Enable “Field Test”
Menu “Network Monitor”
user up/dn arrows to move between screens
hold “*” to see labels for displayed values, “*” again to return.
*#66767# (mo-sms on/off)
*#75681# (this will re-start your phone, restart slot cycle) -I don’t know what it means.
*#7370# (restore factory settings) (PLEASE! DONT USE IT)
*#639# (Service programming code) -I don’t know what’s password is
##786# – takes you to this diagnostic menu
go to options and then service screen and turn it on. On start up it should be menu screen 11.
*#DATA# – Let’s you set up your MiniBrowser on the 3585/86 if you have the right flash in it.
the DEFAULT lock code/Security Code is 12345.
Hold the ZERO down for 3 seconds and you can get to the minibrowser.
The LIFETIMER is the phone’s odemeter…shows how many minutes the phone has been used.
Type *3001#12345#, go to NAM1 and then arrow down to Alpha Tag…
IF the phone does to ROAMING, then it will show ROAMING instead of her name.
*#7370# is the “code of death”
It gets rid of side allocations AND the PRL and renders your phone inoperable.
I sent mine into Nokia and they fixed it. But they forgot to change the SPC so it came back unlocked .
– NetMonitor is the GSM equivalent of FieldTest. If you don’t do R&D testing on phones, there ain’t much value there. Unless you’re like the guy on geckobeach that rides around looking for new cell sites….
– the gps module is for compliance with the E911 mandate in the US. It doesn’t do anything until the network tells your phone to report its location data when you call 911. The phone doesn’t know where it is…. it just makes measurements and reports the result to the network.