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    I am trying to compile a list of all of the #* codes (yes, I know it is different for non GSM people)

    #*786 <Dial> - gives you the Life timer and Software Rev

    #*377 <Dial> - gives you the cause of the last reset

    Is there anything else?
    Factory unlocked/unbranded GSM 650 - Tmobile; FW: 1.71; SW: 1.20-ENA; Carrier DB: 255; HW: A

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    Try here
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    Hmmmm I am using a Verizon Treo 650 and when I dial #*786 then DIAL it gives me that it is a bad number. What am I doing wrong ? Thanks for any info. God Bless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdeluna
    Hmmmm I am using a Verizon Treo 650 and when I dial #*786 then DIAL it gives me that it is a bad number. What am I doing wrong ? Thanks for any info. God Bless.
    GSM phones use #*. Verizon is CDMA, so you have to use ##.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadlyAlive
    GSM phones use #*. Verizon is CDMA, so you have to use ##.

    Thanks I just tried it and it with ##786 DIAL and it still gives me the number is not in service. What am I doing wrong ??? Thanks again . God Bless.
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    ##786#

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdeluna
    Thanks I just tried it and it with ##786 DIAL and it still gives me the number is not in service. What am I doing wrong ??? Thanks again . God Bless.
    Verizon uses #*# as their prefix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Insertion
    Verizon uses #*# as their prefix.


    Excellent !!!! That was it worked fine. Thanks for the info. God Bless.

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