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I was doing some decompiling and digging through some code on the Note2 and found some interesting things.

 

##UPDATE# - updates profile, updates PRL, and updates firmware all in one swoop.

##367738# - DNSSET - not sure what this does, as it just blanks out the dialer numbers like nothing happened

3215987123580 - very interesting one. The pattern is kinda neat as you dial. The menu is weird to navigate but lots of interesting tid bits in here about LTE, CDMA, UMTS, etc. You are on your own with this one as some items look like it could change config options.

*#*#3215987123580#*#* - same thing

##3424# - seen this one in the past for using QPST

##786# - same from previous Sprint phones for resetting your phone

##4772579# - haven't tried this one but labelled as GPSCLRX

##564# - LOG menu

##66236# - OMADM - MSL required to enable or disable DM logging

##66264# - OMANI says updating profile but fails

##72786# - SCRTN - think this one wipes all data and programming information

##889# - labelled as TTY, didn't try it

##25327# - labelled as CLEAR and I was too chicken to try it

 

Don't think these work as the code looks like it falls out of the IF statement, report back if you find something:

**583 - LTEMODE

**7838 - STEALTHMODE

**673 - MRD

##737425# - SERIALSET

##2627# - com.android.samsung.rmt_exercise

##8378# - TEST

##372# - DSA

*#22745927 - HIDDENMENUENABLE

 

Still doing some digging around in some of the inner workings of this phone.

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I was doing some decompiling and digging through some code on the Note2 and found some interesting things.

 

##UPDATE# - updates profile, updates PRL, and updates firmware all in one swoop.

##367738# - DNSSET - not sure what this does, as it just blanks out the dialer numbers like nothing happened

3215987123580 - very interesting one. The pattern is kinda neat as you dial. The menu is weird to navigate but lots of interesting tid bits in here about LTE, CDMA, UMTS, etc. You are on your own with this one as some items look like it could change config options.

*#*#3215987123580#*#* - same thing

##3424# - seen this one in the past for using QPST

##786# - same from previous Sprint phones for resetting your phone

##4772579# - haven't tried this one but labelled as GPSCLRX

##564# - LOG menu

##66236# - OMADM - MSL required to enable or disable DM logging

##66264# - OMANI says updating profile but fails

##72786# - SCRTN - think this one wipes all data and programming information

##889# - labelled as TTY, didn't try it

##25327# - labelled as CLEAR and I was too chicken to try it

 

Don't think these work as the code looks like it falls out of the IF statement, report back if you find something:

**583 - LTEMODE

**7838 - STEALTHMODE

**673 - MRD

##737425# - SERIALSET

##2627# - com.android.samsung.rmt_exercise

##8378# - TEST

##372# - DSA

*#22745927 - HIDDENMENUENABLE

 

Still doing some digging around in some of the inner workings of this phone.

I will try these on the GS3 when it gets here Monday (I hope).

Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2

 

 

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##4772579# - haven't tried this one but labelled as GPSCLRX

After inputting your MSL, comes up with a dialogue saying that "GPS will be reset". Doing it seemed to have no effect on GPS performance.
##786# - same from previous Sprint phones for resetting your phone
Can reset your phone. If you hit "view" (doesn't require your MSL) you can see some info about your phone's lifetime stats. Labeled as "Reverse Logistics Support" on other devices.
##72786# - SCRTN - think this one wipes all data and programming information
This wipes programming information and makes the phone go through Hands Free Activation again, while leaving User Data intact.
##25327# - labelled as CLEAR and I was too chicken to try it
Did nothing.
##372# - DSA
Brings up "DSSOption", with "DSS Server URL" and Proxy IP addresses.
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