Android Tutorials - Herong's Tutorial Examples - v3.04, by Herong Yang
Turning on USB Debugging on LG-P925g
This section provides a tutorial example on how to turn on 'USB Debugging' on LG-P925g Android phones in the 'Settings > Applications > Development' area.
After installing the LG USB driver on my Windows system for my LG Android phone, I am ready to turn on the USB Debugging function on my phone to allow me to do testing and debugging my application on my phone through the USB connection.
1. Turn on the LG-P925g phone and connect it to the Windows computer with the USB cable. You will get the USB connected message, which asks you to "Turn on USB storage". Ignore that message, because we don't want use the phone just as a USB storage.
2. Tap on "Home", "Settings", "Applications", then "Development". You will see 3 development settings:
USB debugging - Debug mode when USB is connected [ ] Stay awake - Screen will never sleep while charging [ ] Allow mock locations - Allow mock locations [ ]
3. Tap on the checkbox to turn on the "USB debugging" setting. You will get the confirmation message:
Allow USB debugging? USB debugging is intended for development purposes only. It can be used to copy data between your computer and your device, install applications on your device without notification, and read log data. [OK] [Cancel]
4. Tap on "OK" to confirm.
5. On your computer, Windows will display a "Your device is ready to use" icon in the task bar area. Click on it see details:
This is getting better. There are more functions that are available on the USB connection now:
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