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Diagnosis codes

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If you know any or all of them, PLEASE list DIAGNOSIS CODES for the Omnia 7 here.

I'm especially looking for/trying to remember the one for entering some sort of settings menu, where you can adjust - among other things - the behaviour of the screen backlighting control (dimming, default et.al.).

Thank you sooo much!

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If you know any or all of them, PLEASE list DIAGNOSIS CODES for the Omnia 7 here.

I'm especially looking for/trying to remember the one for entering some sort of settings menu, where you can adjust - among other things - the behaviour of the screen backlighting control (dimming, default et.al.).

Thank you sooo much!

There are codes available, but some network will locked them.

There are 2 levels for each firmware, first is "debug code" allowed and another is not.

Unfortunetely, likely all Omnia7 branded is not allow those codes.

I'll double check then will post the code if most of Omnia7 allow to use those code B)

(btw, you can disable HSDPA / 3G or turn it to GSM preferred with those debug code)

Edit: I can provide "test code", as it working on almost omnia7.

Go to phone, dial ##634# and press call , it will open up another keypad, type *#0*#

This allow you to test LCD, touch screen, vibrator, etc..... pretty good to check second hand phone :-p

Next try on *#7284# too :)

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Just trying some random codes brings up various screens.

*#1111# - "Test Mode"

*#1234# - "Version"

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These are all testing modes. I need configuration modes.

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These are all testing modes. I need configuration modes.

FOR THE FRONT SPEAKER

in diagnosis mode.tape this

*#0002*28346#

clik read

in system gain 7 tape 10 clik get

in class gain 7 tape 10 clik get

in device gain 7 tape 10 clik get

start et stop"

:P

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FOR THE FRONT SPEAKER

in diagnosis mode.tape this

*#0002*28346#

clik read

in system gain 7 tape 10 clik get

in class gain 7 tape 10 clik get

in device gain 7 tape 10 clik get

start et stop"

:P

Thank you!!! This is a life saver!

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Thank you!!! This is a life saver!
That code does'nt work for me !
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If *#0002*28346# don't work try with *#0002*28345#

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If *#0002*28346# don't work try with *#0002*28345#

That does it! (*28346# didn't)

They're the same codes I used with my Omnia i900!

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