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Old June 28th, 2012, 02:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default HTC EVO 4G LTE Dialer Codes & questions/comments relating to them

In order to start the HTC function test you open up your dialer and enter:
*#*#3424#*#*

This will bring up a menu that has the ability to test each of the following:
audio
bluetooth
charger
G-sensor
LEDs
Line Drawing (screen)
Camera test
Wifi Test
Backlight
Buttons
Flashlight
Headset
Light-sensor
Proximity sensor
Vibrator

(MOD NOTE: see here in the EVO 3D forum: HTC "Test Menu"?)

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Old June 28th, 2012, 03:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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(MOD NOTE: see here in the EVO 3D forum: HTC "Test Menu"?)
(Don't mess around too much in these menus, you could cause yourself problems by tinkering too much. Also some dialer codes are for Vanilla only or are carrier/manufacturer specific)

For more info specifically on the Evo 4G LTE Proximity Sensor test/problems check out this thread:

Android Forums - Proximity sensor not working | Post #3
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##3282# aka ##DATA#

Very handy for things like - Streaming media and the Tyrrany of the Sprint Proxies
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##786# ( reverse logistics)

handy for all your life timers refurbished status and a few other cool things
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##786# ( reverse logistics)

handy for all your life timers refurbished status and a few other cool things
I needed that one for a "true" factory reset to allow my phone to re-activate when I was having data issues..
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I discovered that *#*#737283#*#* (*#*#RESCUE#*#*) was added with Jelly Bean. It allows HTC LogMeIn access via the HTC Rescue application. It is for HTC technical support use only.

*#*#76484#*#* (*#*#SMITH#*#*) was updated with Jelly Bean. There is more access to options and settings. I would not recommend messing around with anything in these menus.
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