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Posted by axxxr
Having problems figuring out how to do stuff on your phone? well this may help!

Getting your IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) Number: *#06#
Access Software version: > * < < * < *
Reach last dialed numbers: 0 then #
The Sony Ericsson Secret Menu screen: -> * <- <- * <- *
Change to Default Language (English): < 0 0 0 0 >
Info about SIMLOCK: < * * <
Opening phone without a SIM card: **04*0000*0000*0000# followed by on ‘Wrong Pin’ number




Posted by xkiran

On 2007-06-18 15:43:25, axxxr wrote:
Having problems figuring out how to do stuff on your phone? well this may help!

Getting your IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) Number: *#06#
Access Software version: > * < < * < *
Reach last dialed numbers: 0 then #
The Sony Ericsson Secret Menu screen: -> * <- <- * <- *
Change to Default Language (English): < 0 0 0 0 >
Info about SIMLOCK: < * * <
Opening phone without a SIM card: **04*0000*0000*0000# followed by on ‘Wrong Pin’ number





How can one dial > * < < * < * OR -> * <- <- * <- * ???


Posted by jcwhite_uk
< and > represent a direction on the joystick/joypad

Posted by tranced
these are known codes for me but this one: Opening phone without a SIM card: **04*0000*0000*0000# followed by on ‘Wrong Pin’ number

Posted by xkiran

On 2007-06-18 16:34:05, jcwhite_uk wrote:
< and > represent a direction on the joystick/joypad



I tried this, but it dosen't work.

Posted by jcwhite_uk
<0000> on my W880i resets the theme back to the original walkman theme as well as resetting the language

Posted by tranced

On 2007-06-18 16:30:03, xkiran wrote:
How can one dial > * < < * < * OR -> * <- <- * <- * ???
both are the same code. you should press right * left left * left * and it will bring the service menu

Posted by xkiran
Ah... It works.. Thanks!!

Posted by tranced
in service menu you can check your firmware version, camdriver, etc.

Posted by Miser
sorry guys... maybe Im a dumbass. But i dont understand the
**04*0000*0000*0000# "FOLLOWED BY A WRONG PIN"

After the # key, it says: Wrong PIN 1 attempt left. Naturally, I dont want to screw it up. help?

thx

Posted by aatuif
@miser, ask for puk code from your operator, just in case you need it...
here 0000 is entered because it is the default pin code in most sims, enquire about the correct pin code from your operator...
if you can't find it, then better not to try the trick, else your sim case will be screwed for good...

Posted by RoKeC

On 2007-06-18 16:39:49, jcwhite_uk wrote:
<0000> on my W880i resets the theme back to the original walkman theme as well as resetting the language



on my W850i too, resets the theme back to the original and the language changes to English.

Posted by OperateOnMe

~Thank you~



Posted by Blackslash
[quote]

Opening phone without a SIM card: **04*0000*0000*0000# followed by on ‘Wrong Pin’ number


guys did u people try this code?

Posted by tranced
not yet. im about to try it now

updated
nothing worked

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[ This Message was edited by: tranced on 2007-06-22 16:45 ]

Posted by gaming_guy
i couldn't get the no sim code to work on a k700i

Posted by tranced
imo, i think it works with the old and

Posted by Supa_Fly

On 2007-06-22 18:20:24, tranced wrote:
imo, i think it works with the old and



Agreed. I cannot say about OLD phones but on old :e: phones it does like the T18z/T39m.

Anyone have a code that can show the TRUE lifetime of a phone even if its been flashed.?!

Posted by ahmed5
@aatuifcould u please explain exactly how the no sim code works, cos i think it only resets ur pin

This message was posted from a W700i

Posted by tranced

On 2007-06-24 09:41:36, ahmed5 wrote:
@aatuif
could u please explain exactly how the no sim code works, cos i think it only resets ur pin





This message was posted from a W700i
naaahhh, i dont think so. i've tried this code and my pin has not changed at all.

Posted by ahmed5
@trancedbut does it actually work? cos it really does nothing for me but confirm that my pin is correct.

This message was posted from a W700i

Posted by tranced
look what i said

On 2007-06-22 18:20:24, tranced wrote:
imo, i think it works with the old and

and not, it hasnt worked for me

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[ This Message was edited by: tranced on 2007-06-25 13:09 ]

Posted by aatuif
Quote:

On 2007-06-24 09:41:36, ahmed5 wrote:
@aatuif
could u please explain exactly how the no sim code works, cos i think it only resets ur pin


it doesn't reset it...

