On this page, you will learn to enable USB debugging in Samsung Galaxy A3. You will be able to start enabling USB debugging on your Samsung Galaxy A3 by following the steps below. If you own any one of Samsung devices and want to enable USB debugging on your Samsung device, read the rest of article. You can also download Galaxy A3 USB drivers to prevent unrecognized USB connections.
Steps to enable USB debugging in Samsung Galaxy A3
- Go to App drawer on your Samsung Galaxy A3
- On your Galaxy A3, go to Settings→About Device/Phone
- You will have to look for Build Number of your Samsung Galaxy A3
- Just tap over build number section about 7 to 10 times
- After tapping over build number, your Galaxy A3 device will display popup message saying that "you are now a developer"
- This will simply, unlock Developer Options menu in your Samsung Galaxy A3 Android device
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You might want to know how to install Samsung Galaxy A3 USB drivers to be able to establish fine connection between smartphone to PC for firmware flashing purpose. Do follow the given useful articles below for Galaxy A3:
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If any of the above Samsung USB drivers don’t work for your device, try downloading the Samsung Kies 3 (PC Suite) on your computer and install it. Samsung Kies 3 will automatically, install the necessary USB drivers for your device.