The following steps will explain how to hide USB Debugging from Fortnite. The average user is rarely going to interact with Developer Options. But for the tech enthusiast, they tend to use the settings inside this menu every other day. There is a plethora of intriguing goodies to be found on this menu, but USB Debugging is the most important.

It opens up the possibility of executing ADB and Fastboot commands which then allow you to accomplish a variety of interesting tasks. Each of these tasks can only be performed once USB Debugging is enabled, from unlocking the bootloader to rooting, booting to custom ROMs and running ADB shell commands. Many game developers, however, view this menu as a red flag.


Hide USB Debugging From Fortnite

They see it as the perfect gateway for users with malicious intent to gain an unfair advantage over their app. We can’t deny that either. Conversely, most users play the game fairly and keep this option enabled for their own work needs. The best way to keep USB Debugging enabled while hiding it from Fortnite if you are also in the same boat is to keep it enabled but hide it from the game. We will show you how to accomplish that in this guide.

How to Hide USB Debugging from Fortnite

The first step in getting this done is rooting your device. The SafetyNet will also be tripped as well as you might be aware. You’ll need to pass SafetyNet after rooting and hide the root from Fortnite as well. You can then use this tweak to hide the debugging from Fortnite once that is done.

So with that in mind, let’s get started. Using these steps does not make AMS or its members liable in case of a thermonuclear war, your alarm doesn’t wake you up, or if anything happens to your device or data.

  • The first thing you need to do is root your device using Magisk.
  • After that, pass SafetyNet and hide root

SafetyNet and hide root

  • The LSPosed app can now be downloaded and installed.
  • IAmNotADeveloper can then be downloaded and installed from the GitHub repository.
  • Launch LSPatch, go to Modules > IAmNotADeveloper and enable the toggle next to it. After that, restart your device.


  • After it boots up, launch Xposed > go to Modules > IAmNotADeveloper and checkmark Magisk and Fortnite.
  • Now launch the IAmNotADeveloper module and make sure that all three toggles are enabled.
  • As a final step, launch Fortnite, and you should be able to play with USB Debugging enabled on the game.

There you have it. These are the steps that you need to follow to hide USB Debugging from Fortnite. If you have any questions regarding the aforementioned steps, please do not hesitate to ask in the comments section below. We will get back to you as soon as possible with a solution to your problem.


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