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      Some secret codes and hacks for your Nokia !
      Most codes work on all Nokia

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      Enhanced Full Rate Codec (EFR):

      On: Enter *3370# and EFR will be activated after a reboot of the phone (consumes more power )

      Off: Enter #3370# and EFR will be switched off after a reboot of the phone.

      Half Rate Codec:

      On: Enter *4720# and Half Rate coded will be activated after a reboot of the phone ( better standby time )

      Off: Enter #4720# and Half Rate coded will be de-activated after a reboot of the phone.

      Enhanced Full Rate will give you much better sound quality when you enable
      it. the new Enhanced Full Rate CODEC adopted by GSM uses the ASELP
      (AlgebraicCode Excitation Linear Prediction) compression technology.
      This technology allows for much great voice quality in the same number of
      bits as the older Full Rate CODEC. The older technology was called LPC-RPE
      (Linear Prediction Coding with Regular Pulse Excitation). Both operate at 13
      kilobits.(but you take up more space on the network, so they can charge you
      more) - Talk-time is reduced with about 5% Half Rate will give you bad
      soundquality, which gives the serviceprovider the opportunity to have
      more calls on the network, and you might get a lower charge from them. -
      Will give you 30% longer talk-time.

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      Network Monitor (61xx)

      This is a hidden menu in your Nokia. If you want to active it you'll have
      to reprogram some chips inside of your phone. For example the Nokia 6110 Network Monitor:

      1. Check your Software version. You can continue ONLY if you have 4.33, 4.73 or 5.24!

      2. Take apart the phone.

      3. Desolder the EEProm (ATMEL AT 24C64).

      4. Read out the data with an EEProm progammer and save it to a file (backup).

      5. If you have v4.33 or 4.73 then change adress 03B8 from 00 to FF.

      6. If you have v5-24 then change 0378 from 00 to FF.

      7. Write the new data to the EEProm and solder it back into the mobile.

      8. Power on your phone and you should have menu number 10.

      The Network Monitor gives you the following informations:

      Carrier number

      MS RX level in dBM

      Received signal quality

      MS TX power level

      C1 (path loss criterion, used for cell selection and reselection). The range is -99 to 99

      RLT (Radio Link timeout)

      Timeslot

      Indication of the transmitter status

      Information on the network parameters

      TMSI (temporary Mobile Subscriber Identity)

      Cell Identification (CELL ID, number of the cell being used)

      MCC (Mobile Country Code)

      MNC (Mobile Network Code)

      LAC (location Area Code)

      Ciphering (on/off)

      Hopping (on/off)

      DTX (on/off)

      Discarding cell barred information

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      Clock stopping :

      (*#746025625#)

      Shows whether or not your sim card supports clock stopping. Not all versions of the software will report this.

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      Show IMEI code (all phones):

      * # 06 #

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      Software Version :

      This code shows you software version, date of manufacture and hardware model number of your phone.

      * # 3110 #

      Show warranty information

      To get additional information from your phone you can use the so called

      "warranty codes", try typing:

      *#92702689# (= *#war0anty#).

      You will be asked a 'warranty code:'

      type:

      6232 (OK) :
      To display the Month and Year of Manufacture.

      7332 (OK) :
      To display the date of the last repairment.

      7832 (OK) :
      To display (if previously set)
      the date where the phone was purchased.

      9268 (OK) :
      To display the Serial Number.

      37832 (OK) :
      To set the Purchasing Date MMYY
      (Warning: You can only do this once)

      87267 (OK) :
      To Confirm Transfer

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      To restore factory settings :

      (This does not include memory, language and counters) type:

      *#7780#

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      SPLock Mode :

      If you want to ask your phone about SPlock, you can use the following:

      # pw + 1234567890 + [y] #

      If you put your hands on your 10 digits SPlock code yet, then you can modify the status of the above results, typeing:

      # pw + [mastercode] + [y] #

      where:

      [y] is 1 up to 4, and

      any ten digits number seems working instead of "1234567890"

      Unlock SP lock

      Here is a way to Unlock your phone which is Service Provider locked,

      without to know SPLock code !!!!

      Give it a try:

      First of all, PIN CODE MUST BE ON, then press: C



      C and hold until it clears display

      * and hold until start to blink

      * and hold until start to blink

      04***your pin>#

      Each time you turn your phone OFF it resets the lock,

      so this need to be done each time you'll turn your phone ON

      Anyway it's better than nothing, isn't it?

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      Show Service Menu :

      To get additional information from your phone you can use the

      so called "warranty code", try typing: *#92702689#

      Now you are in service menu where you'll find:

      1 IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identification)

      2 Made MM/YY (date of production of the phone mm/yy)

      3 Purchasing Date (here you can enter the date of purchase.

      If you enter an incorrect date, you cannot correct it later !

      4 Repaired (date of repair, if there was one)

      5 Transfer user data?

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      Profiles Menu :

      If you press the "Power on"

      button for a short moment, the menu with the profiles is shown on the display.

      If you press one more time,

      the mobile turns itself off.

