Samsung Galaxy F12 is a powerful device that has been recently released. It packs a punch with its 4GB RAM and 128GB storage, but it can do even more when you enable its Developer Options. With this mode enabled, you can access a host of useful features like debugging, testing, and performing other operations that would not be available in regular usage. But in order to enable them, you first need to know how to access them. In this guide, we will explain how to enable Developer Options on the Samsung Galaxy F12.
Why Enable Developer Options?
Enabling the Developer Options mode in the Samsung Galaxy F12 has a range of benefits. These include:
- Access to debugging and other features for developers
- Handy testing options
- Ability to customize system settings that aren’t available otherwise
- Ability to enable USB debugging
- Enables better control over notifications
- Ability to modify system settings that are subject to change depending on the app
- Easier control of battery consumption and more efficient charging
How to Enable Developer Options in Samsung Galaxy F12
From the Home screen on your Samsung Galaxy F12, navigate to the Settings menu and tap on the “About Device” option.
Scroll down to the bottom and you should find the “Build Number” option. Tap on it seven times. Upon doing this, a message should pop up saying “You are now a developer”.
Now go back to the Settings and scroll down until you find the “Developer Options” option. Tap on it to open the menu.
You should now see all the options in the Developer Options menu. To enable them, simply toggle the “On” switch and confirm.
If you would like to enable USB debugging, simply go to the “Debugging” section in the Developer Options menu and tap on the “USB Debugging” option to toggle it “On”.
And that’s it! You have successfully enabled the Developer Options mode on your Samsung Galaxy F12. You should now be able to access all the features that come with Developer Options such as debugging, testing, and other system settings. Enjoy!