Enable Developer Options on Samsung Galaxy S9 [+Useful Tricks]
The Developer Options has many useful features that certainly elevate the usability, and user experience of an Android phone. In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to activate/enable Developer Options on Samsung Galaxy S9, and how to use it effectively. All Samsung smartphones come with an option, but it usually it comes hidden within the operating system. But it doesn’t mean that you can’t access it. And importantly, that is not a tough task either. The method is almost same as we perform on other Samsung’s smartphones.
Although, the Samsung Galaxy S9 packs powerful hardware, and outperforms its predecessors in the terms of performance. With access to Developer options, you’ll have more opportunities to improve performance, and personalize your phone in a better way. Most importantly, once you enable the Developer Options, it seamlessly becomes easier to enable USB Debugging on Samsung Galaxy S9, and access other advanced option.
In this tutorial, we’ll discuss about this mode, and how to access it, and how to use it properly. Basically, the Developer mode is intended to be used by developers. It helps to perform tests, and build new applications, and bring more features to the Android operating system. It comes officially on all Android based smartphones. However, as it has extremely powerful features, manufacturers keep it hidden on their smartphones. Accessing, and using Developer Options has no harm until you know what you’re doing.
Moreover, it doesn’t impact the device’s warranty, or any of its terms in any manner. Neither, it hurts your phone. Instead, it gives you more options to customize, and personalize your phone in an effective manner. If you’re anything serious about customization, then you must enable the Developer Options on your Samsung Galaxy S9. This method also works for Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus.
- Open Settings on your phone.
- Scroll down, and tap on Developer Options
- Under this menu, enable the USB Debugging option
In this manner, you can anytime enable/disable USB Debugging option on your Samsung Galaxy S9, and other smart phones.
2. Limit Background process
If you’re bit concerned about the performance of your phone, then you must consider this operation. If you see a list of apps running in the background, you’ll find that there lots of applications keep on running.
No matter, whether you use them, or not, they will keep using the power resource.
To give a perform boost, you can limit these background apps/services, so they won’t use resources like CPU, and battery. That will certainly bring a performance boost to your phone.
- Tap on Developer Options
- Tap on Limit Background processes
- Now, select At most 3 processes
Try to restart your phone. It will add smoothness to the user interface, and sure improves the user experience.
3. Force Apps to Work In Split-Screen mode
This will force all the apps to adapt the split-mode environment. Since, the split-mode has been recently implemented in the Android operating system, there are many applications that are non-supported yet.
To make them work, you just need to enable ‘Force activities to be resizable‘ option under the Developer option.
- Tap on Developer Options
- Locate the Force activities to be resizable, and enable it
There are even more you can do with the Developer options. Read our →best optimization tips for Samsung Galaxy smartphones.
That’s all the Developer options, and how to use it effectively on the Samsung Galaxy S9. We’ll be adding more useful stuff this smartphone soon.