USB debugging might be one of the most important parts of a search for better experiences in Android devices, as it opens door to explore your device by flashing it with custom ROM only when you get root access after using the combination of USB debugging and ADB. While debugging on Android smartphone is pretty easy, though, that’s not the case with Android Wear as it has a slightly different way of do it. And here we will be guiding you on how you can enable and connect to it.
Pre-requisite : You need to connect to it first, which can be done via ADB (Android Debug Bridge), for that Android SDK must be installed on your PC.
Here is the step-by-step guide to enable USB debugging on the LG G Watch:
- First you need to double tap on the watch face to get the Google Now voice prompt.
- Now swipe up and scroll down to the Settings option, then go to the About section.
- To activate developer option, you need to tap on Build Number repeatedly until it says you are a developer.
- Now swipe to the right, to go back, and then tap on Developer Options where you have to Enable ADB Debugging.