB when it's inserted/connected, this may help. Our Troubleshooting Assistant can help you with other device issues if you aren't currently using the tool.

USB debugging is intended for development purposes only. It can be used to copy data between the computer and the device, install apps on the device without notification and read log data.

To access developer options they must first be enabled.
 

 

Enable Developer Options.

  1. From a home screen, tap Apps Apps icon (located at the bottom).
  2. Tap Settings Settings icon.
    Note If unavailable, swipe down on the Apps menu and tap the dropdown menu Applications dropdown menu icon (beneath date/time) then select Alphabetical. If still unavailable, refer to Manage App Icons.
  3. Tap About.
  4. Tap Software information.
  5. Tap More.
  6. Tap Build number five times. A countdown displays the taps remaining.
    Screen displaying message One step away from being a developer
  7. The screen displays the following message.
    You are now a Developer
  8. The settings menu now contains developer options.

 

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Access Developer Options.

  1. From a home screen, tap Apps Apps icon (located at the bottom).
  2. Tap Settings Settings icon.
    Note If unavailable, swipe down on the Apps menu, tap the dropdown menu Applications dropdown menu icon (beneath date/time) then select Alphabetical. If still unavailable, refer to Manage App Icons.
  3. Tap Developer options.
  4. If prompted, tap OK.
  5. Slide the Developer options switch to enable On Switch or Off switch to disable.
  6. Tap USB debugging.
    Note Enabled when a check mark Check box icon is present.
    Note If presented with 'Allow USB debugging' screen, tap OK.

 

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Last Modified: June 20, 2014
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