Is it possible to detect the USB-debugging on android devices?

in my app i need a way to detect if the android-device runs in usbdebugging mode.

Is it possible? If yes, how?

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  • 2 Solutions collect form web for “Is it possible to detect the USB-debugging on android devices?”

    You can use the following to get whether or not the ADB is enabled.

    int adb = Settings.Secure.getInt(context.getContentResolver(), Settings.Secure.ADB_ENABLED, 0);

    If it is enabled, adb == 1, otherwise adb == 0.

    On my Android 2.3 device it is possible to detect the usb debugging mode by scanning the complete process list (ps -s) for the process /sbin/adbd.

    If this process is present USB debugging is enabled.

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