Having a smartwatch means having incredible features, including some that we would normally think of are only available on a smartphone. Well, just like its parent operating system, Android Wear is able to use the USB debugging and the procedure is really similar to the one we must follow in Android.
For a few months we have already been able to enjoy Android Wear and its full potential thanks to the different smart watches on the market. As expected, as it is an operating system created by Google, it has a large number of “hidden” functions as with Android, although the truth is that they are easily activated and, above all, very similar to those found in Android. This time we are going to talk about the USB debugging, an option that will allow us to take full advantage of our watch. For this we must follow the following steps.
Enable developer options on Android Wear
- Turn on your device screen and swipe your finger once to open Voice Commands.
- Click on the lower arrow and look for Settings.
- Once inside the Settings, look for Information (About, if it is in English) and select.
- Go back down the menu until you find the build number. Press repeatedly on this number (around 7) until a notification appears alerting us that we have unlocked the developer options.
Enable USB debugging
- Return to the Settings menu using the steps above.
- Look for the developer options near the bottom of the menu.
- Open them, find the USB debugging option (it should be the third) and enable it.
And ready. You already have a watch with Android Wear and USB debugging enabled. As you can see, the steps are very simple and really similar to those we must follow to achieve the same result on any phone or tablet with Android as the operating system.