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By appelflap, Recognized Developer on 8th August 2010, 07:38 PM
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Update v2.2: occasional bug when hitting the menu fixed.
Update v 2.1: some minor cosmetic changes and some links to some useful info added (only for this version: uninstall the old one and do a fresh install of this 2.1 version . In the future updates can be installed over 2.1 again)
UPDATE v 2.0: now with editable buttons.

Here's an app that will launch some of the codes on the Galaxy S. I wrote it because I was tired of entering those codes in the dialer manually.

I used some of the codes I found in this post.


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Instead of a donation you can buy the app from the market if you want to support my work (50 eurocents). It's up to you though. You can download the app here for free.

(Search for SGS Info on the market)

Download
Newest version is SGS Info v2.apk
You can download it direct to your device and install it from there.

Notes
About the Handset volume: it's a bug in the system. If you first select this menu from the service menu and you press then the handset volume button, you will get straight to the handset volume menu. Didn't notice that. Will update later, or you can edit that button yourself

If you wish, you can also enter phone numbers and use the buttons as call-shortcuts.


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8th August 2010, 09:35 PM |#2  
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Well Done!
Thanks.... Seems like a great idea!
9th August 2010, 08:42 AM |#3  
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That's a nice idea. Thanks for sharing your tool (quite hard to remember service menu code by heart)...
9th August 2010, 01:04 PM |#4  
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Great tool, thanks.
9th August 2010, 01:27 PM |#5  
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great utility!

yes, i've entered those codes so many times i've memorized them already, however, it's still annoying having to type all those *#*# etc etc etc

that saves a lot of time
9th August 2010, 01:50 PM |#6  
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Quote:
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great utility!

yes, i've entered those codes so many times i've memorized them already, however, it's still annoying having to type all those *#*# etc etc etc

that saves a lot of time

Yes, I totaly agree with it...
Thank You very much for this app.

Best regards
9th August 2010, 02:49 PM |#7  
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Great app Thanks mate
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when hitting "factory data reset" is there an "are-you-sure" kind of question?
if not, that would be nice
9th August 2010, 08:20 PM |#9  
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Originally Posted by emelie

when hitting "factory data reset" is there an "are-you-sure" kind of question?
if not, that would be nice

The "factory data reset" button triggers a screen in which you have to push another button to clear the phone. Did the help text worried you?


@all are there some other codes that are interesting to implement? The IMEI button is kinda redundant because you can get the IMEI number with the first menu option. I could exchange that option for another one..
Also the factory data reset points to the same menu as the one that can be accessed via the settings menu.

So if there are new interesting codes let me know, I will put them under a button
9th August 2010, 08:27 PM |#10  
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for the Factory reset, did you use this code?
*2767*3855#

the other codes doesn't clean properly, that one does

you should link it to this one instead
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=721111
9th August 2010, 08:41 PM |#11  
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for the Factory reset, did you use this code?
*2767*3855#

No way! I tested that one, and without any warning it cleaned my whole system... thoroughly, no data, apps or anything survived. I decided to leave that one out...

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the other codes doesn't clean properly, that one does

you should link it to this one instead
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=721111

Ok, good idea.
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