Samsung launches latest devices called, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10e and Galaxy Note 9. These devices are very powerful in design and hardware. Developer mode has many features and it’s hidden by default to protect from normal users. Because it has some settings that you don’t have to mess if you don’t know anything about it or you will be in trouble. But if you know about developer’s mode then you can customize your galaxy smartphone to a whole new level.
This hidden mode has many useful things like Running services, memory usage by apps, USB debugging, stay awake, Logger buffer size, OEM unlock, windows animation scale, Bluetooth audio codec, background process limits and etc.
How to turn on Developer mode Galaxy S10
To enable developer’s mode in your Galaxy S (Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10e and Galaxy Note 9) devices follow the instructions below, these steps are same on all the devices such as Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10e and Galaxy Note 9.
- To enter into developers mode you need to open Settings.
- Now scroll down and you will find About at the end of the page, tap on it.
- In about, choose Software information.
- Now here is the fun part, scroll down to find Build number and tap on it seven times rapidly. Basically, until you see promoted windows which tell you to enter PIN, Password or Gesture which you used to unlock the Smartphone.
- After entering the details, you will be redirected to the previous page and get message Developer mode has been turned on.
Now Developer Mode is enabled on your device and you can do whatever you want to do to fulfill the purpose of enabling developer mode.