      You can use the up and down cursor keys to scroll and enable a different alert setting.

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      Pin Out 51xx :

      1 - VIN CHARGER INPUT VOLTAGE 8.4V 0.8A

      2 - CHRG CTRL CHARGER CONTROL PWM 32Khz

      3 - XMIC MIC INPUT 60mV - 1V

      4 - SGND SIGNAL GROUND

      5 - XEAR EAR OUTPUT 80mV - 1V

      6 - MBUS 9600 B/S

      7 - FBUS_RX 9.6 - 230.4 KB/S

      8 - FBUS_TX 9.6 - 230.4 KB/S

      9 - L_GND CHARGER / LOGIC GND

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      Pin-Out 8110 :

      Desktop Charger----------------------|

      | |

      | |

      CHARGER--| + TOP OF PHONE -

      V V 1 2 3 4 5 6 V

      (o) | | [= = = = = =] | |

      7 8 9 10 11 12

      1 - Charger/System Ground

      2 - Accessory Output Supply. (3.4V...10V - 50mA)

      3 - External Microphone Input and Accessory Identification

      *1,7...2,05 V Headset Adapter Connected

      *1,15...1,4 V Compact Handsfree Unit Connected

      *2.22...2.56 V Infra Red Link Conneceted

      4 - External RF Control Input

      *0...0.5V External RF in use

      *2.4...3.2V Internal Antenna in use

      5 - FBUS Transmit

      6 - Serial Control Bus

      *Logic Low Level: 0....0.5V

      *Logic High Level:2.4V....3.2V

      7 - Not Connected

      8 - Signal Ground

      9 - External Speaker and Mute Control

      Mute ON (HF SPEAKER MUTE ):0...0,5 V d.c.

      Mute OFF (HF SPEAKER ACTIVE :( 1,0...1,7 V d.c.

      10 - Hook Signal

      *Hook Off (Handset in Use): 0....0.5V

      *Hook On (Handset in Use): 2.4V....3.2V

      11 - FBUS Receive

      12 - Charging Supply Voltage (Max 16V)

      NOKIA 9000 :

      Software Version

      This code shows you software version of your Communicator:

      *#682371158412125#

      Date of Manufacture

      This code shows you the manufacturing date of your Communicator:

      *#3283# (or *#DATE#)

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      Crazy 5110 :Send a SMS full of . (dots) the it'll go crazy when you scroll the received message in your 5110.
      doesn't do any permanent damage...it only goes crazy if you scroll the SMS. 'm not sure if it works with all of the software
      version but it works with 4.59. Doesn't work on SW version 4.53 ..

      GSM Codes :

      The following codes are the standard GSM codes for various network services. Most Nokia phones have easier ways to activate
      them through the menus. Check the guides for your model.

      Call Diverting

      All

      To Activate: * * 21 * NUMBER # [SEND]

      To Cancel: # # 21 # [SEND]

      To Check: * # 21 # [SEND]

      No Answer

      To Activate: * * 61 * NUMBER # [SEND]

      To Cancel: # # 61 # [SEND]

      To Check: * # 61 # [SEND]

      Unreachable

      To Activate: * * 62 * NUMBER # [SEND]

      To Cancel: # # 62 # [SEND]

      To Check: * # 62 # [SEND]

      Busy

      To Activate: * * 67 * NUMBER # [SEND]

      To Cancel: # # 67 # [SEND]

      To Check: * # 67 # [SEND]

      To Cancel All Call Forwarding # # 002 # [SEND]

      Diverting Data Calls

      All

      To Activate: * * 21 * NUMBER * 25 # [SEND]

      To Cancel: # # 21 # * 25 [SEND]

      To Check Status: * # 21 # * 25 # [SEND]

      No Answer

      To Activate: * * 61 * NUMBER * 25 # [SEND]

      To Cancel: # # 61 * 25 # [SEND]

      To Check Status: * # 61 # * 25 # [SEND]

      Unreachable

      To Activate: * * 62 * NUMBER * 25 # [SEND]

      To Cancel: # # 62 # * 25 # [SEND]

      To Check Status: * # 62 # * 25 # [SEND]

      Busy

      To Activate: * * 67 * NUMBER * 25 # [SEND]

      To Cancel: # # 67 # * 25 # [SEND]

      To Check Status: * # 67 # * 24 # [SEND]

      Diverting Fax Calls

      All

      To Activate: * * 21 * NUMBER * 13 #[SEND]

      To Cancel: # # 21 # * 13 # [SEND]

      To Check Status: * # 21 # * 13 # [SEND]

      No Answer

      To Activate: * * 61 * NUMBER * 13 # [SEND]

      To Cancel: # # 61 * 13 # [SEND]

      To Check Status: * # 61 # * 13 # [SEND]

      Unreachable

      To Activate: * * 62 * NUMBER * 13 # [SEND]

      To Cancel: # # 62 # * 13 # [SEND]

      To Check Status: * # 62 # * 13 # [SEND]

      Busy

      To Activate: * * 67 * NUMBER * 13 # [SEND]

      To Cancel: # # 67 # * 13 # [SEND]

      To Check Status: * # 67 # * 13 #[SEND]

      Call Barring

      Before you can activate these barring services you will need a barring code from your service provider.
      Call Barring can not be activated if Call Forwarding diverts are already in use.

