Enable developer options, USB debugging mode and OEM Unlock on Android Devices

The new Android device’s need to enable this function called developer options, USB debugging mode and OEM Unlock you have to allow it first. Then you can do rooting installing recovery and other mod’s. Here the simple guides with the screenshot for beginners How To Enable developer options On Android Oreo, USB debugging mode and OEM Unlock on Android Oreo Devices.

If you are a Geeky and always want to customise your device by rooting, installing Custom ROM’s and other mods but you can’t do directly. First, you need to enable developer options then you can enable USB debugging from developer options also OEM unlock.

What are Android Developer Options?

Each Android smartphone and Android tablet contains a secret set of options it’s Android Developer Options. People who need additional functions to test software and applications they are designed for Android devices. Android developer options allow you to enable USB debugging, capture bug reports and show on-screen CPU usage to measure the impact of your software.

What Is USB Debugging Mode?

The USB debug mode on some versions of Android is also called Developer mode. So it’s relatively easy for you to understand that this USB Debug Mode establishes a direct connection between an Android Device and a computer and prepares you for deeper level actions.

What is OEM unlock?

The new Android phone comes with the locked bootloader; It means your device is protected if device lost or stolen. Without unlocking bootloader device can’t be flashable any firmware and rom. After Enable OEM unlock from developer option you can unlock the bootloader, but you need the code from the vendor, Here are the guides you can find how to unlock bootloader.

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Let’s go to the guide How to Enable developer options, USB debugging mode, and OEM Unlock on Android 8.0 Oreo and Android 7.0 Nougat. This guide will work on Stock based Android phones Like Google Pixel, Google Nexus and Android One based phones.


How To Enable developer options On Android Oreo:-

  1. Open Settings on your Android device.
  2. Tap on System ⇒ About phone.
  3. Scroll down and tap Build number for seven times. This will enable Developer options on your device.
  4. Go back to Settings System ⇒ select Developer options from there and turn it on.

Now you can enable USB debugging mode, and OEM Unlock from Developer Options.


Enable USB debugging mode On Android Oreo:-

  1. Open Settings on your Android device.
  2. Go to ⇒ System ⇒ select Developer options.
  3. And turn on USB debugging.

Android debug Oreo

This guide will work both Android 7.0 and Android 8.0 Stock-based Android Devices.


How To Enable OEM Unlock On Android Oreo:-

  1. Open Settings on your Android device.
  2. Go to ⇒ System ⇒ select Developer options.
  3. And turn on OEM Unlock.

Now you can unlock your android device bootloader using the fastboot command “fastboot oem unlock“.

Your device is now ready for Rooting, Customization and Installing Mods and Rom’s. You can check out our rooting section Twrp Installing Guide, How to install Mod’s and Custom Rom Section.

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