If you want to enable developer options on Google Play, you need to follow the steps below. Open the Google Play app on your Android device. Tap the three stripes icon in the upper-left corner of the screen.
Access to the Google Play menu
From the menu that appears, select the option settings.
On the screen that opens, scroll to the information panel, look for the Play Store-Version and touch her seven times. Make sure you type fast. Otherwise, a notification will appear stating whether or not your version of Google Play has been updated. If you do it correctly then you will be shown that there are only a few touches left to activate the developer options.
Developer options are enabled
Just keep in mind that once enabled, you can’t turn them off, but you don’t need to worry about that since it’s just another option in the menu. Once you’ve enabled these options, you’ll see another line in the Google Play settings menu called Share applications internally added. If you activate this button, you can download and install internal tools during the test phasethat are shared through Google Play and are not available to other users.
New developer option is enabled
As a regular user, activating Google Play’s developer options is certainly rather uninteresting. These internal tests aimed at advanced users or developers, as the tools are unfinished versions of apps that have not passed Google’s checks. For the average user, it’s wiser to stick to the apps that are available to the public on Google Play.