Developer options are one of the first things that tinkerers unlock on a new phone. But even the less technically savvy users will find some benefits to revealing this hidden menu, as it enables features such as GPS spoofing and faster animations.
By default, this menu is hidden and protects new users from making changes are not sure. Most of the entries are not written in plain English, which can throw away users who are not familiar with the options. But when you know what you're doing, you can't just improve the overall experience, but you need a lot of customization options on the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 + and S10e.
Enable developer options
To get started, open the Settings main menu by either selecting "Settings" from the app tray or by pressing the gear icon in the quick set menu (the menu that appears when you swipe down from the top of a screen).
From there, scroll to the menu button and select "About phone." Then select "Software Information."
Now is the fun part. Scroll down and press "Build Number" seven times in quick succession. You will be prompted to enter your PIN, gesture or password. Once you have entered the requested information, you will be returned to the previous page and you will see a message that says "Developer mode is enabled."
When done, "About Phone" is no longer the last option at the bottom of the Settings main menu. Instead, a new option titled "Developer Options" is displayed.
With the developer options unlocked, you can now take advantage of features such as ADB commands and GPS spoofing apps. What are the first features you have changed in Developer Options? Let us know in the comment section below.