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Note 3 Secret CODES

20th May 2014, 03:48 AM |#11  
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*#2263# Service Mode - Baseband selection
Doesn't work on mine either ... odd.

It's one I've been looking for as this was shown elsewhere on the net as *#*#4636#*#*
It allows you to disable / select what type of phone connection you want.

.... but @vndnguyen - I note that your 'missing shortcuts' app does get me there, so thanks for that.

Yes, the "Testing Menu" entry in the "Missing Shortcuts" app is the code *#*#4636#*#*
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20th May 2014, 02:25 PM |#12  
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Yes, the "Testing Menu" entry in the "Missing Shortcuts" app is the code *#*#4636#*#*

That's interesting because that code doesn't work from the dialer .. I wonder why. I did see someone do it on a note 3 in a youtube video but I assumed it might have been the 9000 rather 9005. Mine shouldn't be blocked as it's a sim free phone not tied to any network.
20th May 2014, 04:56 PM |#13  
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That's interesting because that code doesn't work from the dialer .. I wonder why. I did see someone do it on a note 3 in a youtube video but I assumed it might have been the 9000 rather 9005. Mine shouldn't be blocked as it's a sim free phone not tied to any network.

Yes that code doesn't work because Samsung did block it, but the function is still there.
My app just provides a shortcut to this function.
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16th June 2014, 08:56 AM |#14  
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Calculator secret code
Is there any secret code that detect or calculate number of unautorized spy phone software connections? Thanks!
1st July 2014, 04:50 PM |#15  
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Hi,

You can get all available secret codes in your device by using Shortcut Master app --> 'Secret Code Explorer' menu.

Secret codes
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17th April 2015, 02:31 AM |#16  
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Found these codes and tested working on my Note 3 N9005 :

*#06# -- To check IMEI No.
*#9090# -- Diagnostic Configuration
*#1234# -- to check software version of phone.
*#272*IMEI# -- Reset User data + Change Sales Code
*#12580*369# -- to check software and hardware information.
*#0228# -- Battery status (ADC, RSSI reading)
*2767*3855# -- Full factory reset (Donít dial it does not ask you to confirm unless you have problem)
*#0*# -- This Code shows Screen Test Menu (LCD Test Menu) Hidden Menu
*#7353# -- Self Test Mode (2nd Hidden Menu)


thanks to vndnguyen for the following:

*#34971539# Camera firmware check/update
*#2263# Service Mode - Baseband selection
*#9900# SysDump
*#0011# Service Mode - Radio parameters
*#0808# USB Settings
*#2222# Service Mode - FTA HW Version
*#1111# Service Mode - FTA SW Version



If you have any other code that works, please post it and I will add it here.

Thanks

None of these codes work for my unlocked Verizon Galaxy note 3 running 4.4.4
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18th May 2015, 09:12 PM |#17  
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back to the start or just the last flash ?
*2767*3855# -- Full factory reset (Donít dial it does not ask you to confirm unless you have problem)
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21st May 2015, 02:48 AM |#19  
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quick Q
back to the start or just the last flash ?
*2767*3855# -- Full factory reset (Donít dial it does not ask you to confirm unless you have problem)


it will not perform the task until you complete the whole command.... that includes the last # (hash)
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