Hidden service menu... what is the code?

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  1. captdroid

    captdroid Senior Member

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    I can get into the information menu by using *#*#4636#*#* in the dialer and pressing send.

    But what is the service menu code? Anyone know what it is yet?
     
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    Playing in here I found GSM options...some of them actually work, but GSM only doesn't. Curious to get temporary service with a GSM carrier to see what's what. I now its not supposed to have a GSM radio... but I'm really curious about these options and the fact that a) when I select GSM auto prl, I can still make phone calls, b) when I select GSM only, though I can't make phone calls, I do get 2bars and c) the default is GSM/CDMA auto prl. Since VZW got their mitts on the code... why wouldn't they just either remove the GSM options, or set the default to CDMA auto prl?

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    Lol, wrong thread?

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    Oooooooo, this is super interesting. I am going to keep a close eye on this one. I have some theories if it is determined it's possible.

    Maybe we could flash a GSM radio that works with LTE like how we can flash the EK06 and EK04 radios and have it work with 4.0.2.

    Thank you for such an interesting topic!

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    That's a good idea... I really think we would have known if this thing had a GSM radio... but then again, VZW likes to keep secrets. If I hadn't been traveling all day, I'd start digging. Perhaps tomorrow I'll poke around and either see if I can find anything about the radio specs... or a GSM radio firmware to play with.


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    fascinating. I would LOVE it if we could get GSM working on the Nexus!

    sent from my rooted nexus
     
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    wow, this is cool. Like the first page to a mystery novel!
     
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    It was spam.

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    Sorry... didn't mean to hijack your thread!

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    no problem... really would like to find out the service menu code for the Galaxy Nexus LTE :)
     
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    anyone found this yet??
     
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    it's not the constant 000000 like most phones is it? i haven't tried it with this but my env3 and such used to be all 0
     
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    nope...
     
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