Dialer codes are special codes that, when entered in the dialer, start a special action (e.g. showing hidden system information, start an debug app). They consist of digits enclosed with `#` and `*` characters. Follow the 'info' link below for more details.

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SAR value in ASUS Zenfone 5

When I type *#07# into the dialer on my Asus Zenfone 5, it is not showing the SAR value. This works on other phones. How can I get the SAR value on an Asus Zenfone 5?
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Insufficient Storage Memory while installing apps

I have a Samsung Galaxy S3 International Edition operating with CyanogenMod-SnapShot-M11 11-20141008 Build. Lately when I was trying to install some Apps like Google Now Launcher or Updating Facebook ...
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Samsung galaxy s3 codes (field test)

Is it possible please someone to update me about codes that could possibly enable Field test features,like band selection. Have someone managed to enable such an option? BR George
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Android Service Menu without dialer

Following this question about how to access the service menu on android, I started wondering how to do such a thing, if there is no dialer app available (android tablet without gsm.) In my case ...
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Entering Samsung Codes on the Galaxy S4 - Verizon

This is likely an embarrassing question, but I may not be the only one struggling. I am trying to figure out a problem with my phone by using these secret dialer codes. I am entering these codes into ...
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Samsung Galaxy S3 doesn't respond to some secret codes

Samsung Galaxy S3 I9300 doesn't respond to all secret codes in here . Specially it can restart with non of the codes in the list. Do I have a fake Galaxy S3 ?
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USSD Code running…can not check my mobile balance

I am using sky mobile model IM-A740S imported from south korea. When I am checking my robi balance using *222# it comes "USSD Code running..." and then "Sorry, your operation failed, please dial call ...
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Typing dialer secret codes in devices other than phones

Dialer secret codes are fun and useful and all the rage, but how can I use them in my tablet, or my TV dongle, or any onther non-phone android device?
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Is there a dialer code or other method such as Uart to enable usb debug mode on the Samsung GT-i5503?

I broke the screen on my Samsung GT-i5503 and now I am having trouble enabling USB debug mode. I tried to set USB debug by entering *#7284# but setting debug mode through this does not enable usb ...
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Usage statistics in Android

Is there any intent or method to get the values which show in the usage statistics? We can get that manually by dialing *#*#4636#*#*.
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Diagnostic Codes Disabled In Dialer?

I have a Huawei Ascend Y300 running on Jelly Bean and I can't get any diagnostic code to work on the dialer... The only thing that works is the code for displaying the IMEI: *#06# Every time I enter ...
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*#7284# not launching phoneutil

My tablet is not getting connected through USB. It's showing me the error" "USB device not recognised" On one forum I read to dial *#7284# and it will launch Phoneutil. But in my case it's not ...
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Is there any way to determine the UMTS RRC state my device is in

I want to determine the RRC state of my device which is HTC Explorer. By RRC, I mean states like FACH,DCH IDLE etc.. I have already tried the following secret codes: *#*#197328640#*#* *#*#7378423#*#* ...
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How can I see the RRC state and signal level of an HTC Explorer?

Is there any alternative to the Android secret code *#*#197328640#*#* for the HTC Explorer? I am trying to get the same Service Mode on my HTC Explorer to show the RRC State and signal level of the ...
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Service code to get Xperia model

I'd like to check the manufacturing date of an Xperia Ray. The easy way is by looking at the sticker under the battery, but I'm trying to convey this to a potential seller, and I would prefer ...
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What are Android's secret telephony codes? [duplicate]

What are Android's hidden Secret Codes? There are a bunch of secret codes to access hidden features or perform special actions. They're entered into the dialer and have the following format: ...
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Secret code not working on my phone when it is working on others? [closed]

There is an app that allows you to enter a secret code in the format *#*#(code)#*#*, however it is not working on my phone (Samsung Galaxy SII GT-I9100) running CyanogenMod 10 (Android 4.1.1). I have ...
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How to make Android phone as my wireless dialer, so that i can dial the phone and send / receive SSH, FTP etc?

How can i make the Android mobile phone number +3900000 as incoming dialing number from computer running Linux (ArchLinux, Fedora, CentOS, Ubuntu) using modem. Once the connection is made. How is it ...
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Why I am unable to check balance on BSNL Mobile in Android Phone?

I have just ported my Tata Docomo number into BSNL Mobile and it is working good. But I am not able to check my balance and recharge top up coupons because USSD code that we run, like *123#, are not ...
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How to view the android service menu (secret menu)?

Most of the mobile manufacturers include a hidden service menu in their mobile handsets. These menus allow users (or developers) to access some technical information and service personnel to access ...
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HTC Desire S - Number Unknown Is Shown?

My question is similar to this one, however what would be appropriate solution for HTC Desire S device because it does not allow you to change your phone number on SIM card like Samsung Galaxy does? ...
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How to find how many hours an Android phone has been used?

I want to know if there is a method that can tell me how many hours an Android phone has been used. Just like we have cheat codes that we used for Nokia phones; they tell us the hours (regardless of ...
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My phone has automatically called *44* twice now, does anybody know what this means?

I heard my phone calling *44* while it was in my pocket. Does anybody know what this code means, or do you know what process is calling this number? I have a Samsung Galaxy S running Froyo 2.2.1 and ...
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What does the *#*#4636#*#* dialer code do? [duplicate]

Has anyone tried the *#*#4636#*#* or *#*#7780#*#* dialer codes on HTC phones? They're not working for me. Secondly, what does it show, means what kind of information? Is it safe to run on brand new ...
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How can I save keypad command numbers like `*#*#4636#*#*` to my contact list?

I learned from a previous question of mine that Android has got several system numbers, or "keypad commands," which produce all kinds of information or invoke a system mode. As example: one of them ...
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Is there an official dialer code resource?

There are a ton of XDA forums and a decent number of answers here that refer to specific dialer codes. For instance *#*#4636#*#* will cause unicorns to spring forth from your phone or tell you what OS ...
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What special phone numbers can be used to display (hidden) info on Android phones? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Do you know other Android keypad commands ? In another post someone mentioned the special phone number #*#4636#*# to list CPU specific information. I would like to ask ...
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Do you know other Android keypad commands (dialer codes)?

There a lots of differents keypad commands in Android. Which one do you know ? Some of them are listed here : *#*#checkin#*#* Phones home to check for updates. *#*#info#*#* - Enters a detailed ...
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Do keypad commands come from Android or the manufacturer?

I'm curious if keypad commands like those listed below come from the Android OS or if they're added by manufacturers. On my N1, I know of these two commands: *#*#checkin#*#* - Phones home to check ...