Enabling USB debugging will assist in getting your phone to connect with Android Phone Data Recovery or Android Phone Data Recovery for Mac and allow you to recover lost or deleted contacts, text messages, photos, videos, whasapp messages, call logs and more from Andriod device. If you are unable to enable that feature, try the following method to solve this.
Let's teach you four different ways to enable USB Debugging on HTC, Motorola, Samsung, Sony Xperia, Lenovo, LG, Google Nexus and other Android phone.You can also turn on usb debugging with broken screen phone.
The first location that will give you assistance would be in the Android Data Recovery window, as the software will tell you that you need to have USB debugging enabled, and will give directions on how to enable it for your device. If you don’t see the instructions, check to see what version of the Android operating system you are running on your device, and then follow the steps to enable USB debugging on your Android phone.
1. For Android version 2.3 or earlier, tap Settings>Applications>Development and then click on USB Debugging.
2. For Android version 3.0 to 4.1, tap Settings>Developer Options and then click on USB Debugging.
3. If you have Android 4.2 or later versions, the way of getting the to the USB Debugging is a little more involved. To start tap on Settings>About Phone and then tap Build Number 7 times or until you get the note “You are under developer mode”. Now start back at Settings and choose Developer Options, and then click on USB Debugging.
If the above options do not allow you to get into USB Debugging mode, contact support and provide the following information for analysis:
1. What is your Android OS version? IE: 4.1.2 or 4.2.1, etc
2. A screenshot of the error message that you received.
Method one: %appdata%WondershareDrFoneAndroidlog
(Open Computer on your desktop, and then copy above address to the address bar to be directed to the file location)
Method two: Learn more in this use guide to enable USB debugging on Android phone.