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[REF] Multi CSC

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10th September 2010, 07:58 AM   |  #1  
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Warning: Changing CSC will factory reset your phone and you will lose all applications and settings....

So the purpose of this thread is to explain what are those sales code that samsung uses....

To change the CSC enter *#272*xxxx# where xxxx is the current time (by the phone) ex: 06:30 = 0630, 20:25 = 2025

If you have information for any of these codes, please share it so i can update the thread for future use.

I use JM7 with multi-csc and i have these options:
ATO -Austria (A1, bob, T-Mobile A, Orange AT, tele.ring, 3, yesss!, aon)
AUT - Switzerland (sunrise, Swisscom, Orange CH)
CNX - Romania (Vodafone RO)
COA - Romania (Cosmote)
COS - Greece (Cosmote)
CRO - Croatia (T-Mobile)
CYO - Greece (MTN, CYTAVODA)
EUR - Greece (WIND GR, vodafone GR, COSMOTE)
HAT - Romania (RO Orange, Vodafone RO, Cosmote)
IRD - Slovakia (Orange, T-Mobile SK, 02 - SK)
KOR - Korea (SEC Test)
MET - Ireland (Meteor)
MOT - Slovenia (Mobitel)
MOZ - Switzerland (Sunrise, Swisscom, Orange CH)
MSR - Serbia (Telenor)
MTL - Bulgaria (MTEL)
O2C - Czech Republic (O2 - CZ)
O2I - IE (02.ie)
ORO - Romania (RO Orange)
SEB - Baltic (LMT GSM, LV TELE2, LV BITE, LT Omnitel, LT Bite, LT TELE2, EE EMT, EE ELISA, EE TELE2)
SIM - Slovenia (Si.mobil)
SMO - Serbia (mt:s, Telenor, Vip SRB)
SUN - Switzerland (Sunrise)
TMZ - Czech Republic (T-Mobile CZ)
TOP - Serbia (Vip SRB)
TPH - Portugal (P TMN, P Optimus, vodafone P)
TRA - Croatia (T-Mobile HR, HR VIP, TELE2)
TSR - Serbia (mt:s)
TWO - Croatia (TELE2)
VDH - Hungary (vodafone HU)
VDI - Ireland (vodafone IE)
VIM - Makedonia (VIP MK)
VIP - Croatia (HR VIP)
VVT - Bulgaria (vivacom)
XEH - Hungary (T-mobile H, pannon, vodafone HY, vodafone HU VMAX
XEO - Poland (Plus, Era, Heyah, Orange, Play)
XEZ - Czech Republic (T-Mobile CZ, O2 - CZ, Vodafone CZ
XFA - South Africa (Vodacom, Vodacom Lesotho, MTN, Cell C, Virgin)
XFC - South Africa (Vodacom, Vodacom Lesotho, MTN, Cell C, Virgin)
XFE - South Africa (Vodacom, MTN, Cell C, Virgin)
XFM - South Africa (Vodacom, Vodacom Lesotho, MTN, Cell C, Virgin)

CPW - UK & IRE (O2 UK, Orange UK, T-Mobile, Virgin Mobile, Vodafone UK, TESCO, BT Mobile, H3G, Asda, O2 IRL, Vodafone IE, Meteor, H3G IE, Tesco Mobile Ireland)
DBT - Germany (T-Mobile D, Vodafone.de, E-Plus, o2 - de)
ITV - Italy (TIM, Vodafone, WIND, H3G)
XEF - France (Orange F, F SFR, BOUYGTEL, NRJ (SFR), Virgin, Tele2, Auchan, Carrefour, NRJ (ORANGE), Orange (340 01), Orange (647 00), Debitel, Leclerc, Digicel)
XEO - Poland (Plus, Era, Heyah, Orange, Play)
XEU - UK & IRE (O2 UK, Orange UK, T-Mobile, Virgin Mobile, Vodafone UK, TESCO, BT Mobile, H3G, Asda, O2 IRL, Vodafone IE, Meteor, H3G IE, Tesco Mobile Ireland)

BMC = Bell Mobility Canada
SER - United Kingdom (O2)
XEE - Nordic Countries (Telenor and others)
XSO - Singtel
MOB - Austria A1 (Mobilcom)
TMH - T-Mobile Hungary

Update: added new CSC-s from CSC_I9000OXAJM1
Last edited by manniakk; 6th October 2010 at 07:19 AM.
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10th September 2010, 08:02 AM   |  #2  
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Hi just to let you know... i changed it once to try and i lost all my softwares... so don't try to change it for fun if you are not ready to lose your apps and settings.
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10th September 2010, 08:29 AM   |  #4  
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You can understand which one is what by looking at /system/csc/<CSC>/system/csc/customer.xml

Where <CSC> is the corresponding 3-letter sales code.
10th September 2010, 09:05 AM   |  #5  
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When i had to chose mine, i was expecting ITA, but instead it showed ITV.
I did a bit of research and it looked like it was the one related to Italy, so i selected ITV and nothing strange happened. APNs were correct for my operator, so i guess my guess was right.
10th September 2010, 09:46 AM   |  #6  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by gshklover

You can understand which one is what by looking at /system/csc/<CSC>/system/csc/customer.xml

Where <CSC> is the corresponding 3-letter sales code.

thank you for your hint, i`m filling the table right away
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I would like to know the 3 letter code for dutch phones. Preferrably for Tmobile NL
10th September 2010, 10:10 AM   |  #8  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Stefanauss

..., so i guess my guess was right.

Yes, for unbranded models, it was.
11th September 2010, 03:47 AM   |  #9  
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im on o2 uk , phone is a 16gb voda unbranded and my service code is SER
11th September 2010, 10:05 PM   |  #10  
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Doesn't work I get USSD Rejected when I use the hash code.

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