There are tons of options in the settings menu of your Samsung Galaxy S5, and if you recently purchased this smartphone you will definitely need some time to explore them all. Some options are hidden by default, to prevent inexperienced Android users from changing some settings and perhaps creating a problem they won’t know how to solve. Developer options are the hidden ones, so if you are planning to install custom ROM or if rooting your device is the idea you have in mind, you can do such things only if the developer options are enabled. We are going to show you how to do just that, just follow a few simple steps listed in the guide below: how to enable developer options on Samsung Galaxy S5.
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How to enable developer options on Samsung Galaxy S5
In order to turn on the developer options on your Samsung Galaxy S5, do the following:
- Navigate to Settings
- Scroll down and tap on “About device” (located under the System)
- Find the Build number item
- Tap on it for a few times until you see a message saying you will unlock the option
- Now, you can go back to Settings and you will see the Developer options listed among the other options on your Samsung Galaxy S5.
As you can see, enabling developer options on Galaxy S5 is a pretty simple thing to do when you know where to look. Now, you can enable other options you want, such as USB debugging, for example.
If you ever change your mind and want to disable Developer options, just toggle the switch next to it, and don’t worry, when you do that the options won’t be hidden, just turned off.
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