Posted by ahmed5
@tranced, so this basically means it wont work on my w700?If anyone's made it work they should please let us know how and the way it works exactly.

This message was posted from a W700i

Posted by Xen0nflash
I can't acces the service menu. When I press right the sms menu pops up

Posted by tk338
put a * before it, so the code looks like this:
* > * < < * < *


Posted by Xen0nflash
Never mind it works now

Posted by aatuif
So there are 2 codes actually to enter the service menu...
both work...

Posted by tranced

On 2007-06-25 18:43:00, aatuif wrote:
So there are 2 codes actually to enter the service menu...
both work...


nop, there is just one

Posted by aatuif
@trancy, the one posted above seems diff from that on the first page... IMO...

Posted by $herry
Oopsie I entered the "start phone without sim"command while the phone was on with the sim inserted,in standby mode...it said new pin saved..so my pin code has been changed? wat is it now? Help!

Posted by tranced
@atuiff: they are typed different but mean the same.

@$herry: how come you did that with the phone on? dont turn off your phone till you find out what your new code is. you could try a master reset. it would reset your code to 0000.

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[ This Message was edited by: tranced on 2007-06-26 13:36 ]

Posted by Mizzle
I just tried the same thing on W880, but it said wrong PIN code. Not that it had saved any new code.

Posted by $herry
@tranced: The phone was on standby,W550i,i just entered the command and it said pin code changed...wtf do i do now?


Posted by paul101
if there is no affect i should not wory about it

Posted by $herry
there was an effect bro...it said PIN code changed...im not turning it off now...i dunno what the new pin code is

Posted by tranced
what it the pin reseted to 0000?

Posted by $herry

On 2007-06-18 15:43:25, axxxr wrote:
Having problems figuring out how to do stuff on your phone? well this may help!

Getting your IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) Number: *#06#
Access Software version: > * < < * < *
Reach last dialed numbers: 0 then #
The Sony Ericsson Secret Menu screen: -> * <- <- * <- *
Change to Default Language (English): < 0 0 0 0 >
Info about SIMLOCK: < * * <
Opening phone without a SIM card: **04*0000*0000*0000# followed by on ‘Wrong Pin’ number




I entered the last command..i.e **04*0000*0000*0000# as it is in standby mode...something tells me even if the pin code was changed,it will remain 0000 cuz this number sequence occurs thrice in the above code...what do u say?

Posted by ahmed5
@$herry, no need to worry cos your code hasnt changed.This is exactly what I've been saying, this code doesnt do jack. I think at its best it's only a short way to change your pin code. Notice how there're 3 sets of 4 digits? Its just short for; old pin, new pin, confirm new pin. Got it now!!!

This message was posted from a W700i

Posted by tranced
keen eyes

Posted by $herry

On 2007-06-27 14:00:51, tranced wrote:
keen eyes




THANX

Posted by lizzellotte
Hey guys, do you know what's the code to send text messages without showing your number? Just like when you hide your ID on phone calls, what's the code to do it with text messages?

Thanks!

Posted by Jacklupino
Thks for the info..

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Posted by Alexandra
What?

This message was posted from a W960i

Posted by Tilasin
I did the secret menu code on my P990 and it worked!!! Thanks!!!

Posted by Residentevil
HE means the service menu

Posted by Bane

On 2007-06-18 15:43:25, axxxr wrote:
Having problems figuring out how to do stuff on your phone? well this may help!

Getting your IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) Number: *#06#
Access Software version: > * < < * < *
Reach last dialed numbers: 0 then #
The Sony Ericsson Secret Menu screen: -> * <- <- * <- *
Change to Default Language (English): < 0 0 0 0 >
Info about SIMLOCK: < * * <
Opening phone without a SIM card: **04*0000*0000*0000# followed by on ‘Wrong Pin’ number



First 3 work just fine... but on 4th: The Sony Ericsson Secret Menu screen: -> * <- <- * <- * how do I type -???
and what does info about SIMLOCK do?

[ This Message was edited by: Bane on 2007-08-07 14:09 ]

Posted by jdthegr8kd
is there any code to see the manufacturing date and time of the handset,
like in nokia?

Posted by tranced
if im not mistaken, it can be seen on newly phones in the service menu.


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