We can enable and disable Developer Options to configure Android system behavior and debug application performance in Realme C2 (RMX1941) based on ColorOS 6.0. In Developer Options we can configure many things such as activating OEM unlock the bootloader, services running, WebView implementation, USB debugging, do not use a screen lock, disabling the automatic update system, and much more.
Enabling Developer Mode
Open the Settings menu → About Phone → Version. You must tap on the Version column 7 times to activate Developer Mode.
Locating Developer Options
After you successfully activate Developer Mode, the next step is to return to the Home screen → Settings → Additional Settings → Developer Options.
Remove Developer Options
You can eliminate the Developer Options menu from the Settings menu by deleting data in the Settings application. From the Home screen → Settings → Additional Settings → Developer Options → slide the Developer Options button to inactive.
OEM Unlock is an Android feature that is needed when you want to unlock the Realme C2 bootloader for flashing purposes. If you enable OEM Unlock in Realme C2, there are a few things you should understand.
- A phone warranty will void.
- All data on the internal storage will be erased.
- Activating the OEM Unlock will cause the device protection function to no longer to be available.
- Vulnerable to malware and virus attacks.
From the Home screen → Settings → Additional Settings → Developer Options → WebView Implementation. Applying WebView in Developer Options allows you to choose to use Chrome or the Android System WebView.