USB debugging facilitates the connection between your LG Aristo Android phone and the computer. If you wish to unlock the bootloader of LG Aristo the first step would be turning ON USB Debugging.
However, if you’ll look for USB debugging in Settings you won’t find it there as it’s hidden inside the “Developer Options”. So first we’ve to unhide “Developer Options” and then we’ll turn on USB Debugging.
One more thing that we’ve to enable is OEM Unlock. If you’re wondering about “OEM unlock” it has nothing to do with GSM network unlock. It’s a confirmation that you wish to unlock the bootloader of your device and you’re responsible for any further consequences. OEM unlock is also found inside developer options.
Let’s proceed towards the tutorial –
How to Enable LG Aristo USB Debugging and OEM Unlock –
Open “Settings” by pulling down the notification bar as shown above, or from the app menu.
At the bottom of the “Settings” page, you’ll see “About Phone”, click on it to open.
Now scroll down and select “Software Info”.
On “Software info” Page, click on “Build Number” 7 times to enable “developer options”
Go 2 steps back and you’ll see this time “Developer Options” is visible. Click on it to open.
When you’ll open “Developer Options” for the first time it’ll show a warning. Accept it to proceed further.
Now we’ll turn on USB Debugging. Make sure your phone is not connected to the PC. You’ve to disconnect it first if connected. Now Toggle “ON” USB Debugging” as shown above.
The another thing to look for is “OEM Unlock”. Toggle it “ON” as well by accepting the warning. Now you’re one step closer to unlocking the bootloader of LG Aristo.
Follow the next tutorial to Unlock the LG Aristo Bootloader.
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