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Default [REF][INFO] Galaxy S3 SGH-T999 stock supported USSD codes

If you post them I will update this with a list of all the ones that work.
Some codes from i9300 do not work. Don't post any not tested or not marked as dangerous.
Most of the Android secret codes only work on Samsung stock rom, the dialer recognizes the
code when entered and you don't have to hit send. Codes work on ICS and JB dialers, but
most are not built into CM10 or AOSP
(if you erased any of the stock /system/app/*test*.apk obviously they won't launch)

[UPDATE -- There is some hysteria on the interwebs about exploits that can reset your S3.
All that is happening is certain tel: links in a browser or NFC are loading numbers into the dialer
for you. When any Android Secret code listed below is entered into the dialer it launches
the specific .apk or function (like reboot or even factory reset). You can install a 3rd party
dialer and set that as the default and avoid this. The codes do nothing in most non-stock
dialers. They also are present on almost every phone, not just S3]



USSD Codes (T-mobile)
#BAL#
#MIN#
#MSG#
#SMS#
#WEB#
#NUM# -- returns your phone number
#FAM# -- Family allowance
#PWD# -- reset voicemail password to last four digits of phone number
#PWO# -- toggles voicemail password
#RON# -- enable international roaming
#ROF# --disable international roaming
#TAXI -- calls a local taxi service adds $1.75 to your bill (US & Canada)

*NUM -- reads your calling number to you
*777 -- Smart Access Customer Care
*TOGO -- Prepaid Customer Care add minutes
*ADD -- Prepaid Service Center add minutes
611 -- Customer care
123 -- Voicemail

VSC/ MMI Codes (GSM)
Other GSM Supplementary Services codes
*#30# -- status of incoming caller ID
*#31# -- status of outgoing caller ID
*#35# -- status of incoming SMS
*#351# -- status of Incoming SMS If Roaming
*#33# -- status of Outgoing SMS
*#331# -- status of Outgoing International SMS
*#43# -- status of call waiting
*#21# -- status Unconditional Call Forwarding
*#002# -- status all Conditional Call Forwarding
*#004# -- status Conditional Call Forwarding (busy, no answer, unavail)
*#61# -- status of forwarding when no answer
*#62# -- status of forwarding when not reachable
*#62# -- status of forwarding when busy
*xx# -- enables feature
**xx# -- register and activate feature
*#xx# -- check status of feature
#xx# -- cancels feature
##xx# -- cancel and deactivate feature
ie.
*61*1xxxYYYzzzz**10# -- sets no answer after 10 seconds to forward to (xxx)YYY-zzzz
#31#2345678910 -- initiates call to (234)567-8910 with outgoing caller ID blocked
*43#2345678910 -- enables call waiting and dials (234)567-8910
#35*0000*16# -- enable SMS service (where 0000 is default Network Barring password)
*35*0000*16# -- disable SMS service (block incoming SMS)

