On Android devices, there are some hidden settings and options for Android developers. Google has hidden these features so most people will not be aware of them. Developers, advanced users and those you need to use these features can manually turn them on. Today, we will show you how to turn on developer settings on a Android powered LG smartphone that is running on Android 7 or later.
Turn on Developer options on LG mobile phones
To turn on developer options on LG mobile phone, open Settings from your home screen. The Networks tab opens by default. Switch to the General tab in Settings, then scroll to the bottom and touch About phone.
The SIM Card tab should open automatically. You need to switch to the Common tab. Here you can see phone name, network status, phone status, battery, hardware info, software info, and other information. Find the heading called Software Info, tap to open it in a new screen. Then find the Build number and tap on it seven times in a roll until you see ‘You are now a developer‘ which means Developer options is turned on.
Now go back to LG phone Settings >> General, you should see the Developer options below the About phone entry. Tap on it, you can turn on or off various advanced settings, such as automatic system updates, USB debugging, mock location, and more.