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  1.    #1  
    Apologies if this has been asked - I tried to do a search for '##', but the TreoCentral search does not recognise this as a valid search - but what are these codes, how does someone use them, and are they carrier specific - i.e. Sprint - I am a UK user with Orange?
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    The ones I know, which may or may not work on other carriers, are ##33284 (##DEBUG), which shows you a bunch of information about signal strength, towers, etc.; ##786 (##RTN), which shows time and data used as well as other inf; and ##377 (##ERR), which shows you the error that caused the last reset.

    /jgt
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    People seem to refer to them as 'dialled'. Does this mean they are dialled as phone numbers into the phone application - i.e. that are treated as phone calls - or are they entered in some other way?
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    You go to the dial pad, type pound, pound, numbers, etc., then hit dial.
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    doesn't seem to work on GSM phone.

    Anyone have any ideas?
  6. #6  
    Originally posted by confusedvorlon
    doesn't seem to work on GSM phone.
    I know Sprint's codes are fairly consistent across models. You might try searching for the codes for other phones on your carrier, and see if they work.

    /jgt
  7. #7  
    Originally posted by confusedvorlon
    doesn't seem to work on GSM phone.

    Anyone have any ideas?
    On the GSM Treo 600 you need to use #* instead of ##. However the only working code I've found so far is #*377.
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    Originally posted by Mol


    On the GSM Treo 600 you need to use #* instead of ##. However the only working code I've found so far is #*377.
    That code doesn't seem to work on TMO. Felipe posted in another thread that #646# returns the minutes you've used this month. I'd like to see some other TMO codes!
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