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*#06# - Display IMEIIMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) is a unique 15-digit number assigned to all cellular devices. We can use this number to block a mobile phone from being used by another person or phone company if it has been lost or stolen. number;

*#1234# - Display phone firmware information;

*#*#4636#*#* - Diagnostic and general settings mode;

*#*#7780#*#* or *#7780# - Factory soft reset;

*2767*3855# - Factory hard reset to ROM firmware default settings;

*2767*4387264636# - To display product code;

*#*#1472365#*#* - GPSThe Global Positioning System (GPS) is a space-based navigation system that provides location and time information in all weather conditions, anywhere on or near the Earth where there is an unobstructed line of sight to four or more GPS satellites. test settings;

*#*#197328640#*#* - Service mode main menu;

*#12580*369# - Software and Hardware info;

*#232337# - BluetoothBluetooth is a wireless technology for exchanging data over short distances. The chip can be plugged into computers, digital cameras and mobile phones. Bluetooth is particularly convenient in certain situations for example, when transferring files from one mobile phone to another without cables. Sending music and photos between a PC and a mobile phone is another useful application. Address;

*#232331# - Bluetooth Test Mode;

*#232338# - WLAN MAC AddressMAC (Media Access Control) address is a globally unique identifier assigned to network devices, and therefore it is often referred to as hardware or physical address. MAC addresses are 6-byte (48-bits) in length, and are written in MM:MM:MM:SS:SS:SS format. The first 3-bytes are ID number of the manufacturer, which is assigned by an Internet standards body. The second 3-bytes are serial number assigned by the manufacturer.;

*#0228# - This code can be used to know about the battery status such as battery level, voltage, temperature etc.;

*#32489# - Service mode;

*#272*imei#* or *#272*HHMM#* - Display/change CSC(Sales code)Each CSC code in the list below represents the locale settings, apps, etc for a specific country, region, or even carrier. code;

*#2263# - RF Band Selection;

*#9090# - Control various diagnostic options such as RAM dump, etc.;

*#7412365* - Camera firmware information;



*#7284# - USB I2C Mode Control;

*#232339# - WLAN Test Mode;

*#0842# - Vibra Motor Test Mode;

*#0782# - Real Time Clock Test;

*#0673# - Audio Test Mode;

*#0*# - This code allows you to test LCD, hardware and many other parts of your mobile phone;

*#1111# - This code can be used to know about the software (or firmware) version installed in your mobile phone.

*#2222# - This code can be used to know about the hardware version of your mobile phone.

*#872564# - USB Logging Control;

*#4238378# - GCFGCF Certification exists to enable manufacturers to ensure their latests smartphones, handsets and wireless devices will work correctly on the world's mobile networks. Configuration;

*#0283# - Audio Loopback Control;

*#1575# - GPS Control Menu;

*#3214789650# - LBS Test Mode;

*#745# - RILAndroid's Radio Interface Layer (RIL) provides an abstraction layer between Android telephony services (android.telephony) and radio hardware. The RIL is radio agnostic, and includes support for Global System for Mobile communication (GSM)-based radios. Dump Menu;

*#03# - NAND Flash S/N;

*#0589# - Light Sensor Test Mode;

*#0588# - Proximity Sensor Test Mode;


*#273283*255*3282*# - Data Create Menu;

*#34971539# - Camera Firmware Update;

*#526# - WLANA wireless LAN is one in which a mobile user can connect to a local area network (LAN) through a wireless (radio) connection. Engineering Mode;

*#746# - Debug Dump Menu;

*#9900# - System Dump Mode;

*#44336# - Software Version Info;

*#273283*255*663282*# - Data Create SD Card;

*#3282*727336*# - Data Usage Status;

*#7594# - Remap Shutdown to End Call TSK;

*#0808# - USB settings;

*#0289# - Melody Test Mode;

*#2663# - TSP(touch screen) / TSK(Touch Key) firmware update;

*#22558463# - Reset total call time. Its same as you do in Call log -> More -> Call duration -> Reset.

