Do you want to know how to enable Developer Mode on Samsung Galaxy Note 4 for accessing various developer tools like Animation speed, debug mode? Turning on Developer mode will also help normal users in reducing animation speed or for forcing dark mode.
Phone: Samsung Galaxy Note 4
Follow our below tutorial to enable or disable developer mode on your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 device. This below tutorial applies to Samsung phones running OneUI 2 or OneUI 3.
How To Enable Developer Mode on Samsung Galaxy Note 4
To enable Developer mode on your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 do the following steps.
Step 1: Open the settings application on Galaxy Note 4 , by going to notification panel and tapping on the settings gear icon on the top right or by searching for the Settings app and opening it.
Step 2: Now slide down to the bottom of the Settings page and Tap on the About Phone option.
Step 3: Now on the About Phone Page, Tap on the Software information option as shown below.
Step 4: Then to enable Developer mode on your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 device, you have to Continuously tap on the Build number option three to four times to enable it. After that is done, the developer mode will be enabled.
Step 5: To access Developer mode go back to the main Settings page and scroll down to the bottom of the page and you will be able to find the Developer mode right below the About Phone option.
Step 6: Tap on it to access all the Developer mode options.
Step 7: Now you will be able to enable developer mode options on your Samsung device like Force Dark mode, Animation speed etc.
Step 8: If you are a Developer, you can also use Debug Mode and access Bug report on the developer options page.
How To Disable Developer Mode on Samsung Galaxy Note 4
To disable Developer mode, open the developer mode page and click on the Developer mode toggle to switch it off. This will disable developer mode settings page and also disable all developer mode tweaks that is enabled before on your Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
I hope you were able to enable or disable Developer Mode on Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphone using our tutorial.
Also, let us know your valuable comments below in the comments section if you have any issues with Developer Mode on your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 device.
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