Originally Posted by Goldie
there is not much very exciting in those menus
Really? I've always found a plethora of interesting items in service menus. And the S5 menu is no different. It had essential information to calibrate the handset and complete several projects. The NV dump dialog is immensely useful for firmware research and modding. And there are people actively looking for new dialer codes and an updated SIM unlock method based on those menus to name but a few examples.
I also thought that the related string that E:V:A found in the S4 firmware worth exploring in the S5 -
I wonder what features are enabled or blocked in that mode? The thread that I referenced earlier, and it is only one of many on the subject of service menus, has 56,000 views. But yeah, there are other approaches to modding too. If the OP hasn't lost interest already, have a look at this thread
which talks about decompling system apps to find out more about the service menu and related firmware features.
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Originally Posted by Frustrated Aussie
That was alot easier than the terminal command though i worked out i can add the terminal command to the "initial Command" in the menu and every time i open a new window it brings up the service mode screen both work well
Great. That Cooper's Extra strong that you guys make is pretty good.