Whether you're rooting Creo Mark 1, flashing an Image, installing firmware, or custom ROMS, enabling USB Debugging is a crucial step for Creo Mark 1. What is USB Debugging? It's simply a way for your device to use Android SDK over USB connection.
USB Debugging is especially appealing to developers as it allows them to run commands, transfer files to and from PC and do other critical tasks. Enabling USB Debugging on Creo Mark 1 is a piece of cake, it's neatly tucked away under Android's Developer Options menu.
On this page, you will learn to enable USB debugging in Creo Mark 1. You will be able to start enabling USB debugging on your Creo Mark 1 by following the steps below. If you own any one of devices and want to enable USB debugging on your device, read the rest of article. You can also download Creo Mark 1 USB drivers to prevent unrecognized USB connections.
Steps to enable USB debugging in Creo Mark 1
- Go to App drawer on your Creo Mark 1
- On your phone, go to Settings→About Device/Phone
- You will have to look for Build Number of your Creo Mark 1
- Just tap over build number section about 7 to 10 times
- After tapping over build number, your device will display popup message saying that "you are now a developer"
- This will simply unlock Developer Options menu in your Creo Mark 1 Android device
- Go back and now access the Developer options menu, check ‘USB debugging’ and click OK on the prompt.
Instructions for Android 2.3 or earlier
Enabling USB Debugging for a device running Android 2.3 or earlier is a different story. Here are step-by-step instructions for that:
- Go to Settings menu on Creo Mark 1
- Scroll down and tap on Applictions or Apps or App Manager
- Scroll down until you find the Development
- Tap on this and check 'enable USB debugging'