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Curious how you set your OnePlus 5 in the Developer Options

  1. nmanzie Froyo Jun 27, 2017


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  2. G_Syed_Kamran_PTji Gingerbread Jun 27, 2017


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  3. nmanzie Froyo Jun 27, 2017

    nmanzie, Jun 27, 2017 :
    I'm sorry...I wasn't clear... I know how to activate it. I'm just curious how and why people set their phone within this option.
     

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  4. G_Syed_Kamran_PTji Gingerbread Jun 27, 2017


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  5. cole.godberson Gingerbread Jun 27, 2017

    cole.godberson, Jun 27, 2017 :
    One of the main reasons I use developer mode is, USB debugging. While I may not need it, it's always nice to have. Another biggie is turning off animations, further down about half way into the developer options is the animations scale (normally set to 5x I think) by turning this down your phone can hit optimum speed, even when you are using a beast of a phone like the OP5
     

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  6. F_Ron_Poppe_WtRF Ice Cream Sandwich Jun 27, 2017


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  7. GhostOne Marshmallow Community Expert Jun 27, 2017


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  8. pgautama Froyo Jun 27, 2017

    pgautama, Jun 27, 2017 :
    To use USB debug mode in case you have trouble transferring files from your pc.
     

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  9. ikutoisahobo Ice Cream Sandwich Jun 27, 2017

    ikutoisahobo, Jun 27, 2017 :
    On my OPO and OP3T I reduce the animation time/scale to a faster scale so it gives the illusion of a snappier phone. I can't do without it. I hate how slow the animations transition otherwise. On my OP5 I hope to do the same.
     

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  10. Dunnow KitKat Jun 27, 2017

    Dunnow, Jun 27, 2017 :
    Enable debugging and link it to the phone.

    Now that i can always access it in case of emergency, i head uo to the animation scale and lower it to .75 per each if available, if not, .5

    After that, enable advanced reboot.
    Long back press to kill current app.
    Done
     

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  11. Spikedeclue Eclair Jul 18, 2017

    Spikedeclue, Jul 18, 2017 :
    I change the "Smallest width" value to make things even smaller than the slider in the Display section will let me make them. I set it to 500. Also USB debugging, Advanced Reboot menu, OEM unlocking.
     

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  12. sunit123 Cupcake Jul 18, 2017


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  13. hazzavg Jelly Bean Jul 22, 2017


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  14. hazzavg Jelly Bean Jul 22, 2017


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  15. GeoSTG Donut Jul 22, 2017


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  16. _Orr_ Froyo Jul 22, 2017

    _Orr_, Jul 22, 2017 :
    I use it for Advanced reboot,you can reboot straight into fastboot or recovery straight away.
     

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  17. lostLambda KitKat Jul 22, 2017


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  18. Keith1974 Froyo Aug 27, 2017

    Keith1974, Aug 27, 2017 :
    I've tried to active it on my OnePlus 5, pressing the button 5 times, 7 times etc. It doesn't work. What am I doing wrong?

    I'm trying to activate the notification log.
     

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  19. Vamshi Krishna_VK Donut Aug 27, 2017

    Vamshi Krishna_VK, Aug 27, 2017 :
    Go to Settings>About Phone and tap on Build number 7 times to unlock Developer Options. Hope this answers your concern
     

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  20. bestusefultips Cupcake Nov 16, 2017 at 5:10 AM

    bestusefultips, Nov 16, 2017 at 5:10 AM :
    By default hidden developer mode on your OnePlus 5 devices. To use this hidden developer settings, first of all need to turn on developer options OnePlus 5/5T. In developer mode settings, you can see running services, OEM unlocking, USB debugging, window animation scale, transition animation scale, smallest width, force GPU rendering, profile GPU rendering etc.

    Settings > system > about phone > tap build number 7 times

    Now Go to settings > System > Developer options
     

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