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    Dial Codes

    Well iProb8 and I were talking, and he sent me the new DialParser. I went through and pulled out the listed dial codes from it:

    ##523
    **2288379
    **492743
    **6738378
    **8378
    #4357* - Device Information Page
    **87284
    **3863
    **3228679
    **3282
    **7738
    **3773867
    47*67#13580
    **33284 - Signal/Status Monitor - Enter Code 000000
    **772 - Service Mode - Enter Code 000000

    iProb8 tested these for me (since I don't have the i760 yet), but it looks like the only ones that work, are the ones with information after them.

    So anyway, that's all the dial codes from the dial parser DLL file...
    Last edited by mrailing; 10-05-2007 at 07:09 PM.

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    Here are the associated apps in no particular order.

    \\Windows\\BatteryTest.exe
    \\Windows\\wmplayer.exe \\Windows\\1_1kHz_0dB.mp3
    \\Windows\\VibrateTest.exe Test
    \\Windows\\DeviceInfo.exe Help
    \\Windows\\DataConnection.exe Path
    \\Windows\\DTMF.exe DTMF
    \\Windows\\MIPSetting.exe STIC
    \\Windows\\DPRAM_Dump.exe
    \\Windows\\SMA.exe
    \\Windows\\FormatMemory.exe RCDF
    \\Windows\\DebugMode.exe

    I don't have the phone yet either, mrailing sent me the dll.

    ,Dave

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    Ya know what...

    I really love you guys! You don't even have the phone yet and you're already at it. Its really too bad neither of you were among the lucky few to get it early. Some what off topic, did you get enough donations to purchase the phone when it does be come available?

    Have a good night guys!
    -Spencer

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    I am bumping this for people to find the dial codes, namely the:

    #4357*

    This is the code to bring up the phone information...

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    Correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't a secondary function of dialparser setting the data connection dormant if you tried to make or receive a call while the data connection was active?

    Is this an issue on the i760 as it was on the i730?

    Dialparser was always #2 or #3 install after a hard reset on my i730, I can't seem to find any mention of this being an issue and can't believe no one else has asked yet.

    *EDIT* As I read my post I remember that the EVDO upgrade helped with the inbound calls while active data connections were taking place. but I also know from recent hard resets that not installing dialpasrer lead to "Operation failed" messages
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeDaGeek View Post
    Correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't a secondary function of dialparser setting the data connection dormant if you tried to make or receive a call while the data connection was active?

    Is this an issue on the i760 as it was on the i730?

    Dialparser was always #2 or #3 install after a hard reset on my i730, I can't seem to find any mention of this being an issue and can't believe no one else has asked yet.

    *EDIT* As I read my post I remember that the EVDO upgrade helped with the inbound calls while active data connections were taking place. but I also know from recent hard resets that not installing dialpasrer lead to "Operation failed" messages
    Correct on your edit. Remember the DialParser essentially does as it's name says, it take what you type looks at it and parses it on. So if you type one of the previous codes, it either calls a program to run, or sends the call to start a dial. So with SD's dialparser (which was a re-write of the dialparser on the phone), although he can explain in far greater detail, it had some of the dial codes still in it, but when you dialed your device, it would deactivate the EVDO/1x connection and then allow the call to go through, because without it you would get the "Operation Failed" messages because the phone was trying to dial data at the same time as phone, so it would fail, and your data would continue to connect.

    I have yet to see any issues with dialing on this phone....

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    Anyone have further info on what the numbers above correlate to?

    I'd experiment, but with one of them being FormatMemory.. seems dangerous.

    Do any of the codes put the phone in a mode where the USB port is connected more directly to the modem chip? (for PST use)

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    I've tried all of these, none of them besides the ones listed work...

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    I have run into a few call failures ... enough to be annoying but not enough to cry about ... anyone else?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeDaGeek View Post
    I have run into a few call failures ... enough to be annoying but not enough to cry about ... anyone else?
    ................................................................. What?

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    All of the dial codes work, you need to NV rebuild first.

