New answers tagged usb-debugging
If you have an enterprise device then it is likely disabled by your IT department to prevent unknown users from accessing the data on the phone. If you need access then you will have to go to the policy administrator to get it unlocked.
ADB will not automatically connect to your device when it is plugged in. The "Devices" command will give you a list of "connected" devices, not devices available for connection. To connect your device issue the command: adb connect localhost Let me know if I misunderstood your situation or if there is anything else I can do to help.
You may have to enable the Developer option manually. For this you have to go Settings -> About Phone, then tap on the build number 7 times. Hope that will help :-) Thanks
Try connecting a different USB cable or may be restarting a device might help too.
I also had this problem, but I solved it for myself. I just needed to change my cable, and it worked again. Maybe you have a defective cable as well.
Check your USB cable it must be lose.
You need to be rooted and have ROM with sqlite3 support e.g., Cyanogemod. If yes, you can try updating the settings files manually via entering adb shell: su sqlite3 /data/data/com.android.providers.settings/databases/settings.db update global set value='1' where name='adb_enabled'; update global set value='1' where name='development_settings_enabled'; exit ...
Actually, it shouldn't be necessary to connect the tablet to your desktop. All you need to do is to log into Google Play on your desktop with the same account that's registered on the tablet. Then navigate to an app and press the Install button (or Installed if it's already installed on one of your other devices): Once you click Install, a dialog will ...
Short answer is yes you can. Long answer is below but basically it depends on your device, your bootloader and if someone has figured out an exploid to unlock the bootloader yet. More information: From this link you can see the difference: What is bootloader and why unlock it? In literal terms, bootloader is code that is executed before any ...
In the developer settings, there is a "Revoke USB debugging authorizations". Try to use it. It should remove the authorization you give for your computer. So next time, that computer won't be able to directly use the debugging.
The PC Software setting is just for installing and using the LG PC software. Once your drivers are installed, enable USB Debugging, plug it in, change it from "charge only" to "MTP" and USB Debugging should work.
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