How to Enable or Disable USB Debugging on Galaxy Tab

Being a proud owner of your Android mobile phone, did it happen ever before to you for switching to USB debug mode? The USB debugging can be used to synchronize data between your PC and your phone and addition to that you can install application on your without intimation or notification on your phone.

If you are an Android developer and you are working for an application development for tablet on your Samsung Galaxy Tab then you should enable debugging on the device. It’s important that you text applications on a real device before you release it to the users. This page describes on how you can set up the development on your Android powered devices for testing. Through a simple and easier process followed with step by step guide and instructions we have shown it here -

From the any home screen of your Samsung Galaxy Tab, press the Menu button and then tap on Settings.

Now you need to tap on Applications among the various options available under settings tab.Tab Applications
Now you need to tap on Development and then finally check the USB Debugging to turn it on. Finally confirm your action by tapping on to “Yes“. In the similar way by unchecking it the USB debugging would be disabled on your phone.

USB Debugging

For the security reasons, the USB debugging mode should be disabled at the end of your sessions and that is why we have shown the procedure on how to disable on your tab.

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