*#528# - WLAN Engineering Mode;

*#7412365# or *#*#34971539#*#* - Camera Firmware Menu;

*#07# - This code shows the SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) limit level information of the mobile phone.;

*#3214789# - GCF Mode Status;

*#272886# - Auto Answer Selection;

*#8736364# - OTA UpdateOTA update (over-the-air update) is the wireless delivery of new software or data to mobile phones and tablets. Menu;

*#301279# - HSDPAHSDPA means High Speed Downlink Packet Access and is a technique used in the UMTS mobile communication system, the download speeds of currently 3.6 Mbit/s to 7.2 Mbit/s. HSUPA is developed commercially since 2007 in Germany. High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA, 3.5G, 3G + or UMTS broadband) is a data transmission method of the cellular standards UMTS, which was defined by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project. The method enables DSL-like data rates in mobile networks. HSDPA is available in Germany, among others by the network operators Vodafone, E-Plus, O2, and telecom and in Switzerland by Swisscom, Sunrise and Orange. In Austria operate the A1, T-Mobile, Orange and Three HSDPA networks./HSUPAHSUPA means High Speed Uplink Packet Access and is a technique used in the UMTS mobile communication system, the upload speeds up to 5.8 Mbit/s. High Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA) is a transmission method of the UMTS mobile radio standard that allows higher data rates in the uplink and reduces the round trip time (often referred to as ping). HSUPA Category 6 were up to 5.76 Mbit / s and category 9 (Release 9) up to 23 Mbit / s can be achieved. HSUPA is part of Release 9 of UMTS. Control Menu;

*#7353# - Quick test various things of your mobile phone such as sound, vibration, camera, bluetooth and many sensors;

*#0011# - This code shows the status information of your GSM network such as registration status, GSM band, etc.;

*#9999# - Displays the Software Version, some units use *#1111# ;

*#0001# - Displays the Device Serial Number;

*#1234# - Displays the Firmware Version;

*#2222# - Displays the Hardware Version;

*#9998*246# - Displays the Battery Status and Memory Capacity;

*#9998*324# - Open the Debug Screen, some units use *#8999*324#;

*#9998*523# - Adjust the LCD Contrast ;

*#8999*523# - Adjust the LCD Brightness;

*#8999*842# - Vibration Test ;

*#9998*289# - Alarm Test ;

*#8999*289# - Ringtone Test ;

*#9125# - Displays a Smiley;

*#0228# - Battery Information;

*#8999*636# - Displays the Storage capacity ;

*#8999*778# - Sim card information display;

*#8999*782# - Date and Alarm Display;

*#8999*638# - Displays the Network Information;

*#8999*9266# - Shows the current channel and strength;

*#8999*8378# - Access the test menu;

*#4777*8665# - GPRS Menu Tool;

*#8999*377# - Opens the error log ;

*#8999*327# - EEP Menu;

*#92782# - WAP Phone Model;

*#232337# - Bluetooth MAC Address ;

#*5737425# - JavaJava is a programming language and computing platform first released by Sun Microsystems in 1995. There are lots of applications and websites that will not work unless you have Java installed, and more are created every day. Java is fast, secure, and reliable. From laptops to datacenters, game consoles to scientific supercomputers, cell phones to the Internet, Java is everywhere! Mode ;

*#5282837# - Java Version ;

*2767*4387264636# - Sellout SMS / product code view;

*#7465625# - View Phone Lock Status;

*7465625*782*# - Configure Network Lock NSPA network service provider (NSP) is a company that provides backbone services to an Internet service provider (ISP), the company that most Web users use for access to the Internet. Typically, an ISP connects at a point called an Internet Exchange (IX) to a regional ISP that in turn connects to an NSP backbone. In the U.S., major NSPs include MCI, Sprint, UUNET, AGIS, and BBN. ;

*7465625*27*# - Enables the CP Lock;

#7465625*27*# - Disables the CP Lock;

*7465625*782*# - Enable the Subset Lock

#7465625*782*# - Disable the Subset Lock;

*7465625*77*# - Enable the Service Provider Lock;

#7465625*77*# - Disable the Server Provider Lock;

*7465625*638*# - Configure Network Lock MCC/MNCMobile Country Codes (MCC) / Mobile Network Codes (MNC). Mobile Country Codes (MCC) are used in wireless telephone networks (GSM, CDMA, UMTS, etc.) in order to identify the country which a mobile subscriber belongs to. In order to uniquely identify a mobile subscribers network the MCC is combined with a Mobile Network Code (MNC). The combination of MCC and MNC is called HNI (Home network identity) and is the combination of both in one string (e.g. MCC= 262 and MNC = 01 results in an HNI of 26201). If you combine the HNI with the MSIN (Mobile Subscriber Identification Number) the result is the so called IMSI (integrated mobile subscriber identify). Below you can browse/search the list of countries and their MCCs for free in order to identify any MCC, MNC or HNI of the world. ;

