The following will specify how to enable and disable "Developer Mode" on Android smartphones.
What is Developer Mode?
"Developer Mode" is a collection of hidden menus from casual / casual users of the Android OS. This menu is intended for application developers to test the performance of their apps on the Android OS.
"Developer Mode" can also be used by general users to improve graphics performance while playing games, audio routing settings, background settings process, and others that can sometimes help improve the performance of Android smartphones
But keep in mind that you should first understand what the purpose of each menu in the Developer Mode so as not to interfere with the performance of your Android Smartphone
Developer Mode is not Rooting
For you Android smartphone users, must also often hear the term Root or Rooting. The term is not the same, although related, with the "Developer Mode".
Rooting is a method to access deeper options on the Android OS, and usually requires additional software to access it.
Rooting will be able to change the more core settings of an Android OS and this can destroy the warranty from the smartphone.
Meanwhile, if you enable "Developer Mode", it will not burn the warranty.
In this example Asaljeplak will use Android 7 (Nougat), and most likely different methods for the version below, but can also be tried.
Enabling Developer Mode on Android Smartphone
To enable Developer Mode on Android, the steps are as follows:
Turning Off Developer Mode on Android Smartphone
If you want to turn off "Developer Mode" on your Android smartphone, the steps are as follows: