Number that allows you to get into the programing portion of your phone.....

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    I know this was talked about before, but I can't find that thread. Does anyone have handy the number you call that allows you into the "backside" of the phone so that you can change some "strings" and edit info? I realize this is probably sounding ridiculous, but I don't know what it is called otherwise.... I think it was a 7 digit number or something close to it with the # in front of it. Thanks in advance!!dancedroid
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    I know what you are talking about but I will have to search for the thread, it was in one of the ones talking about the speaker volume. You can also do the *#*#4636#*#* for battery and some phone info.
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    Thanks for posting that, but I don't see any description that sounds like what I was looking for.... It is the number that allows you to change a voice option in the phone, like what band to use or something to try to increase call quality.... dang I wish I could remember what it was!!! Thanks though for posting that!
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    Yeah there is the one I was thinking of.
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    So, has anyone tried this new codec and if so, what differences did you notice or your caller noticed?

    Did you notice any increased battery usage also?
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    I have not noticed any increased battery drainage and can get over one day out of my phone if I use it moderately and do not play a game on it for long.. My callers haven't mentioned much of a difference except they I do sound a little more clear and I personally think they sound better and I don't have my volume all the way up. So maybe the changing the settings did something....