You may be able to use your Snapdragon-based Note 10 system as the root directory. However, the hidden developer options let you optimize low-level settings such as custom codecs for better audio quality from Bluetooth headphones and faster animations to enhance your user experience. Best of all, you do not have to be a modding expert to use this menu.
The Developer Options menu is hidden by default because playing with many of the settings in it can result in poor performance, so do not be too cautious, which could even force you to reset your Note 10 to factory defaults to undo the changes , However, if you exercise caution, unlocking the menu will give you a whole range of options that will help you personalize your device.
To enable Developer Mode, first open the Settings menu. In either the App tray, press Settings or tap the gear icon in the Quick Settings menu. From there, select "About Phone" at the bottom and select "Software Information" on the following page.
Now look for the Build Number option and tap it seven times in quick succession. You will be asked to enter your PIN, gesture or password. After verification, you will be returned to the previous page, and you will receive a toast message labeled "Developer Mode Enabled" to confirm.
Return to main settings page after activating menu The new Developer Options menu is now at the bottom of the page.
Once you have unlocked the Developer Options, you now have access to advanced settings such as ADB commands, USB debugging, and the ability to set animation speeds. What are the first features you've changed in your Note 10 developer options? Let us know in the comment section below.