You Need to Know How to use the developer options in your Android phone

 Even if you're wary about rooting your Android phone and installing a custom Read Only Memory (ROM), you can still try out some features and settings that aren't turned on by default. 

Every Android phone comes equipped with the ability to enable Developer options, which lets you test some features and access parts of the phone that are usually locked away. As you might expect, Developer options are cleverly hidden away by default, but it's easy to enable if you know where to look.

Find your Android Build number

Before you can enable Developer options on your Android phone or tablet, you'll first need to find your phone's build number. On most phones, you can simply type build number into the search field, but here's how to find it on a few popular devices:

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I believe it's best not to experiment with developer tools unless you have experience. In this case, it is better to turn to professionals. For example, to the guys who are working on the embedded development software. They will be able to help in this matter.

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