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Secret codes

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Hi,

I had the g300 before this phone and was able to use the menu*#*#4636#*#* to change to wcdma preferred. This option doesnt work on this phone. I havent rooted so maybe thats the problem. Also an R for roaming often comes up on my signal, can i turn this off?

Thanks

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Which network are you using?

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On 3 Ireland, bought the phone from Vodafone.

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Hi,

I had the g300 before this phone and was able to use the menu*#*#4636#*#* to change to wcdma preferred. This option doesnt work on this phone. I havent rooted so maybe thats the problem. Also an R for roaming often comes up on my signal, can i turn this off?

Thanks

4636v2 download from Google play lets you do exactly that plus pritty sure it doesn't require root.

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Downloaded 4636 v2 but it doesnt open?

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Downloaded 4636 v2 but it doesnt open?

You could also try "mobileuncle tools" also from Google play but that requires root I believe.

Maybe there is some way you can activate the secret menu. J

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mobile uncle didnt work either? I wonder does my phone need to be rooted for these codes to work.

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Try this one: *#*#2846579#*#*

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Try this one: *#*#2846579#*#*

Ya that code opens a menu for me. But i dont really know what options im meant to look at to turn on this setting.

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The *#*#2846579#*#* code opens a menu whit 2 options, first one is some test. The other one is very useful one it opens up menu for in depth informations about phone hardware, software & telephoni! It's very useful for developers! For instance it's nice to know that they used Samsungs nand chips for internal storage!

Nice one!

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Still no answers. My signal bar has an R for roaming most of the time now. Is there any other setting that should be on to get rid of this. Thanks

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