To disable the USB Audio accessory option from the Developer settings on an Android device, follow these steps:

  1. Open Settings: Go to your device's main settings menu.
  2. Developer Options:
    • If Developer Options are already enabled, you will see it listed in the settings. If not, you need to enable it first:
      • Go to About (usually at the bottom of the settings menu).
      • Find the Build number and tap it seven times. You should see a message saying "You are now a developer!"
  3. Access Developer Options:
    • Once enabled, go back to the main settings menu and look for Developer options.
  4. Find USB Audio Routing:
    • In the Developer Options, scroll down to find the USB debugging section.
    • Look for an option called Disable USB audio routing or Prevent USB audio routing.
  5. Disable USB Audio Routing:
    • Toggle the switch next to Disable USB audio routing to enable this option. This will prevent the device from automatically routing audio through USB accessories.

This setting will disable automatic audio routing to USB audio accessories, effectively turning off the USB audio accessory option.

If you don't see the specific option mentioned, it's possible that your version of Android might have different terminology or placement of this setting. If that's the case, you might need to look through the Developer Options more thoroughly or refer to the specific documentation for your Android version and device model.

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