Android Secret Codes (SGH-T999)
Universal
*#06# -- IMEI

Samsung Dialer - [Source] [here] and in thread
*#0*# -- SensorDiagnotics [1]
*#03# -- NAND Flash S/N
*#80# -- Touchscreen noise test (warning do not press power button)
*#251# -- Wakelock ON
*#250# -- Wakelock OFF
*#350# -- Reboot
*#526# -- WLAN Engineering Mode
*#528# -- WLAN Engineering Mode
*#745# -- RIL Dump Menu
*#746# -- Debug Dump Menu
*#0011# -- ServiceMode [1]
*#0228# -- Battery status
*#0283# -- Audio packet loopback test
*#0289# -- Audio/speaker test (Melody Test Mode)
*#0514# -- SysDump (System Dumps, logs, etc)
*#0588# -- Proximity Sensor test
*#0589# -- Light Sensor Test Mode
*#0673# -- Audio/speaker test (same as 0289)
*#0782# -- Real Time Clock Test
*#0842# -- Vibration Test
*#1575# -- GPS Control Menu
*#2263# -- RF Band Selection
*#2663# -- Touchscreen FW and version
*#2664# -- HW touchscreen test
*#3264# -- RAM CHECK (Version number)
*#4327# -- HDCP INFO (True/ false)
*#7769# -- PROXIMITY SENSOR TEST
*#7284# -- Phone Utility (USB Settings)
*#7353# -- Self Test (Menu of 12 tests to use)
*#7594# -- Factory mode Enable shutdown on long press
*#8888# -- Service Mode (Read FTA hw version)
*#9900# -- System Dump Mode
*#9999# -- SW Versions (AP, CP, CSC, FTA SW)
*#22235# -- ACCELEROMETER SENSOR INFO
*#86824# -- TOUCH KEY SENSITIVITY
*#5238973# -- LCD TYPE
*#232331# -- BT test
*#232332# -- ???
*#232337# -- BT address
*#232338# -- WLAN MAC address & PS mode
*#232339# -- WLAN Engineering Mode test (TX & RX modes) (same 526)
*#272886# -- Auto Answer Selection
*#3214789# -- GCF Mode Status
*#8736364# -- OTA Update Menu
*#7412365# -- Camera Firmware Standard (Front/Rear Cam FW)
*#7465625# -- Personalization (Lock Status settings)
*#22558463# -- Reset Total Call Time
*#12580*369# -- Main Version (AP, CP, CSC, RF cal, HW Rev) (similar to 9999)
*#197328640# Service Mode
*#3282*727336*# -- System and Storage Information (Data Usage Status)
*#273283*255*3282*# -- Adjust/Fill Message, Contact, Call Log, etc Limits
*#273283*255*663282*# -- Data Create SD Card
*#7328735824# -- LOT ID


//*#7780# Factory Reset (WARNING)
//*2767*3855# Full Factory Reset (WARNING)
87976633 FACTORY RESET



unconfirmed (may be i9300 codes)

*#32489# -- (Ciphering Info)
*#4238378# GCF Configuration
??*#872564# USB Logging Control
??*#3214789650# LBS Test Mode
*#34971539# Camera Firmware Update
*#7412365# Camera Firmware Menu
*#301279# -- HSDPA/HSUPA Control Menu
73876766 SELLOUT SMS ENABBLE
738767633 SELLOUT SMS DISABLE
7387678378 SELLOUT SELF SET TEST MODE
7387677763 SELLOUT SMS SET PRODUCT MODE
4238378 GCF SETTINGS
4387264636 SELLOUT SMS MAIN
*#528# -- ?? Wireless Lan Tests
*#4636#
*#7465625# -- unlock? errors?
*#197328640# – Enabling test mode for service activity
**05***# – Execute from Emergency dial screen to unlock PUK code
??*#07# Test History
*#1234# View SW Version PDA, CSC, MODEM
2886 ??


Also test at command line or adb with:
am broadcast -a android.provider.Telephony.SECRET_CODE -d android_secret_code://XXXX where xxxx is code



*#1234# – PDA and Phone firmware info
*#1111# – FTA Software version
*#2222# – FTA Hardware version
*#4636# – Phone Information
*#44336# – Displays Build time and change list number
??*#44336# Software Version Info
*#8351# – Enables voice dialing logging mode
*#8350# – Disables voice dialing logging mode


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I've got a whole bunch of these written down at home. Ill post em for you later tonight.

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Info 2 Tested Working Dialer Codes

Sorry I didn't get these posted last night....just couldnt keep my eyes open any longer!

Hey Joe, Hope you dont mind a quick correction. If I understand this stuff correctly, these are not USSD codes (USSD is in your title). USSD (Unstructured Supplementary Service Data) Codes are ones which communicate with the carriers network/computers. These are different as they communicate with the device hardware and software (mostly hardware related though). A simple example of a USSD code would be #646# to check your minute usage, or #225# to check your current balance. Also with the USSD codes you have to press the call button, with these you only have to enter the code, and if it is correct and enabled, it will execute automatically.
I have seen these referred to as Hidden Codes, Secret Codes, AOD (I think thats what I saw somewhere). I generally just call them Dialer Codes. Also, as per my understanding, there are Android codes and Manufacturer codes. So some of them are built into Android itself, while others are built into the mods made by the manufacturer.

Most of that is from memory, so if I made a mistake or jumbled anything up, please do let me know! I think Ive got it right though!

