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Old December 20th, 2012, 09:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just realised I had not reinstalled this after all the playing around I have been doing with my kindle.
Now having installed it Titanium Backup is telling me to turn on debug mode in settings>applications>debug checkbox

I don't have an option passed apps, it just lists all the apps installed.
I know that to get debug up you were supposed to tap the android version box 7 times or something, but that did nothing besides bring up the hidden jellybean screen.

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Old December 20th, 2012, 03:01 PM   #2 (permalink)
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It's in the developer options in your main settings menu. It's not in titanium. I would just ignore it though. You don't really need it unless you want to use adb.
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It's in the developer options in your main settings menu. It's not in titanium. I would just ignore it though. You don't really need it unless you want to use adb.
Yeah but that's what I am saying... I don't HAVE a developer option and without it Titanium Backup gives me an error that my system configuration may cause problems.
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Oh brain fart.... In 10.1 you need to press something in the "about" settings like 10 times and they'll show up. Google it. They're hidden by default. Don't worry though it shouldn't cause any issues with titanium.
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Yeah I did that, it's the android version box, but it only brings up the jellybean logo and the screen where you can throw jellybeans around.

I guess I won't worry too much about it
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Nah like I said you don't really need it anyway
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Yeah I did that, it's the android version box, but it only brings up the jellybean logo and the screen where you can throw jellybeans around.

I guess I won't worry too much about it
You need to press build number 7 times in about tablet.Then Developer Options will be availible.
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As I said.. did that it didn't bring it up, just the jellybean game
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As I said.. did that it didn't bring it up, just the jellybean game
You are hitting android version. Build number is the last one on bottom
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Are you hitting this 7 times[ATTACH]
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hidden jelly bean game? i wanna throw beans around haha.
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