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Thread: Galaxy S3 hidden service menu

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    Galaxy S3 hidden service menu

    So on the S3, I had the hidden service menu, accessed by going into dialer and typing *#0*# which would automatically access the service menu. ( I also found a picture of a chihuahua when i went through the sensors and image test) but this was all while on ICS. When verizon decided to let me upgrade to jellybean, I can no longer access this menu. This is on a completely stock S3, before I root it and install Backtrack. Model number SCH-I535. Is anyone else having this problem or something similar?
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    Just out of curiosity what exactly would you use the service menu for that you can't do otherwise?
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    I normally test my sensors and screen. Plus its fun to show my friends the chihuahua.
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    I'd really like to know how to do this, too. I recently dropped my phone and had to replace my screen. It's sitting differently on the phone than my previous screen and I think a touch calibration (which could previously be accessed through the service menu) would help out a lot. It's been very frustrating trying to use my phone because it doesn't respond as well as it did before, so I have to slow down and be a lot more deliberate when using the keyboard or just interacting with my phone at all.

    I hope that's enough reason to figure out how to do this, haha.
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    this works for me

    Try *#0011# use the options key to go back to the main service menu
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    Quote Originally Posted by SwaZX View Post
    Try *#0011# use the options key to go back to the main service menu
    Don't think the service menu works anymore. Ever since Verizon updated to 4.1.1 jb the service menu is not accessible through that way.
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    Exclamation Just call me candy man!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by stolen678 View Post
    So on the S3, I had the hidden service menu, accessed by going into dialer and typing *#0*# which would automatically access the service menu. ( I also found a picture of a chihuahua when i went through the sensors and image test) but this was all while on ICS. When verizon decided to let me upgrade to jellybean, I can no longer access this menu. This is on a completely stock S3, before I root it and install Backtrack. Model number SCH-I535. Is anyone else having this problem or something similar?

    HELLO FRIEND---REMEMBER BEFORE YOU READ BELOW
    *REMEMBER8--WITH GREAT POWER/KNOWLEDGE COMES GREAT RESPONSIBILITY!
    *************************

    (in all seriousness---PLEASE DON'T do anything that which you don't know what the outcome will be).
    For the most part, these are "Harmless" *IF*----*IF* you do not actually *FIRM* it.


    *#22745927 <-------- *SUPPOSED TO BE * Universal for *ALL CARRIERS* (it's a Samsung S3 Hack/not Carrier specific Hack).

    ALSO *SOME* (Based on Carrier)--might have you locked out/thus not *ALL CHOICES* will work with *ALL* phones.
    (HOWEVER *MOST* should work).

    Also, if you restart your phone,etc. The "Hidden Menu" will default back to disabled. (Thus need to input again).





    ************************
    First type *#22745927 to get to an 'enable/disable hidden menu' screen. Check enable and you're good to go.
    ---friendly note to help remember (if you are US Citizen)--think of like a SSN#== *#227-45-927# (never forget )


    *#0*#=Services Menu <------This, you should explore first. It's simply a "Test/Diagnostic Menu" (allows no changes).
    *VERY ROBUST* way to test your phone--without fear of harming. (Color Tests, Receiver, Vibration, Diming, Senor, Cam, speaker, etc.etc.).

    TEASER
    ---AFTER YOU GO IN (WILL LOOK LIKE GRAPH/TILE BOARD 3X5---CLICK "SENSOR" (dead center of screen).

    Let's you see "Accelerometer Settings", "Proximity Sensor", "Barometer Sensor", "Light Senor", "Gyroscope Sensor", "Magnetic Sensor"
    (thus most settings are RAPIDLY changing--and you can lift your phone, change position watch it find the "X,Y,Z" access of it. Cool on first look.

    ----*AGAIN*--you'll see places to INPUT info---I WOULD *NOT* do that--as you can deduce this is probably the most important information the phone needs (where it is in "space"/"sea level",etc.etc. So can provide Accurate GPS, Navigation,etc.
    (hit "Back" few times to exit out).

    ***************
    To Input numbers.
    (for screens that need it--click "Menu Button"--a choice you'll see is for "INPUT" (thus allows you to type number)--will pause 1-2 seconds then take to that screen.

    Also I think (need verify)--Of course you see the Phone/GUI Based Choice for "Factory Reset: (Settings/Back up and Reset/Factory data reset).

    *#7780# (Factory Reset)---would be the same (thus keeps Carrier Bloatware on).
    *27673855# (Full Factory Reset) )(would be straight from Factory) before Carrier Changes/loads to their specs.
    (notE does not have a leading #)----careful if you try (might also erase all the NAM/ETC information ties phone to carrier. Again, you have been warned!


    REST FOR YOUR PLEASURE!
    ********************************

    *#1234# (View SW Version PDA, CSC, MODEM)
    #7465625782*# (Insert partial Network Lock Keycode)
    *746562527*# (Insert Network Lock Keycode NSP/CP)
    #746562527*# (Insert Content Provider Keycode)
    *746562577*# (Insert Network Lock Keycode SP)
    #746562577*# (Insert Operator Lock Keycode)
    #7465625638*# (Insert Network Lock Keycode)
    *#2663# (TSP / TSK firmware update)
    *#7780# (Factory Reset)
    *27673855# (Full Factory Reset)
    *#03# (NAND Flash S/N)
    *#12580369# (SW & HW Info)
    *#197328640# (Service Mode)
    *#0*# (General Test Mode)
    *#0228# (ADC Reading)
    *#7465625# (View Phone Lock Status)
    *7465625638*# (Configure Network Lock MCC/MNC)
    *7465625782*# (Configure Network Lock NSP)
    *#32489# (Ciphering Info)
    *#7284# (USB I2C Mode Control)
    *#272imei#* Product code
    *#9090# (Diagnostic Configuration)
    *#232337# (Bluetooth Address)
    *#232331# (Bluetooth Test Mode)
    *#232338# (WLAN MAC Address)
    *#232339# (WLAN Test Mode)
    *#0842# (Vibra Motor Test Mode)
    *#872564# (USB Logging Control)
    *#4238378# (GCF Configuration)
    *#0283# (Audio Loopback Control)
    *#1575# (GPS Control Menu)
    *#3214789650# (LBS Test Mode)
    *#745# (RIL Dump Menu)
    *#746# (Debug Dump Menu)
    *#9900# (System Dump Mode)
    *#44336# (software Version Info)
    *#0289# (Melody Test Mode)
    *#7594# (Remap Shutdown to End Call TSK)
    *#34971539# (Camera Firmware Update)
    *#8736364# (OTA Update Menu)
    *#526# (WLAN Engineering Mode)
    *#528# (WLAN Engineering Mode)
    *#7412365# (Camera Firmware Menu)
    *#0589# (Light Sensor Test Mode)
    *#273283255663282*# (Data Create SD Card)
    *#3282727336*# (Data Usage Status)
    *#301279# (HSDPA/HSUPA Control Menu)
    *#7353# (Quick Test Menu)
    *#2263# (RF Band Selection)
    *27674387264636# (Sellout SMS / PCODE view)
    *#80# (Unknown)
    *#0782# (Real Time Clock Test)
    *#0673# (Audio Test Mode)
    *#07# (Test History)
    *#3214789# (GCF Mode Status)
    *#272886# (Auto Answer Selection)
    *#0588# (Proximity Sensor Test Mode)
    *#2732832553282*# (Data Create Men
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    For anyone who is still reading this and looked at the codes above and thought they would be cool but couldn't get them to work, I have a solution. After the update the hidden menu was disabled. To enable it, simply type in *#22745927 and hit "enable hidden menu"

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