"I want to run and test my app that I developed for the first time on my phone. Phone works on Android 7, I can't connect the phone to computer. On stackoverflow, I found I have to enable USB debugging, somebody tell me how to do it"
If you are interested in creating Android apps, want to scan your phone's memory for lost files, install a custom ROM, or anything else that needs rooting, you have to switch on USB debugging developer feature on your android mobile phone. Below we have discussed how to turn on developer options on Android 7.0 Nougat.
When USB debugging option on a phone with Android 7.0 Nougat O.S has turned greyish and it cannot be controlled, it can be due to two key reasons.
To solve the first problem disconnect the USB cable and turn on USB debugging option by following the first method discussed in the article and plug the phone back.
Once you connect the phone to computer, a notification pops up saying 'Connected as a media device', Tap on it to change the USB connection type to 'Media device'.
Sometimes although the USB debugging option is ON, the Android phone is not detected on the PC. In this case, update the drivers on your computer to fix the problem.
That is the complete guide to enable Android 7.0 Nougat Developer Options. If the reason why you are trying to allow android nougat usb debugging on your phone is to recover lost or accidentally deleted files, you can resort to Tenorshare Android Data Recovery. It is a desktop software to recover lost files on Android (Samsung, HTC, LG, HuaWei, etc.) devices.