#7465625*638*# - Disable the Network Lock;

*7465625*228# - Enable Activa Lock;

#7465625*228# - Disable Activa Lock;

*7465625*746*# - Enables the Sim Lock;

#7465625*746*# - Disables the Sim Lock;

*7465625*28638# - Enable the Automatic Network Lock;

#7465625*28638# - Disable the Automatic Network Lock;

*7465625*28782# - Enable the Automatic Subset Lock;

#7465625*28782# - Disable the Automatic Subset Lock;


*7465625*2877# - Enable the Automatic Service Provider Lock;

#7465625*2877# - Disable the Automatic Service Provider Lock;

*7465625*2827# - Enable the Automatic CP Lock;

#7465625*2827# - Disable the Automatic CP Lock;

*7465625*28746# - Enable the Automatic SIM Lock;

#7465625*28746# - Disable the Automatic SIM Lock;

#*4773# - Incremental Redundancy;

#*7785# - Resets the Wake-up variables;

#*7200# - Mute the tone generator;

#*3888# - Bluetooth test menu;

#*2077# or #*2027# or #*0227# or #*0277# - GPRSGeneral Packet Radio Services (GPRS) is a packet-based wireless communication service that promises data rates from 56 up to 114 Kbps and continuous connection to the Internet for mobile phone and computer users. The higher data rates allow users to take part in video conferences and interact with multimedia Web sites and similar applications using mobile handheld devices as well as notebook computers. GPRS is based on Global System for Mobile (GSM) communication and complements existing services such circuit-switched cellular phone connections and the Short Message Service (SMS). Toggle

#7263867# - RAMRAM (pronounced ramm) is an acronym for random access memory, a type of phone memory that can be accessed randomly; that is, any byte of memory can be accessed without touching the preceding bytes. RAM is the most common type of memory found in computers and other devices, such as printers. Dump

*2767*688# - Resets Mobile TV;

*2767*226372# - Deletes all photos and resets the Camera;

*2767*927# - WAP Reset;

#*2562# - Reboots the device;

#*3849# - Reboots the device;

#*7337# - Reboots the device and resets WAP settings;

#*7288# - Attach/Detach GPRS;

#*7287# - Attach/Detach GPRS;

#*2886# - Activate or Deactivate the Auto answer;

#*2527# - Change the GPRS Class;

*#8999*364# - Enable/Disable WatchdogA watchdog is a device used to protect a system from specific software or hardware failures that may cause the system to stop responding. The application is first registered with the watchdog device. Once the watchdog is running on your system the application must periodically send information to the watchdog device. If the device doesn't receive this signal within the set period of time it would execute the proper keystrokes to reboot the machine or restart the application.;

*#8999*427# - Configure the Watchdog Route;

*2767*3855# - Hard Reset, deletes everything including storage cards;

*2767*2878# - Customized Hard Reset;

#*3273# - Change the EDGEEnhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE) (also known as Enhanced GPRS (EGPRS), or IMT Single Carrier (IMT-SC), or Enhanced Data rates for Global Evolution) is a digital mobile phone technology that allows improved data transmission rates as a backward-compatible extension of GSM. EDGE is considered a pre-3G radio technology and is part of ITU's 3G definition. Class

#*4263# - Activates or Deactivates the Handsfree;

#*3941# - 115200 bps loop test;

#*5176# - L1 Sleep;

#*7462# - Sim Phase;

#*7983# - Voltage and Frequency Display;

#*5376# - Deletes all SMSs;

#*3270# - Toggle DCS Support;

#*3476# - Activate/Deactivate EGSM;

#*3282# - Activate/Deactivate Data;

#*4760# - Activate/Deactivate GSM;

#*3676# - Formats the Flash Drive;

#*7722# - Activate/Deactivate RLC bitmap compression;

#*2351# - Blinks 1347E201 in RED;

#*7878# - FirstStartup (0=NO, 1=YES;

#*3838# - Blinks 3D030300 in RED;