Enable USB Debugging mode on Apple iPhone SE (2020) A2275, A2296, A2298

Enable USB debugging mode on your Apple iPhone SE (2020) A2275, A2296, A2298
If you are the owner of the Apple iPhone SE (2020) A2275, A2296, A2298 and you want to know; how to enable USB debugging on your Apple iPhone SE (2020) A2275, A2296, A2298. Here we will guide you how to enable USB debugging mode on your iPhone SE (2020) A2275, A2296, A2298. using Developer Options, you can easily customize animations, background processes, USB cable settings, etc.

Quick Steps to enable USB debugging Mode in your Apple iPhone SE (2020) A2275, A2296, A2298

Step 01: First of all, go to Settings your Apple iPhone SE (2020) A2275, A2296, A2298 smartphone.
Step 02: Now, you will see Settings option >>>> select About phone then choose >>>> Software Information.
Step 03: Now, Scroll down your screen and find the Build Number your Apple iPhone SE (2020) A2275, A2296, A2298, now tap the Build number 7 to 10 times until you will see a pop-up message that says "Developer mode has been enabled". (see attached below image)

Step 04: After 10 minutes, you will see a popup message "you are now a developer" on your Apple iPhone SE (2020) A2275, A2296, A2298
Step 05: Now, you will see the Developer options menu under Settings via Tap on the Back button.
Step 06: Then, You will click on Developer options. Slide the "Developer Options" button to "On".
Step 07: Then scroll down your phone screen and turn on "USB debugging". You will see the messages "Allow USB Debugging", click the "OK".


Now, you have successfully enabled USB debugging mode on Apple iPhone SE (2020) A2275, A2296, A2298.

Note: We always suggest you before download or install any USB driver on your computer. You must create a backup of all files and save them in a safe location.