Step-by-Step Guide to Enable USB Debugging on LG Aristo

It’s straightforward to enable USB debugging on your LG Aristo. This guide will give you detailed instructions on how to recognize and turn on the USB debugging mode so you can easily install a custom ROM, start debugging on a PC or Mac, and a lot more.

Step 1: Enable Developer Options

First, you will need to unlock the Developer Options menu to be able to turn USB debugging on. The process for doing this is incredibly simple.

  1. Navigate to your LG Aristo's Home Screen
  2. Select the Menu button
  3. Select Settings
  4. Scroll down and select About phone
  5. Scroll down to the bottom and Tap Build number 7 times
  6. You will then get a message saying “You are now a developer”
  7. Return to the Settings menu and select Developer options

Step 2: Enable USB Debugging

Once you are in the Developer Options menu, you can enable USB debugging.

  1. Open the Developer Options menu
  2. Select “USB debugging”
  3. Enable the USB debugging checkbox
  4. Congratulations! You have enabled USB debugging

Keep in mind that some devices may require you to enable additional settings such as “Verify Apps Over USB” in order to fully utilize USB debugging.


What is USB debugging?

USB debugging is a tool that allows a device to establish a connection between the device and a computer that allows you to access data, install applications, and transfer files.

How do I enable USB debugging?

To enable USB debugging go to the Settings menu > Developer options > USB debugging and enable the checkbox.

What is the difference between USB debugging and OEM unlocking?

USB debugging allows you to connect your device to a computer and access data, install applications, and transfer files. OEM unlocking allows you to unlock the bootloader of your device, which is necessary to flash a custom ROM.

Can I enable USB debugging on my LG Aristo?

Yes, you can enable USB debugging on your LG Aristo by first unlocking the Developer Options menu and then enabling the USB debugging checkbox.

Is enabling USB debugging safe?

Yes, USB debugging is a safe tool to use as long as it is used with caution and caution is taken to not allow unauthorized access to your device or information.

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