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  1. #61  
    ##debug# (##33284#) has good info.
  2. #62  
    Thanks, but didnt work on my phone :'( its pants, everything works just cant call
  3. #63  
    When I'm in Italy with the carrier WIND I use *123# to check money left on the account... sometimes do not work and gives me the message failure... I resolved in this way: simply I turn airplane mode on and then off... after doing this the USSD code works correctly..
  4. #64  
    will have to try that, see if that does the trick..
  5. #65  
    Nope didn't work :/
  6. #66  
    On my German Pre I get the USSD request successful, but nothing happens. I try the code #5580# which in my network (Mobistar, Belgium) is the 'budget check'. I tried many variations beginning with *# or #* or ## or ** but no result (each time starting fresh - airplane mode on and off).

    Any clues?

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    Does anyone have updated code for the Verizon Palm Pre Plus running WebOS 1.4? (Or maybe they're the same?) Thanks!
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    I was wonderin if there is a list or if anyone can tell me some codes for the phone app for ex ##786#. I found some cool stuff there and wanted to kno of other codes for fun..
  9. #69  
    Do a search for it, I know I have seen the codes on the forums.
  10. #71  
    msl doesnt work
    Conne>< Coding

    *In Rod we trust.*

    Yes, my user name says kid. Also, yes I'm 21. It's a long story.

    Devices: Touchpad, 32 GB
    Retired my pre for an Epic 4G Touch, Miss it dearly howerver.

  11. #72  
    Is there anywhere that there is a listing of all # # _ _ _ _ # codes for the Pre and what they do?
    My device history:

    - Jim J.

    (On Sprint for many years)
  12. #73  
    search for hash codes in forums & you will find them!
  13. #74  
    Thanks for the info, never knew that's what they were called.
    My device history:

    - Jim J.

    (On Sprint for many years)
  14. #75  
    An old post, but I think it is still valid:
  15. #76  
    thank you
  16. #77  
    Quote Originally Posted by Dick99999 View Post
    1.4 introduces the following hash codes also called pound codes:
    '477': DialAction.GPS,
    '66623': DialAction.LAUNCHEXTERNAL, // MONAD (backup to cellebrite devices)
    '2833766': DialAction.AUDEQON, // for headset an audio equalizer
    '28337633': DialAction.AUDEQOFF

    These should work on GSm and on CDMA models, I could only check it on GSM. Note that the GPS code is now officially supported on GSM models.
    how do you use headset equalizer?
  17. #78  
    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbode View Post
    USSD codes yes. What is USSD? Unstructured Supplementary Service Data. Sprint hash codes begin with ##, GSM begins with *#. Still can't get any to work apart from *#06# (EMEI number).
    And at least on the AT&T Pre the "IMEI" is listed in Device Info.
  18. #79  
    Quote Originally Posted by superdavex View Post
    ##USBPASS# USB Passthrough Control
    ##OMADM# Open Mobile Alliance Device Management provisioning
    I still dont understand what these hash codes do. I have read the entire thread and don't understand why USBPASS is there and OMADM.

    It's a bump, could someone help me understand.

  19. #80  
    Hola: para el pre3, los códigos se escriben de la siguiente forma: #*numero# esto me dio resultado para solo algunos códigos.(gps, run) otros me dan como mensaje Servicios USSD UNKNOWN APPLICATION y a otros no los probé.
    Encontré el código para borrar la bitácora, sirve tanto en touchpad, como en pre3 (##5647# y #*5647# en pre3). Pueden ver su uso aquí:
    Last edited by pjfercue; 05/09/2014 at 08:38 PM.
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