Android developer option gives you a number of Developer options that you can check and experience beyond the core level. As we know Developer options are also known as Developer mode on some Android devices.
How to enable Developer Options?
If you want to You will need to go to Settings > System > About phone > Tap “Build number” seven times > Enter PIN or pattern. To access the wider Developer options or Developer mode, you’ll need to head to Settings > System > Developer options.
Default USB configuration
After enabling the Developer options you can choose between File Transfer mode, USB tethering, act as a digital interface for audio with MIDI, or picture transfer with PTP mode.
This is a real timesaver if you only plug your phone into a computer to remove files and can be enabled by heading to Settings > System > Developer options > Default USB configuration.
Force split-screen mode
In Android 12 and Android 13, you can easily force split-screen mode for unsupported apps on your Android phone (or tablet). To do so, click on the Settings > System > Developer options > Force activities to be resizable.
Force peak refresh rate
You might be using 90, 120Hz, or even higher refresh rate screen rate devices in the latest era. Now you can force your device’s peak refresh rate to be used across every area of the system. To enable this, head to Settings > System > Developer options > Force peak refresh rate > Toggle “On.”
Speed up on-device animations
You can even change the animation speed, to do so, click on Settings > System > Developer options. From here you can check the “Window animation scale,” “Transition animation scale,” and “Animator duration scale”.
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