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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by air1keh, Dec 28, 2012.

  1. air1keh

    air1keh Member
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    I have attempted to enter the service mode via the dialer. Instead of actually entering the mode when I put a code in - *#0011# for example - it makes a call. I then get an invalid number message from Verizon.

    I think I'm doing it right but if someone could describe the process I would appreciate it. Maybe the ability to do this went away with the update?

    Any help is appreciated. Thanks
     

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  2. Mikestony

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  3. Shotgun84

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    I've noticed that the majority of the codes worked on ics but they don't on jb. I don't know if they've been completely disabled or the numbers have just changed.
     
  4. lennydude

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    I have a AT&T version and it has the JB update.

    This Service Code number still works on my phone.............try this

    [FONT=&quot]*#197328640#[/FONT]
     
  5. air1keh

    air1keh Member
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    Thanks for the suggestion. I appreciate it. I input *#197328640#. It placed a call directly to Verizon without going into the service mode.

    Apparently, Verizon has disabled that function with the newest update. I guess they want to protect me from my own phone. So glad that big brother is out there.
     
  6. hackerweeg

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    Don't know if this is late but will help future person trying this...anyways it should be *#*#197328640#*#* ......that works for me everytime
     
  7. rayhipkiss

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    The code posted by lennydude works on my S3 international but the one posted by hackerweeg does not.
     

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