Updated Service Codes
We have extracted about 90% of the Service Codes from the latest Version I have downloaded. So far, not much in additional options. Maybe some changes in the old ones. Needs to be checked. There are again, some dead codes which are not referenced, so this is normal and not a wrong code from me.
The most interesting codes run a check before they start. If the conditions do not apply, the diag function will not start.
This would be
AUDIOGAINCONTROL <-- What a shame as I still need to tweak the Volume on Level 1/30. Which should play more this Level.
(Yes I know, I have tweaked the Sound Tuning options)
The App runs a functions called "check cable" and this one calls "JIG_UART"
This function checks for two conditions. Unfortunately just some numbers, which cannot be explained because of a number code only..
This seems to be a Service Cable, as I was not able to run those codes, even when changed from USB to UART in the menu. So lets get an UART cable :)
If the UART Service Cable is not needed, maybe someone else finds out...
There are also two commands which check a registry value from the phone, and start not for me:
So far I have seen only the following new ones:
SerialNumber --> Starts but does not show anything
TFlashUnPairing --> Starts but have not tested it. I don't need to know everything :)
Some Menu Item was deleted, forgot which ones...
I have attached the Commands and the Hash table. It does not make sense to transfer every hash code, because most of them are already resolved.
I explain how to resolve it, in case you want to try one:
As an example I have chosen the SMDINFO (Open the TXT file)command, because it has only 5 digits:
The first Number: (4) Tells you the length of the code. Because we use 0 too, this code has 5 positions:
Next to the number in the brackets, is the number you put into the DiagApp Tool, starting from the last. Because SMDINFO shows, you only two of them in the same line, you just continue downwards. You can also use the search option:
This results in:
Again you look for the numbers next to the numbers in the brackets. So you need to find the numbers for:
(4) (3) (2) (1) (0)
(4) (3) are easy, on the same line... the looks for the next (2), which can be found under: DisableSellOutSMS If you are unsure, use search...
Its easier as it sounds...
If I find anything new and useful, I will let you know...
Let me know any interesting file to disassemble. The is always more then the eye can catch.. :) At least with a debug guru in the team...