This is a follow up to the previous post.
The absence or corruption of the Cyanogenmod development.apk meant no USB debugging for a connection to the Android SDK on my Aspire One netbook.
Solution: I found an app that mimics the Developer Tools at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.westhill.development&feature=also_installed.
All this prompted me to recompile the following Augmented Reality social networking app with a target of 19 a.k.a. Kit Kat.
Jan 15 2013 Revision : I found that tapping the [Build Number] under [Settings | About Device] enables [Developer Options]. Tap the [Build Number] 7 times.