If you want to root your Android device, then enabling USB Debugging Mode is one necessary step to take. The process of enabling USB debugging must be done manually, so it is important that you know how to do it. The latest Android operating system Android Lollipop(5.0) has come to the public and be applied to Nexus series of phones on 12 Nov, 2014. That means Nexus 5, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 are able to get OTA update very soon. We all know that Google make some creative moves about the design of Android 5.0 Lollipop. It confuses attractive animations and completes new UI into the design. But the debugging process is still the same as Android 4.2 or up.So we are going to show you how to enable USB debugging on the latest Android Lollipop.
Step 1. Get into the main interface of the program and then hit App Drawer. Go to Settings.
Step 2. In the Settings, hit About Phone.
Step 3. Click Build number in the About phone. In order to get into the developer mode, you have to tap Build number for seven times.
Step 4. Go back to Settings of your device and then go to Developer Options. Tap USB debugging.
Step 5. Here you can enable the USB debugging mode on your Android 5.0 Lollipop device.
If you want to check whether the USB debugging has been switched on,you can find an icon located at the left top side of your notification bar telling you it is
NOTE: When you try to use dr.fone – Switch, MobileGo to connect your device, there are some must to take steps for you. You need to enable USB Debugging mode and connect your device to the computer. Also, you have to check the option “Always allow from this computer” to make sure all the preparations are done for transfer process.