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xda-developers - SECRET CODES - Omnia 2 GT-i8000

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MrT69
SECRET CODES - Omnia 2 GT-i8000

6th August 2010 10:48 PM

*#1234# Software Version *#9911# Batterie Stauts *#0206*8376263# Shows a screen with the PDA/Phone version numbers, H/W and RFCalDate. *#197328640# Root debug menu *#1546792*# Shows the Administrator Settings menu. (Executes \Windows\AdminSettings.exe) In there: 1. Version Shows a menu where you can access the version numbers for the PDA and the Software (redirects to the Settings Version applet) 2. Preconfiguration (Password is *#81230*#) Allows to preconfigure the Omnia Operator settings by changing the country and operator. ################################################## ######## Note: Changing this will hard-reset the device. This won't lock or unlock the device with the specified operator. ################################################## ######## 3. Network-Call Setting: 1. Power On Attach: (Attach [default] or Detach) 2. Service Domain: (Combined [default], CS or PS) Changes which service domain to use. 3. Network mode: (Auto [default], GSM or WCDMA) Changes the data connexion mode. WCDMA is 3G. 4. Network order (Auto [default], GSM first, WCDMA first or No change) Changes which mode to try first when connecting, with Network Mode on Auto. 5. Internal - Password is *#0807#. Here you can: i.e. change Bloototh MAC address (or BT Mac Adress - I don't remember correct name) i.e. change Network MAC address *#0002*28346# Opens the Audio control utility, where you can adjust low-level volumes. *#7465625# (Executes \Windows\Personalize.exe %LOCK_STATUS_INFO) Shows the status of the Network, Service Provider, SIM or Corporation lock. *#92782# (Executes \Windows\uamgr.exe) Shows the UA profile settings. *#232337# (Executes \Windows\bthrftest.exe) Shows the Bluetooth RF tester and the device address. *#32489# (GSM test) Shows the ciphering status and options to enable or disable it. *#2263# (Executes \Windows\bandsel.exe -band) (GSM test) Shows the GSM band selection screen, with the options Automatic [default], GSM 850, 900, 1800, 1900, 850/190 and 900/1800. *#1234# (Executes \Windows\KSReset.exe #Version) Shows the PDA and the Phone version
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xda-developers - SECRET CODES - Omnia 2 GT-i8000

number. *#0782# (Executes \Windows\RTCViewer.exe) Shows the Clock & Alarms settings. *#0673# (Executes \Windows\PlaySound.exe) Shows Audio sound tests. *#9090# (GSM test) UART/USB settings. *#0842# Shows tests for the Vibration, the Back Light and the Alert LED (Power buttton LED). *#2580# (GSM test) Integrity settings. *#0228# (GSM test) Shows the detailed GSM status: Antenna signal power, served network mode, temperature, Battery, Voltage (Antenna ADC test) *#2222# (GSM test) Shows the FTA hardware version. *#1111# (GSM test) Shows the FTA software version. *#0011# (Executes \Windows\TestMode.exe) (GSM test) Shows some more detailed GSM (Basic Information) status. *#745# Dumps SLOG, whatever it is, and shows a message. *#06# Shows IMEI number. *#1*# (Executes \Windows\Line_KeyTest.exe) *#0*# (Executes \Windows\LCDTest.exe) Shows a menu to test LCD colors, bootup melody, vibration, dimming, back camera, front camera, touchscreen, light sensor, sleep mode and mouse. The accelerometer data is also displayed at the bottom. Some solutions for Unlock the device. I'M NOT SURE IF THIS WILL WORK ON SMART PHONES, BUT IT WILL BE A GOOD THING IF SOME OF YOU CAN CONFIRM

THIS CODES WILL UNLOCK NEARLY ALL OF THE NEW MODEL SAMSUNG PHONES (?) EXCEPT SMART PHONES *7465625*638*00000000*00000000# NEXT ENTER #7465625*638*00000000# AND THEN *#7465625# to check the locks.... network lock - inactive subset lock - inactive sp lock - inactive cp lock - inactive sim lock - inactive activa lock - inactive phone lock - inactive auto network - inactive auto subset lock - inactive auto sp lock - inactive auto cp lock - inactive auto sim lock - inactive Samsung t619 *7465625*638*00000000*00000000# NEXT ENTER #7465625*638*00000000#
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xda-developers - SECRET CODES - Omnia 2 GT-i8000

Samsung t809 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Insert other providers sim *2767*3855# let it reboot(restart) *7465625*638*00000000*00000000# (this changes network lock w/password 00000000) #7465625*638*00000000# (this deactivates network lock w/00000000) *#7465625# to check all locks

If all are inactive, then you are good to go. Unlock Samsung Universal Put a non-accepted SIM Card and turn it on. Type *#9998*3323#. Press Exit. You will get a new menu. Select Malloc Fail.

tugausa

13th February 2011 02:45 AM

I found that my O2 is probably a stolen one... is it possible to change its IMEI back to normal? How can I do this?

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