You just received your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and started to configure it. You’re absolutely pleased with how it works, how smooth and fast it moves, and how many options and settings you have at hand. But you haven’t seen it all! Believe us, you haven’t, and until you take the time to enable the developer mode on Samsung Galaxy Note 8, you won’t!
That’s because all the options that this mode will unlock for you are generally hidden from the regular user. To get to it, you’ll have to enable the Developer Mode, something that is currently invisible within your smartphone’s settings. But coming up next, we’ll show you the ropes on activating it.
The information presented in here will prove useful to anyone who wants to become a developer, but also to those users who just want to play with new, third-party software or ROMs and other advanced features. Just because they are advanced features it doesn’t mean you’ll risk affecting anything from the functionality of your Samsung Galaxy Note 8. And the simple fact that you’ve been particularly searching for this kind of information shows that you have some clues on what you are about to do.
Now that we have settled this important aspect – nothing wrong will happen while in the Developer Mode, let us show you how to get there.
The exact steps that will help you enable Developer Mode on Note 8:
- Turn on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8;
- Go to its General Settings menu;
- Open the section with details, from About Device;
- Select the Bild Number entry;
- Quickly tap several times – 6-7 times – to unlock the developer menu;
- You’ll know when to stop because a prompt will show up on the screen – after that, you only need to tap 4 more times;
- Use the back key to return to Settings;
- Look right around the About Device menu and, this time, you will spot a new option, that wasn’t listed in there before – the Developer Options.
All these being said, it looks like you have successfully activated the Developer Mode on your Samsung Galaxy Note 8. You’ve unlocked a series of advanced features and, as an advanced user that you are, you should be able to use them wisely, learn new things, and improve the overall performances of the device. Let us know how it works out for you!