How To Enable Developer Mode On Samsung Galaxy J7

For those that have recently purchased a Samsung Galaxy J7, you may want to know how to enable developer mode. One reason you want to enable and turn on Developer Mode for Galaxy J7 is to use some of the new features, security settings and some options that Google chooses to hide from the standard user.

The good news is that by enabling developer mode on Galaxy J7, you can access many of the hidden features of the Galaxy J7. With Developer Mode Options you can control additional aspects changes to the settings, or enable USB debugging for advanced functions.

If you want to become a developer, install third party software/ROMs, or simply just want to mess with your new phone, you’ll have to start with unlocking the developer menu options on the Galaxy J7.The following is a guide on how to turn on Developer Mode on the Galaxy J7.

 

 

How to Enable Developer Mode

First turn on the Galaxy J7 and go to the settings menu. After you get to the settings go to the “About device” and select on the “build number.”  (Note: Sometimes you have to quickly tap several times on the Build number 6-7 times and it will unlock the developer menu).

After a few taps you’ll see the prompt and then tap four more times and you’re done. Then select on the back button and head back into the original base settings menu on the Samsung Galaxy J7. After you get back to the normal settings, you’ll see a brand new option above the “About device.”

Developer options is now right above the About device setting, and a tap on that will take users into the previously hidden developer menu, which needs to be switched to on for full functionality.

After you have enabled Developer Mode on the Samsung Galaxy J7, you’ll see many settings that are targeted towards the advanced user. The main advantage to unlocking the developer menu is having these settings that aren’t available to the basic users.

 

Should I Enable Developer Mode?

When you enable developer options on the Samsung Galaxy J7, there’s no damage that will be done to the smartphone. In Developer Mode, you’ll just see options that are hidden by Google for a reason, but those looking to modify their device will need to access a few of those settings.

 

 

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