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Default Service menu.....

Open dialer, and type 3845#*800# I always turn off thermal throttling that dims ur display when phone gets over 100 degrees. Do this by going to High temperature property off, and thermal deamon mitigation off, and enable them both...

Verizon folks will need to insert there model between the * and #

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I tried with 980 instead of 800. doesn't work..

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The code is whong, and ppl will fail and ask you again and again. Should type the right code in the first place
It is 3845#*800#
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The code is whong, and ppl will fail and ask you again and again. Should type the right code in the first place
It is 3845#*800#
Sorry slapnuts, my mistaken typo..... yes its whong..... Corrected...

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My HTC One would sometimes go up to 110 degrees so throttling at 100 degrees seems kinda silly to me. Can we increase the number or do we just turn it off?


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My HTC One would sometimes go up to 110 degrees so throttling at 100 degrees seems kinda silly to me. Can we increase the number or do we just turn it off?


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For Optimus G you can change values in etc/thermald-8064.conf, not sure if you need unlocked bootloader or if root is enough.
 
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I don't know if that's the exact temp, but that's when I noticed it happening.... not sure if the temp can be raised or not to be honest...

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Ok am I just doing something wrong when I try and enter the service menu, I type in 3845#*980# and nothing happens? I have the verizon version as well.
 
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The code is whong, and ppl will fail and ask you again and again. Should type the right code in the first place
It is 3845#*800#


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seems like mine already had it turned off. I also noticed VoLTE is disabled, is this voice over LTE? should it be?

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