ODIMEXY SAYS ; Very soon i will be preparing a post entailing huge list of codes for Google POWERED phones.
But, today we are going to share another hidden secret stuff for Google Android device users.
Many of you might be aware
of ” Developer Options ” menu present in Android mobile
phones and tablets. “Developer Options” menu was put in
Settings page of Android OS to help developers in testing their
apps and other functionality and features of the OS.
In older versions of Android OS (from 2.0 to 4.1), the
“Developer Options” menu was directly visible to all users in
Settings page. But Google decided to hide the “Developer
Options” menu in Android 4.2 Jelly Bean version. The
decision to hide the menu was taken so that normal users can’t
use this advanced menu as it may harm OS functionality and
may enable unwanted testing features.
Now in new Android OS versions such as Android 4.2, 4.3
and 4.4 , “Developer Options” menu is hidden by default but
can be enabled or activated using a secret trick. You can
consider it as an Easter egg .
So today in this topic, we are going to share the secret trick
to turn the hidden “Developer Options” menu on in
new versions of Google Android operating system. With the help
of this trick, you can enable “Developer Options” menu in both
mobile phones as well as tablets running on Android OS.
If you also can’t see the “Developer Options” menu in your
Android mobile phone or tablet, just follow these simple steps to
activate and enable the menu:
⬛ You can Simply watch our video for better clearance and certification below ⬛
STEP 1. First of all open Settings page of your Android
mobile phone or tablet.
STEP 2. Now you need to open “About Device ” (or About
Phone / About Tablet) section. In old Android versions, this
section can be found at the bottom of Settings page. In newer
Android versions such as Android 4.4 KitKat, the “About
Device” section has been moved to a new tab “More ” in
STEP 3. Once you open ” About Device ” section, scroll
down to bottom to see ” Build Number” option.
STEP 4. To activate and add “Developer Options” menu, you
need to tap on the “Build Number” field 7 times .
Start tapping “Build Number” field and as soon as you tap the
field 3 times, Android OS will show a message that “You are
now 4 steps away from being a developer”.
After tapping the “Build Number” field 7 times, you’ll get a
message “Developer mode has been enabled ” and the
“Developer Options” menu will be automatically activated and
enabled in Settings page.
STEP 5. Now you can enable or disable various advanced
option using “Developer Options” menu such as:
♦Stay awake (always turn the screen on while charging)Stats about running processes
♥Show CPU usage
♦USB debugging mode
♥Allow mock locations
♦Show visual feedback for touches
♥Show pointer location on screen
♦Flash screen to show updates
♥Disable or modify animations and transition effects to
♦Force GPU rendering
♥Do not run activities in background when user closes them
◾And more depending on your phone’s type.
⬛NOTE:⬛ This trick to enable “Developer Options” menu will
work in all mobile phone brands having Android OS such as
Samsung Galaxy, Sony, HTC, Google Nexus, LG,
PS: The interface of Settings page in your Android mobile
phone or tablet might differ from the interface shown in above
screenshots as above screenshots were taken using Google
Android 4.2 ISO image running in virtual environment in
To learn how to disable developer options, watch our video above