Often in tutorials where you have to do something a bit more complicated on an Android phone, you would see that a certain step is to do something in 'Developer Options'.
If you look for Developer Options on your Android phone, though, you won't find anything in the Settings.
This is no coincidence. Google has deliberately hidden the 'Developer Options' tab from settings, since it is something that is considered needed only for power users. Changing features in Developer Options could impact the user experience of an Android phone quite significantly, and naturally, this is why Google prefers that most users don't have an immediate access to it.
Unlike Apple, though, Google's Android is an open ecosystem and this means that enabling Developer Options on Android is an easy task. You just need to remember to be careful while exploring these hidden avenues of the Android platform. And why do you even need 'Developer Options' in the first place?