      All Calls

      To Activate: * 330 * BARRING CODE # [SEND]

      To Cancel: # 330 * BARRING CODE # [SEND]

      To Check: * # 330 # [SEND]

      All Outgoing Calls

      To Activate: * 333 * BARRING CODE # [SEND]

      To Cancel: # 333 * BARRING CODE # [SEND]

      To Check: * # 333 # [SEND]

      All Incoming Calls

      To Activate: * 353 * BARRING CODE # [SEND]

      To Cancel: # 353 * BARRING CODE # [SEND]

      To Check: * # 353 # [SEND]

      All Outgoing Calls

      To Activate: * 33 * BARRING CODE# [SEND]

      To Cancel: # 33 * BARRING CODE # [SEND]

      To Check: * # 33 # [SEND]

      All Outgoing International Calls

      To Activate: * 331 * BARRING CODE# [SEND]

      To Cancel: # 331 * BARRING CODE # [SEND]

      To Check: * # 331 # [SEND]

      All Outgoing International Calls Except To Home Country

      To Activate: * 332 * BARRING CODE# [SEND]

      To Cancel: # 332 * BARRING CODE # [SEND]

      To Check: * # 332 # [SEND]

      All Incoming Calls

      To Activate: * 35 * BARRING CODE # [SEND]

      To Cancel: # 35 * BARRING CODE # [SEND]

      To Check: * # 35 # [SEND]

      All Incoming Calls When Outside Home Country

      To Activate: * 351 * BARRING CODE # [SEND]

      To Cancel: # 351 * BARRING CODE # [SEND]

      To Check: * # 351 # [SEND]

      Canceling All Call Barring # 330 * BARRING CODE # [SEND]

      Call Waiting

      To Activate: * 43 # [SEND]

      To Deactivate: # 43 # [SEND]

      To Check: * # 43 # [SEND]

      Calling Line Identity

      Outgoing

      To Activate: * 31 # [SEND]

      To Deactivate: # 31 # [SEND]

      To Check: * # 31 # [SEND]

      Incoming

      To Activate: * 30 # [SEND]

      To Deactivate: # 30 # [SEND]

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      SMS Secrets :

      Cell Broadcasting

      While Short Message Service (SMS) can be configured as a personal service, Cell Broadcast is a general
      service which is designed for subscribers of a specific cell or topic. For example, a subscriber
      to cell 050 in England will receive information on the GSM tower currently being used by their phone. This new
      concept brings a whole new meaning to the term mobile communications as the phone is now able to receive
      information such as share prices or weather updates without the need of data cards and computers. At
      present the following message types exist (note: this may vary from carrier to carrier and some carriers may charge
      for this service):

      Code Title

      000 Index

      010 Flashes

      020 Hospitals

      022 Doctors

      024 Pharmacy

      030 Long Distant Road Reports

      032 Local Road Reports

      034 Taxis

      040 Weather

      050 District

      052 Network Information

      054 Operator Services

      056 Directory Inquiries (national)

      057 Directory Inquiries (international)

      058 Customer Care (national)

      059 Customer Care (international)

      IMEI Info :

      This will clarify what your IMEI no means

      XXXXXX XX XXXXXX X

      TAC FAC SNR SP

      TAC = Type Approval Code (first 2 digits = country code of the approval-country )

      FAC = Final Assembly Code (01,02 = AEG)

      (10,20 Nokia)

      (40,41,44 Siemens)

      (30 Ericsson)

      (50 Bosch)

      (51 Sony,Siemens,Ericsson)

      (60 Alcatel)

      (65 AEG)

      (70 Sagem)

      (75 Dancall)

      (80 Philips)

      (85 Panasonic)

      SNR = Serial Nr.

      SP = Spare (always "0")

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      May be out of date now !!!!
      Latest software versions:

      Nokia 1610 NHE-5NX 5,23

      Nokia 1611 NHE-5SX 4,05

      Nokia 2010 NHE-3 5,12

      Nokia 2110 NHE-1 4,97m

      Nokia 2110i/2118 NHE-4 5,70

      Nokia 3110 NHE-8 8,50

      Nokia 3210 NSE-8/9 5,01

      Nokia 5110 NSE-1 5,24

      Nokia 6080 NME-2 4,80

      Nokia 6081 NME-2A 5,14

      Nokia 6090 NSM-3 4,10

      Nokia 6110 NSE-3 5,48

      Nokia 6150 NSM-1 5,22

      Nokia 7110 NSE-5 4,76

      Nokia 8110 NHE-6BX 6,21

      Nokia 8110i NHE-6BM 5,20

      Nokia 8210 NSM-3 5,11

      Nokia 8810 NSE-6 5,00

      Nokia 8850 NSM-2 5,11

      Nokia 9110 RAE-2 5,02 / 4,15

      AL MASEER