Note that Samsung disabled some of these in different builds, so while some may work on UVALEM, they may not work on UVALH2 or UVDLI8. (Different builds may have different codes disabled/enabled, but I have not been making a point to test them on each release)
I'll be adding these to one of my threads at some point as well.

The following codes have been tested and confirmed working on UVALI5. I have a lot more but have not had a chance to test them all yet, and some I have tested and are not currently working for me on my current build, so I am leaving those off as well. (also as op requested, I will only post the ones that should be safe to use. Some codes will wipe your data or have unwanted results. I am leaving those off of this list)

Unless otherwise stated, enter codes from the dialer like this: *#code#

0* --- LCD Test (Great Suite of Tools)

06 --- IMEI

0011 --- Service Mode (Press Menu for more options)

0228 --- Battery Status

0283 --- Loopback Test

0514 --- SysDump (System Dumps, logs, etc)

0782 --- Real Time Clock time read

0842 --- Vibration Test

2663 --- TouchScreen FW Update

7284 --- Phone Utility (USB Settings)

7353 --- Self Test (Menu of 12 tests to use)

9999 --- SW Versions (AP, CP, CSC, FTA SW)

7594 --- Factory Mode (Enable Long-press on end call to shutdown)

8888 --- Service Mode (Read FTA hw version)

232338 --- WlanMacAddress (Enable/Disable WiFi Powersave Mode)

7412365 --- CameraFirmware Standard (Front/Rear Cam FW version check and write)

7465625 --- Personalization (Lock Status)

22558463 --- Reset Total Call Time

34971539 --- CameraFirmware Standard (Same, but with different options)

197328640 --- Service Mode (Debugging, Testing. Use menu > back to go back in menus)

7328735824 --- Lot ID (Null)

767*2878 --- Reset QWERTY Slide-Out Counter

12580*369 --- Main Version (AP, CP, CSC, RF cal, HW Rev)

3282*727336* --- System and Storage Information

273283*255*3282* --- Adjust/Fill Message, Contact, Call Log, etc Limits

*#*#4636#*#* --- Testing (Device Info plus some tests)



I have quite a few more. But have not tested for function or if they even work yet (or they didn't meet OP req.) Ill add more when I do, but figured I'd go ahead and share what I have already.
As I said before, Samsung disabled different codes in different builds. Ive already run across a few where they did not work but I am quite sure I remember them working before on a different build! YMMV.
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I think what you're trying for is the first one I listed.
Plug in the 0* to the 'code' I put up above to make this.
*#0*#
Once you hit the last # it should start.
Sorry, let me know if the way I wrote all that is confusing.
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I think what you're trying for is the first one I listed.
Plug in the 0* to the 'code' I put up above to make this.
*#0*#
Once you hit the last # it should start.
So on CM10 it doesn't launch most of these and you have to hit send. It is built into the system, like most codes just launch a specific apk.

The dialer says generically ussd, but you are right android secret code is correct.

Anyways the stock rom disabled many previous common codes.
 
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I'd imagine the majority of codes available in CM are the ones built in to the Android OS prior to manufacturers adding their stuff.
I believe most that I listed are Sammy specific...when I dive into more of these ill try to specify which are which.

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I'd imagine the majority of codes available in CM are the ones built in to the Android OS prior to manufacturers adding their stuff.
I believe most that I listed are Sammy specific...when I dive into more of these ill try to specify which are which.
Thanks, I didn't realize that is just built into the phone dialer to launch apk.

All of these codes work on JB. And the main 0* testing app is in Lcdtest.apk
Most of the same tests are in *#7353# which I believe is secFactoryTest.apk
 
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I believe most that I listed are Sammy specific...when I dive into more of these ill try to specify which are which.
I tested some more and added them to the list. Also included GSM codes.
 
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Finally, we have two NVpasswords, that is used for uploading or dumping NVram, AFAIK. They are:
873283
3352225
and they can be found in Sec_Ril_Dump.class.
From here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...27&postcount=4 it would be nice to dex2jar the T999 Sec RIL to get the NV password, (the i9300 did not work) because the *#745# RIL dump menu has some neat features to save NV or EFS to sdcard.

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