How to enable USB Debugging while phone's screen is broken and unresponsible? How to recover my important files from my phone?
This article will take you through the different ways how to enable USB debugging on android with a broken screen. In addition to enabling USB Debugging, I will also discuss how you can restore data on your device after you have enabled USB debugging. Keep reading.
USB Debugging is a developer mode in Android devices that enables your computer to read all the files on your device, including internal logs. Once this mode is enabled, you can easily transfer all kinds of files from your phone to the computer and vice versa. USB Debugging also makes it possible for newly programmed apps to be transferred to another device (such as a pc) for testing.
The main reason for enabling USB Debugging on a phone with a broken screen is to give your computer full access to the data on the phone. Even if you intend to fix the screen, there might be some crucial files on your device that you may want to access immediately. The only way to access such files is by enabling USB Debugging and restoring these files using a reliable data recovery tool.
Here are some of the ways how to enable USB debugging on android with a black screen or broken screen.
Once you have enabled USB Debugging, you can restore all the files from your device using a professional data recovery tool like Anyrecover for Android. Anyrecover is one of the most reliable applications you can use to recover files (even those you deleted) from your Android device with a broken screen. This tool can be used to recover all kinds of data from your device.
Anyrecover (Android) core features:
Install AnyRecover on your PC. Open it and choose Recover Data from Broken Phone from the screen.
Select the device information for the device you want to recover data from. This allows Anyrecover to download the correct data package needed to recover your files.
Connect your device, and the program will prompt you to put it in downloading mode. Follow the onscreen steps in the app to do this.
Select the files you want to recover and click Next. Then the software will scan your device and show you all the discovered files. Choose the files you want to recover and click Recover to PC/Recover to Device. All your files will be saved to your computer.
If your phone has USB OTG support, you can use a computer mouse to control it and enable USB Debugging mode even if the screen is broken and unresponsive. Follow the steps below to use this method.
Connect the mouse to your phone using the OTG. You may need to mirror your phone to a computer if the screen is totally black.
To enable USB Debugging mode, first head to your Settings > About phone > Developer Options and click the build number seven times to enable Developer Options.
Go back to the previous screen in Settings and you will now see Developer Options. Click on Developer Options, then USB Debugging, and enable it.
There are commands that you can use with the ADB toolkit to turn USB Debugging. However, you will need a computer to use this method. Follow the steps below to enable USB Debugging using the ADB command.
Start by downloading the ADB toolkit and extracting its files to your PC.
Boot your phone into recovery mode by pressing and holding the power and volume-up buttons. This method could be different depending on the kind of device you have.
Connect your phone to your pc and open a command prompt window within the ADB folder you extracted. Type in the command adb devices. Your device should be among the listed devices.
Now type the command to backup data from the phone:
adb pull / data / media / clockworkmod / backup ~ / Desktop / Android-up.
Restart your device using the adb reboot command. It should now boot with USB Debugging enabled.
Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) drivers make it possible to transfer files between your android device and your computer. However, you will need to have USB Debugging mode enabled if you want to access all the files on your device. You can use any of the above methods to enable USB debugging to get started copying files from your device.
We have discussed all the possible methods of how to enable USB Debugging on Android with a broken screen. Once, you have enabled USB Debugging, you can now use Anyrecover for Android to restore any type of file from your phone to the computer. Anyrecover will restore all the files, including those you had deleted (if you need them) to your PC.
Install Anyrecover (Android) now to start restoring your valuable files from an Android device with a broken screen.
Anyrecover (Android) core features:
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