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Topic # 112308 4-Dec-2012 16:12
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I have recently purchased a nexus 7 32G and updated to Android 4.2.1. I founded there is no Development Options in Settings, as the screenshot shown below

Is there anyone have the same problem or solutions?
Thx


Solutions:
Quickly tap the Build Number in About Tablet for 7 times, and you will become a developer


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  Reply # 726925 4-Dec-2012 16:20
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Hmm, same with my Galaxy Nexus phone since 4.2.1.



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  Reply # 726926 4-Dec-2012 16:21
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I have found the solutions:
Open Settings, then go to phone details then just tap your Build number "JOP40C 7 times. And you will get development options in settings

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 726930 4-Dec-2012 16:24
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Nice :)

You all know about the Android Version Easter Egg, right?  I really don't need to tell you now.



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  Reply # 726931 4-Dec-2012 16:26
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Quickly tap android version right? Yeah, it's funny

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