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[Q] Korean Version SHV-370K - ROM/GroupPlay/ChatON

3rd February 2014, 12:25 PM |#11  
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This secret menu allows you to modify the network, frequencies and other stuff, each korean service privider has it's own password.

try typing this on the dialer.

319712358

it asks for a password. I tried 0821 but it doesn't seem to work
 
 
3rd February 2014, 12:27 PM |#12  
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it asks for a password. I tried 0821 but it doesn't seem to work

the password is network related
3rd February 2014, 12:35 PM |#13  
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the password is network related

I found the password on a Russian forum, it's 774632. But I don't see where in that menu I can enable USSD
3rd February 2014, 01:36 PM |#14  
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I found the password on a Russian forum, it's 774632. But I don't see where in that menu I can enable USSD

you don't need the menu for the ussd, korean version has their own set of ussd, they are different from the international version, some are the same , but most are different.
3rd February 2014, 01:46 PM |#15  
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you don't need the menu for the ussd, korean version has their own set of ussd, they are different from the international version, some are the same , but most are different.

Please forgive me as I'm a total noob, but after your last reply it hit me: we're probably talking about different USSDs. I meant that my operator USSD codes didn't work, the ones that I send to find out my remaining balance and to also enable/disable services etc. (e.g. I would send *444#2#1 to find out my remaining balance), not the phone's own USSD codes (like the service menus etc, e.g. the IMEI check with *#06#). Operator USSD codes just don't work - the phone either sits trying to connect for a few minutes (locking the phone down during this time), or just says that the signal is too weak. So I guess I do need to install a different firmware to fully unlock it.

Thanks for trying to help though, I'm learning new stuff!
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3rd February 2014, 08:58 PM |#16  
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Please forgive me as I'm a total noob, but after your last reply it hit me: we're probably talking about different USSDs. I meant that my operator USSD codes didn't work, the ones that I send to find out my remaining balance and to also enable/disable services etc. (e.g. I would send *444#2#1 to find out my remaining balance), not the phone's own USSD codes (like the service menus etc, e.g. the IMEI check with *#06#). Operator USSD codes just don't work - the phone either sits trying to connect for a few minutes (locking the phone down during this time), or just says that the signal is too weak. So I guess I do need to install a different firmware to fully unlock it.

Thanks for trying to help though, I'm learning new stuff!


Mate I have the same problem here. The USSD codes just dont work. My balance check does work though. All I have noticed that USSDS that need two steps dont work. Example to transfer credits, I type *456# and in return it should ask me what number I need to transfer my credits, but it just doesnt work. I have tried the menu but no idea what that is all about. Still cannot find what to do.


Secondly I met some one at the forums who has the same device as ours. HE said installing Cynogen Mod is working and it doesnt effect us having a model of SHV something. LOL. So I dont know if I should go ahead and flash a custom rom. I would rather flash an official rom but no one is helping here and I cant seem to find any. Like maybe we could flash an english rom from UK. Something official like the normal I9195 have! Not some korean ones.
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15th February 2014, 06:59 PM |#17  
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New Update.
Hey people! I just got an OTA update and all I see new is a Google Drive icon. The update is still on 4.2.2 and not 4.3. It was about 96mb of file size. How can I take out the changelog and read what bug fixes it brings?
21st February 2014, 09:32 AM |#18  
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how to do I move from SHV or change the CSC code?

for now getting only the Korean pop up messages.

Want to change to Australia CSC code.
21st February 2014, 12:22 PM |#19  
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how to do I move from SHV or change the CSC code?

for now getting only the Korean pop up messages.

Want to change to Australia CSC code.

I've read about CSC Select app (on google play market), but I think you need root for this to work. I'm not an expert on that though.

Please write here if you manage to get any results (even if negative).
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