Enabling the Developer option or mode on your Oppo Find X2 Lite mobile will be helpful when you wanted to use advanced features or test the latest features of Android 12 beta versions.
Let’s learn how to enable the developer options on Oppo Find X2 Lite device with our step-by-step tutorial.
How To Enable Developer Option On Oppo Find X2 Lite
To enable and use developer option on your Oppo Find X2 Lite, go to the settings application by tapping the settings icon on the Notification menu or by clicking on the Settings app on the App Listing page or Home screen .
Now find the “About Phone” option and click on the “Version” to open it.
Then tap on the “Build Number” for 7 times continuously until the developer option is enabled.
After you enabled developer mode on your Oppo Find X2 Lite, go back to the settings main page and click on the “Additional settings” option.
Here only you can find and toggle the “Developer Options” switch to on.
Now you will see lot of developer options for networking, storage, media, monitoring etc.
Select the required options and configure you’re mobile’s behavior as per your needs.
That’s it, you have successfully enabled developer option on your Oppo Find X2 Lite mobile.
How to Disable Developer option on Oppo Find X2 Lite
To disable the “Developer Option” in Oppo Find X2 Lite, open the Settings app > About > Version. Now tap on the version number again to toggle the “Developer Options” to off.
I hope you were able to enable the Developer settings option on your Oppo Find X2 Lite smartphone successfully with the help of our tutorial.
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