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    Nokia CDMA / TDMA: Programming Codes

    Programming for CDMA/TDMA

    *3001#12345#

    TDMA

    NAM
    Security
    Emergency number(s)
    SW version
    Serial No. (ESN)
    Field Test

    CDMA

    NAM
    Change SPC
    Security
    Emergency number
    Service No.
    Server address
    SW version
    Serial No. (ESN)
    Field test
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    Smile Nokia 610 - Activation of Field Test

    Hi. *3001#12345# doesnt yeild any result on my Nokia 6610

    Can you spell out know how to activate Field Test Mode on my 6610 without a data cable?

    If a cable is required - is it available commercially or only available to network providers?

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    Re: Nokia 610 - Activation of Field Test

    Originally posted by Starchy
    Hi. *3001#12345# doesnt yeild any result on my Nokia 6610

    Can you spell out know how to activate Field Test Mode on my 6610 without a data cable?

    If a cable is required - is it available commercially or only available to network providers?
    As it says the code is for CDMA and TDMA handsets.

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    i got into my nokia with this my q is to edit my alpha tag iit asks for a service code.. is there a default or is this service set and there's no way i can get into it unless i can get someone at the store too??

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    Post Re: Nokia 610 - Activation of Field Test

    Originally posted by Starchy
    Hi. *3001#12345# doesnt yeild any result on my Nokia 6610

    Can you spell out know how to activate Field Test Mode on my 6610 without a data cable?

    If a cable is required - is it available commercially or only available to network providers?
    The Nokia 6610 is a GSM phone, these codes are meant only for TDMA phones.

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    Re: Nokia codes

    For CDMA Nokias:

    *#837# lets you check your PRL and software version. Also *#639# will allow you to manually program your phone with the MIN and SID.

    *#7780# Will restore factory settings.
    *#7370# - Full factory reset. Resets all settings including non-user changeable items. **WARNING** - This will render your phone inoperable. Only use if you don't plan on using your phone anymore and just want to wipe it out. On some newer CDMA Nokias this code does not work but I still advise against trying it unless you want to chance not being able to use your phone anymore.
    Last edited by frail; 03-14-2007 at 07:37 PM.

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    anyone know the code for a Nokia 8390
    or Nokia 3595?
    i have all the country codes and other stuff...

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    Originally posted by azndelirious
    anyone know the code for a Nokia 8390
    or Nokia 3595?
    i have all the country codes and other stuff...
    Which code are you looking for other than the regular GSM codes?

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    Why isn't there a link on the main page with an unlocking calculator?

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    Originally posted by wcimo
    Why isn't there a link on the main page with an unlocking calculator?
    Because it's a board rule that there are no unlocking discussions. There are board advertisers who will do unlocks. If you want unlocking information you'll have to look elsewhere. Sorry, but that's the way it is here. Believe me it's not hard to find the information. I told you how to go about finding the information. It's up to you to take the initiative to find it.

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    Well I did my research on google when I wanted to unlock my nokia 3595 and I found the calculator easily.

    And btw, if you call rogers, they might do it for you but they will charge you 250$ for it. That's ROBBERS rules.

    Why are they charging? Well the reason why you are unlocking your phone is that you would want to use it with another provider. So that's the fees for leaving them.

    250$ - by rogers
    free - searching it on google.

    Make your choice.

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    Originally posted by wcimo
    That sucks! How is this a forum! Any sponsors who want to help me unlock my phone please reply here so I may contact you to find out your price.
    This is a forum. It's not an unlocking forum. Why is it so hard for you to understand and see that if you don't find the information you want here that you'll go to where you can find the information? The information is readily available and easy to find. Just because you don't find that information here doesn't mean that this is not a forum. There are lots of places and many forums where you can find the information. All you have to do is make a little effort and find that information! Spending five seconds at google will find exactly what you're looking for! Go there and look!

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    every forums has rules...i don't understand it either, but those who own the forums can do what they want with them...unfortunately, i can't get to my forums right now... hackers destroyed them! WAAA!!!

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    hi friends...

    i have a Nokia 2280 CDMA.
    when i press *#639# , it asks for Service Programming Code..
    can anyone help what to do..?

    please help..

    thanks

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    I play thing safe and if i ever see something that has to do with pogramming and im not sure what it does, i leave it alone. One thing I will tell you, it can be possible to rally mess up your phone if you toil with the Service Programming stuff. I can't exactly tell you what it does though...help this guy out someone...

    just giving my advise on what to do when you find out what it's for...

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