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## Codes (Programming Codes) Listing

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28th July 2010, 06:21 AM   |  #1  
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[Update4]
The app my brother and I worked on is listed below. Feel free to use it and contribute back in the hopes we can have a great working app that can be used across different ROMs.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=998550

[Update3]
It appears HTC and Sprint fixed this 2.2 ## code issue. The 2.2 fix listed here should no longer be needed unless the ROM you are using has an old 2.2 Sprint update. BEFORE APPLYING this update check and see if the ## codes work. This little test might prevent problems.

[Update2]
The "fix" for 2.2 only works on rooted phones for now. I will update if a fix for non-root becomes available.

Thanks everyone for the fix! This is what worked for me. Download old EPST here (thanks to aporon for providing apk). Mount /system as r/w with root explorer and copy or move EPST to /system/app. Then install and reboot by clicking on EPST that you just moved to /system/app. Test with ##775# or some other code. It should work.

[Update]
I plan on creating a fix for those with custom dialers and 2.2 that cannot dial these codes. I will update this post and/or create a new thread when this is complete.

[Original Content]

I want to start a thread to keep track of the ## codes/programming codes (whatever they are officially called). This way it can help devs and others know what code to use for what. Its basically a list showing codes with a simple description of each. The idea for this came from a winmo thread listed below...

If I have made a mistake or if I'm missing something (I know I am) please let me know, leave a comment, and lets have a community generated list with accurate information to benefit all.

All were tested on many different ROMs, but stock rooted 2.1 and DC 3.2.3 gave the same results as almost any 2.1 ROM. Most of these will not work on 2.2.

Tested/Working:
##775# - EPST/PRL - PRL Settings
##786# - EPST - Status Menu
##3282# - EPST - Data Programming Menu (User Name, Advanced, Restore, Enable HFA, DSA Server, MMSC URL)
##33284# - Debug - Debug Menu – (Debug Screen, Test Calls, RC Data, HDR/1X Selection, Voice Privacy, DTMF Set, Korea Mode Set)
##3424# - Diagnostic - Connect to phone in diag mode
##2539# - EPST/A-Key - Data A key menu
##7738# - EPST/P_Rev - Protocol Revision
##8626337# - EPST/Vocoder - Unsure
##4772579# - Reset the GPS
##72786# - changes DSA back to Factory
##889# - enables TTY
----- Was only able to get the following working on CM6 Rom -----
*#*#4636#*#* - Phone Information - "Phone information, Battery information, Battery history, Useage statistics, Wifi information"

Confirmed not Working:
##UPST# - modem directory
##778# - EPST - Advanced Programming

Unverified:
##37872# - Full Speed USB Mode - Enable/Disable
##3386# - DDTM - Enable/Disable
*#0*# - Test Utility - SAFE TO PLAY WITH
*#0011# Service menu
*#0228# Battery Status
*#0283# Receiver Packet loopback
*#0289# Melody Test again?
*#0673# Melody Test SAFE TO PLAY WITH
*#0782# RTCTimeRead displays time (and seconds)
*#0842# Vibration test SAFE TO PLAY WITH
*#147852# Allows you to access many screens including CDMA DATA Connections
*#1472365# GPS Setup
*#1575# Service menu
*#197328640# Service menu
*#2263# ??
*#232331# Bluetooth RF Test Mode
*#2454# Low Battery Power Off
*#2580# Service menu
*#2663# Touchscreen Accuracy Test SAFE TO PLAY WITH
*#2664# Touchscreen Firmware Version
*#2664# Main Firmware Update
*#2767*2878# Service menu
*#32489# Service menu
*#3264# RAM Version
*#3282*727336*# Current Data State
*#369852# Allows you to access many screens including CDMA DATA Connections
*#4238378# Service menu
*#6984125*# Service menu
*#7284# Service menu
*#745# Sec_RIL_Dump allows you to copy to phone memory, clear ril log, (greyed out copy to SDcard and view RIL log), exit
*#7450# Phone Dump Mode Disable
*#7451# Phone Dump Mode Enable
*#767*3855# Factory Format – CRAP!! WARNING!!!
*#7780# Factory Reset
*#9090# Service menu
*#9900# SysDump copy logcat/dumpstate/dumpsys, enable debug log, copy watchdogdumpstatelog)

It looks like a few of them will go to the same menu, but is a shortcut to a specific area within the larger menu. The ones above I verified myself, but might have the names and descriptions wrong. The others I tried but didn't have any luck.

Shot out to Stevopativo for his running list he started here in a Touch Pro thread. I'm hoping this thread will build upon his list.
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28th July 2010, 06:30 AM   |  #2  
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Nice there should be a list on how to program the phones
28th July 2010, 01:24 PM   |  #3  
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Just added a butt ton more codes to the list for testing and verifying.
28th July 2010, 01:32 PM   |  #4  
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Thanks. I can't wait until EPST etc. work on Froyo. I miss changing my PRL "on the fly".
28th July 2010, 01:45 PM   |  #5  
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Thanks. I can't wait until EPST etc. work on Froyo. I miss changing my PRL "on the fly".

Well hopefully you won't have to wait too long. I am in the middle of working on a "fix".
28th July 2010, 05:35 PM   |  #6  
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Well hopefully you won't have to wait too long. I am in the middle of working on a "fix".

Pm me when you get that fix. Willing to donate. Thank you.
28th July 2010, 06:22 PM   |  #7  
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Pm me when you get that fix. Willing to donate. Thank you.

No problem. I will also make sure I update this post and/or start a new thread on it. I'm hoping to have something by this weekend.
28th July 2010, 07:42 PM   |  #8  
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No problem. I will also make sure I update this post and/or start a new thread on it. I'm hoping to have something by this weekend.

I second that. Without the latest PRL, my phone gets crappy data coverage @ my house. Would love a PM when you are done!
28th July 2010, 11:04 PM   |  #9  
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I just loaded the Ava_Froyo ROM... but none of these codes work anymore.... does froyo have its own ## coeds???

I need the ##data# code that will work with froyo
28th July 2010, 11:08 PM   |  #10  
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Yes, Froyo and custom dialers do not support these codes. As you can read in my original post I'm working on a fix for that issue.

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