Enable USB-Debugging on Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge

The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge both factory default installed Android 5.0 Lollipop.Until now only a small part of the model support to upgrade to Android 5.1.1Lollipop. Samsung is starting to push out the Android 5.1.1 update to the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. Along with performance enhancements, the 5.1 update brings some minor feature changes as well.

The Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update for the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge is now available for download. This update includes performance improvements, bug fixes and new features. The new features include photo exposure controls, app organization based on alphabetical order, the ability to remove QuickConnect and S Finder from the notification shade and wallpaper motion effects.

T-Mobile is the first major U.S. carrier to roll out the Android 5.1.1 update for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, but the other carriers should follow suit soon. The Nexus 6 on T-Mobile also received the Android 5.1.1 update just a few weeks ago. If you are a T-Mobile customer that owns the Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge, then you will be able to download the update over-the-air or through the Samsung KIES app for Mac and PCs. The file size of the upgrade is slightly more than 630MB depending on the device that you have.



How to enable "USB Debugging"?


Unlock your Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge (Enable "Developer options")

The Android developer options are hidden by default. It's not a consumer feature, so Google no doubt decided that it was better for people to not know that they're there, unless they need to use them.In this tutorial we'll show you how to enable the developer options in Android as well as how to disable them once again.

Access Settings > About Phone/Device > Scroll down to the bottom of the screen to locate the Build number > Tap Build number seven times

Enable "USB Debugging"

Access Settings > Developer options > USB Debugging

Note:

The developer options aren't just used by developers. USB Debugging is required by adb, which is used for rooting an Android device, backing it up, installing a custom ROM, taking screenshots from a computer, or doing many other things.So it is not recommended to open the "USB Debugging" Mode all the time,only when you need.