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Galaxy S5 Secret Codes

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6th May 2015, 09:55 PM |#121  
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Samsung software found with all SM-G900F codes (186), none about audio jack output, so I ordered Bluetooth NFC headphones, just hope that it won't be the same issue... And not a battery killer too for my phone.,.

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15th June 2015, 06:15 AM |#123  
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Angry *#7465625# (*#simlock#) does not work on SM-900P ( Sprint)
Originally Posted by SteveHG

This code is not working on SM-900F.

Originally Posted by vndnguyen

Did you remove sim card from your phone?

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This code is not working on SM-900P ( Sprint )

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Originally Posted by Morinzo

Worked perfect in my 900R6 to activate the codes & hidden menus.

There is no /efs/carrier/HiddenMenu file on Sprint Galaxy S5( SM G900p). Where is the hiddenMenu file on this Sprint phone?

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Originally Posted by GuruBuilt

If your phones paid off just call your provider and ask them to unlock for your upcoming overseas trip. Works for GSM carriers anyways.

Does not work on Sprint.!!! Sprint wants you to keeps using Sprint
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23rd June 2015, 08:40 PM |#124  
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The lcd test
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Just thought you guys should know you can force LTE by running an app called Advanced Signal Network in a rooted phone. It will force close the first time you go into Additional Info and then into Device Information. There's a deep down there, where you can select LTE exclusively. I use it a lot to avoid roaming down by the Mexican border. Bad thing is that if there is no LTE, you won't get anything until you respect LTE/CDMA auto.

Originally Posted by Krytoan

The only way is to select the default mobile network LTE/CDMA. It'll choose 4G if available and switch back to 3G if that's your only option. One reason I liked my old S2 was for this reason, having a 4G switch, which would take less battery if I'm not using networks at all (at least that's my opinion).

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