    ##523 - Testmode (See: Commands)
    **2288379 - Phone accepts code, but nothing happens.
    **492743 - Hybrid, EVDO only, or 1X only options
    **6738378 - 1Khz mp3 test
    **8378 - Chick pleaser on or off. (Vibrator on or off)
    #4357* - Device Information Page
    **87284 - Data Connection much like what you see in the settings window, BUT this one lets you route the UART (Serial connection) to PDA or Phone (could be useful for hacking)
    **3863 - DTMF Test
    **3228679 - Another system information screen. Life Timer, Data counters, etc.
    **3282 - Mobile IP Setting, although you can only view (useless)
    **7738 - Mobile CAI Revision (Prev)
    **3773867 - Again, accepts code, but nothing obvious happens.
    47*67#13580 - Does nothing (this is the old testmode code for the i730, replaced with ##523)
    **33284 - Signal/Status Monitor - Enter Code 000000
    **772 - Service Mode - Enter Code 000000

    It would have made more sense for me to have documented these exactly BEFORE doing a Factory reset using one of the codes, I'll repeat the NVrebuild again and I'll be able to access them....I hope.

    Updated.
    Last edited by RavenII; 05-02-2008 at 10:37 AM.

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    List completed, if you want to update the first post. I would give details on how to get access to all of these, but I don't want anyone to destroy their phones. I would like someone of Superdave's stature to PM me to see if posting the method is safe for the everyday person to do.

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    Hello all,
    Am I retarded?? I use MAC filtering on my networks and other networks require the address to connect to WiFi. I surfed over and found these dial code lists, but the only ones that really work on my phone are:
    **33284 - Signal/Status Monitor - Enter Code 000000
    **772 - Service Mode - Enter Code 000000
    Am I doing something wrong? Is there a different way to find the MAC addresses?

    My phone is pretty new (last week)
    S/W version:
    PDA: S:i760.07 V.BC04.17233
    Phone: S:i760.07 V.BC04
    Eboot: 01.00

    H/W Version
    H:i760.07 V.Q

    if that helps...

    thanks,
    seeker

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    I just tried **492743 but it did not connect on it's own like **772 did, and when I pressed the action button it dialed but returned a "your feature update could not be completed." Can someone guide this newb through the process? I can't receive EVDO on my i760 and was hoping that this command might provide the answer to this issue. Thanks.

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    Ok I just bought a samsun I760 and the code #4357* does't work what should I do and I want to flash the phone to cricket any suggestions??
    I'd really appreciate it. Its for my GF....

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    marcoderm - the only way i could get my MAC address was to use the remove router filtering, connect the phone to the net, read the router log method. the dial codes don't seem to be working for the newer phones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RavenII View Post
    All of the dial codes work, you need to NV rebuild first.

    ##523 - Testmode (See: Commands)
    **2288379 - Phone accepts code, but nothing happens.
    **492743 - Hybrid, EVDO only, or 1X only options
    **6738378 - 1Khz mp3 test
    **8378 - Chick pleaser on or off. (Vibrator on or off)
    #4357* - Device Information Page
    **87284 - Data Connection much like what you see in the settings window, BUT this one lets you route the UART (Serial connection) to PDA or Phone (could be useful for hacking)
    **3863 - DTMF Test
    **3228679 - Another system information screen. Life Timer, Data counters, etc.
    **3282 - Mobile IP Setting, although you can only view (useless)
    **7738 - Mobile CAI Revision (Prev)
    **3773867 - Again, accepts code, but nothing obvious happens.
    47*67#13580 - Does nothing (this is the old testmode code for the i730, replaced with ##523)
    **33284 - Signal/Status Monitor - Enter Code 000000
    **772 - Service Mode - Enter Code 000000

    It would have made more sense for me to have documented these exactly BEFORE doing a Factory reset using one of the codes, I'll repeat the NVrebuild again and I'll be able to access them....I hope.

    Updated.
    Hello all,
    I appreciate all the work you guys have done with the samsung i760. I am new to this phone and don't know how to do anything with it yet. How do you do the NV rebuild so that I can use these codes?

    Thanks,

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