*#767*3855# – @@@@@Factory Format- no warning@@@@@
*#7780# – @@@@@Factory Reset – With Warning@@@@@@
*2767*3855# – @@@@@Factory Format – No Warning@@@@@
Hidden Menu Enabler
So far I have not found the menus enabled by this BUT you can try it yourself. You will need your MSL code before hand. Get your MSL/SPC and pESN here http://www.meidconverter.com/
Or this app if you have your IMEI handy
(you should be using google goggles to read your QR codes)
1. Enter *#22745927
2. Enter the MSL
3. Click to enable hidden menus
So far I've tried many of the well known ones and they dont work like
Audio Tuning *#28346#
Full Bat Popup *#3844228#
HwCodec *#0002*28346# Audio path volume controls
Shutdown *#7594# hold power to shutdown without a popup
On a side note
*#0*# has some of the more useful functions including the ability to test the proximity sensor and the touch screen
**33284 has many diagnostic and settings to be seen/changed including another way to switch between CDMA and LTE mode (the original is better)
**87284 - If you put it into LTE mode for USB then the computer doesnt see it, if you put it into Modem mode you get -
see here as well... http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=934436
Edit: The original instructions found around the web said to enter *#83786633 then hit the home key and go back to enter the second number but it seems to work without this step. Thanks MikesToolz for pointing it out
Heyo everyone, just wanted to say thanks again for all the info. I been really busy lately, but I've always been checking the channel for info. I'm going to check more into this, but lets get these boards going :D.
Found another hidden menu that works. ##data# or ##3282#
Everything requires your lock code except viewing your username. Mine was "email@example.com" which sounds like a placeholder rather than real data
Restore It will say the phone will be restored and ask to restart. I believe its a factory reset option?
Enable HFA I am afraid to touch this. Its for configuring your phone over the air and I've seen some other pones needing a factory reset if it doesnt work.
DSA Server crashes the phone process
MMS provisioning seems to use a different password. I cant get into it
Multimedia crashes the phone process
Browser shows the proxy address that we all know
FOTA stands for Firmware Over The Air so it seems at least possible that Metro could push the update to us. There are entries defined so it seems to be functional?
Access Point Name can be blank but if you press menu you get the options for "new apn" "Reset to default" and "Exit." If you pick New APN you get a list of about 20 items to configure. It will not let you exit without entering a name so I powered down the phone as I didnt want to create one. Sometimes it will show MetroPCS and the odd thing is that some of the settings show VZW in the names! "test user - firstname.lastname@example.org" and password "vzwtest" and "mmsc for test "vzpix.com/servlets/mms"
BTW ##33284## is actually ##debug## :D
Edit: Found a few more that work
*#DATA*727336*# (*#3282*727336*#) Shows the number of calls (sent receive missed) and messages. Some other information
##RTN# or ##786# It shows different information about your phone like firmware version, prl version, total call time etc
##GPSCLRX# ##4772579# Reset the GPS, asks for your lock code. I reset mine not sure what it did
Nice finds ciper! This will be very helpful in the future if we do custom roms ever. Especially the provisioning for mms and gps. Thanks again for all the hard work.
so you are sitting there entering consecutive numbers to find these? I am suitably impresssed. Like Silvist says above....
Long live my Indulge. And yours.
I found some of them by disassembling all of the APK on the phone and looking through the XML files for the secret codes. The AndroidManifest.xml file has is easy to decipher since it is standardized. From there you can see which digits get hooked into from the dialer.
Others were found through many many hours of searching and reading about codes that function on other Samsung phones (non Android as well) and what works on Android phones made by other brands.
I also tried common terms like ##data#
Found a new one. See your firmware versions with *#1234#