The Samsung Galaxy S6 runs on Android 5.0 Lollipop OS out of the box. That means you can enable developer options and USB Debugging on Galaxy S6 easily, similar to any other Android 5.0 Lollipop running device. Follow below given steps to know how you can do it.
Enable Developer Options on Samsung Galaxy S6
Before you proceed with enabling USB debugging on your device, make sure that you have enabled Developer Options on your device. Developer Options gives you access to developer tools like USB Debugging etc. Here is how to enable the same.
Step 1: Unlock your Samsung Galaxy S6.
Step 2: From Apps, tap on Settings to open it.
Step 3: Under Settings screen, scroll down to the bottom and tap on About Phone.
Step 4: Next, you have to find Build Number under About Phone.
Step 5: Now tap 7 times on Build Number. With every tap, you will see how many times more you have to tap to enable developer options. Once done, you will see a message saying “you are now a developer”.
That’s it. You have successfully enabled Developer Options on Samsung Galaxy S6. The next steps, will show you how to enable USB Debugging.
Enable USB Debugging on Samsung Galaxy S6
Step 1: From Apps, tap on Settings.
Step 2: Under Settings menu, scroll down to the bottom and tap on Developer Options.
Step 3: Under developer options you will see a option to enable USB Debugging. Slide the toggle to enable USB debugging.
There you Go! you have successfully enabled USB Debugging and Developer Options on your Galaxy S6 smartphone.