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Saturday, November 15, 2014

How to Enable Developer Options for Android Jellybean (ex: Cherry Mobile Flare HD) and Android Kitkat (ex: Asus Zenfone)

Google's Android 4.2 update comes without Developer Options disabled. If you need it enabled, keep reading! I'm going to keep this short and sweet (but image heavy)!

How to enable Developer options on an Android Jellybean (done on my Cherry Mobile Flare HD):

Go to Settings > About phone

Tap on the Build number 7 times

Yes 7 times!

Developer Options enabled!
Developer options now visible under Settings > System 

How to enable Developer options on an Android Jellybean running Zen UI (done on my Asus Zenfone 5):

Go to Settings About phone

then go to Software information


Click on Build number 7 times

Developer Options enabled!



How to enable Developer options on an Android KitKat running Zen UI (done on my sister's Asus Zenfone 4):

Go to Settings > About Phone

then go to Software information


Click on Build number 7 times

Developer Options enabled!

Developer options now visible under Settings > System

There you go! Procedure for other Androids 4.2 and above should be the same. You just navigate to where the Build number is displayed and click on it 7 times to enable Developer Options.

One of the most common features used under Developer Options is USB debugging. One reason to have it enabled is if you're looking into rooting your Android phone.

Interested in rooting your Asus Zenfone? Watch out for the tutorial soon!

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