The Samsung Galaxy A22s 5G is a mid-range smartphone that uses a combination of features from previous A-series phones, including a 6.5-inch Full HD+ display, a large battery, and 5G connectivity. It also comes with an updated UI which includes the ability to enable Developer Options.
If you want to test out the full capabilities of your device, it’s necessary to enable Developer Options. Here’s a guide on how to do it.
Why You Need to Enable Developer Options
- Enable USB debugging: This gives your device the ability to interact with your PC, allowing you to take a backups, upload Messages backup file, and even transfer media files.
- Activate demo mode: If you want to run eye-catching demonstration of features available in your device, this is a must-have option.
- Uninstall system apps: This allows you to free up storage space. However, keep in mind that uninstalling system apps might make your device unstable.
- Take screenshots: Not as important as the above options, but if you are a developer and creating your own applications, you can take screenshots for a variety of purposes, such as bug reports.
How to Enable Developer Options in Samsung Galaxy A22s 5G
- Open the Settings application on your Samsung Galaxy A22s 5G.
- Scroll down and open the “About Phone” option.
- Find “Build Number” and tap it 7 times.
- You will be prompted with “You are now a developer”.
- Now, a new entry called “Developer Options” will appear in the device’s main Settings menu.
- You can now toggle the Developer Options on andoff as you like.
- You can access a variety of different options, such as the debugging options and demo mode.
You have successfully enabled Developer Options on your Samsung Galaxy A22s 5G. Now it’s up to you to decide how you want to utilize these options to the fullest. Keep in mind that Developer Options should be accessed with caution, and should be disabled in case you are done with testing out your device.