How to Enable USB Debugging on Android With a Black Screen Error

One of the most frustrating things that you may encounter when using your Android smartphone is when it doesn’t recognize or display a particular USB device. This issue can really cause a lot of inconvenience, especially if you are in a business situation and need to use your smartphone while traveling. You may want to check if your smart phone has Bluetooth support or not. If it does, then you need not worry because you can use the USB cable to debug USB devices such as your laptop or music player.

To summarize, USB debugging enables you to recover data from nearly all kinds of USB devices. Even if your smartphone’s screen is already turning black, you still can still easily recover your data using USB debugging. This article will serve as an effective guide on how to enable USB debugging on android with black screen by simply connecting your smartphone to a USB port of your computer and running a USB recovery software. This will enable you to view your phone’s properties such as its active memory, file system, settings, data, and even passwords. Plus, this will enable you to recover those important files that you have accidentally deleted.

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Next, you must enable your computer to recognize your smartphone’s USB device. To do this, enable the USB driver for your computer. Normally, this is automatically detected. Then run the USB drivers software which will enable your computer to detect and use your smartphone’s USB device. On the top screen of your smartphone, find the settings. Select the Bluetooth devices.

Then, go to the files folder. If it is not there, you can create it by clicking the plus sign next to the folder. In this folder, look for your important data stored in your android phone like contacts, texts, messages, email, photos, and so on. Double-click on the named file, select the empty rectangle for inserting the file into your computer and then use the mouse to highlight the highlighted data and drag it to the desktop or laptop screen.

Furthermore, if your phone supports USB 2.0, connect your computer to your smartphone using USB cable and enable debugging mode. Usually, your phone supports USB power cable to charge up your gadget. It would take some time for the phone to detect all the ports and connect with the computer. Once it successfully connects to your computer, double-click on the named file, choose the empty text rectangle for inserting the file into the computer and then click OK. Your phone will now show a Windows logo, confirm that you want to enable debugging and then restart your smartphone to complete the process.

However, if your smart phone still does not recognize the USB gadget, try resetting your smartphone or unplugging it from your computer to see if it helps. You can also use different recovery tools to recover data from your device. You can use “My Computer” on your desktop to open a command prompt and then use “regedit” command to locate your smartphone. You will need to enter “phyagos” when you are trying to enter the command inside the registry editor window. Finally, run “regedit” to reset the connection between your smartphone and your computer.

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After you have successfully enabled USB debugging on your smartphone, it is also important that you secure your device from unwanted thieves. You can do so by setting a password in your smartphone or create an individual partition on your computer to enable it to use the external memory. To enable clockworkmod recovery, you should create a recovery file for your device by copying the necessary files to your computer and then insert it. This file is needed to recover your smartphone.

 

Last but not least, if you cannot connect to your smartphone using USB because of some reasons, then you must firstly try out different USB ports on your computer to determine which port is not working properly. If none of the ports work fine, then remove any external memory card and reinsert the SD card to enable debugging on Android. Now, restart your device and if everything is okay, then you should be able to recover files from your smartphone.

By Maria Jose

Maria Jose is the Daily Reuters bestselling author. She is named as Publishers Weekly Flying Start. Maria was born and raised in Portugal. She is a bookseller before shifting to children’s publishing and has worked at a literary development company and a creative writing website for teens and as a book reviewer of children’s and young adult novels. She is tall for no reason and lives in United Kingdom.

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