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Galaxy S3 hidden service menu

Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy S3' started by stolen678, Dec 22, 2012.

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    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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    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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    Just call me candy man!!!


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

    (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 :biggrin:)


    *#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! :biggrin:


    REST FOR YOUR PLEASURE!
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    *#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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