Open school administrator disables the developer mode on school Chromebooks if you try to enable it you will always get the error “developer mode is disabled on this device by system policy” in this article you will learn how to bypass and enable developer mode disabled by system policy on your Chromebook.
How to Enable Developer Mode Disabled by System Policy on Chromebook
Developer mode is often disabled for a reason, I believe you want to enable developer mode on your school Chromebook but it’s not recommended as once you follow this step you will not be able to revert back to the current position, if you still want to continue, follow the steps carefully.
Note: The school will be able to notice that you did this, especially if they have monitoring software. So, good luck with that.
- Make sure your Chromebook is turned off.
- Unscrew the Chromebook back cover.
- Unscrew the battery and unplug the power cable connecting the battery to the motherboard.
- Now open the Chromebook and press and hold the power button for 30 seconds. This will bypass the admin block on the Chromebook.
- Place the battery back in and connect the power back to the motherboard. Put the back cover on.
- Turn your Chromebook on and press and hold esc + refresh + power, It may take 9-15 minutes to boot the device based on the configuration of the Chromebook. Do not follow this step until you reach the chrome screen.
- When you see the Chrome Os is missing or damaged screen press Ctrl + d.
Now you have successfully disabled the system policy and you can enable the developer mode on your school Chromebook.
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