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    Arrow Nokia CDMA: *# or ## Command Codes

    I found this full listing of NetMonitor menus on google from a board that doesn't exist anymore. It also works on my 6585, and since the board no longer exists, I thought I would post it here for reference, before the info disappears entirely into the ether. If you have anything to add, please share!

    DISCLAIMER: USE AT YOUR OWN RISK

    http://www.damagedplanet.com/vbb/arc...dex.php/t-2884

    entry point *3001#12345#

    { *Note from Mod: The following codes is PRI dependent. Some carriers may have them disabled or use *# instead of ## or using different code that spells differently for the same function (e.g. ##DATA# or ##BEARER# on some phones). }

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    ##837# or *#837#("VER") ... Displays version screen (also accessible by [Menu]-[6]-[2]).
    ##66767# or *#66767# ("MOSMS") ... Displays a selection screen to allow toggling of MO-SMS (Message Over : Simple Message Service) mode.
    ##743# or *#743# ("SID") ... Displays the current SID.
    ##24# or *#24# ("CH")... Displays the current Channel.
    ##786# ("RUN") ... Displays the Diagnostics menu which contains the Life Timer, Reconditioned Status, PRL, your number, and an Options menu which allows you to turn on the Service Screen (Net Monitor) or Restore Defaults (which resets the phone to factory settings). To restore defaults, you must enter the SPC/MSL code at the prompt.
    ##889# ("TTY") ... Displays a selection screen to allow toggling of TTY mode. (This code is referenced in the official Sprint manual.)
    ##7738# ("PREV") ... Displays CDMA mode menu, which allows you to select IS-95A, IS-95B, or IS-2000 modes.
    *#7738# ("PREV") ... Displays CDMA mode menu, which allows you to select IS-95A, IS-2000, or Analog modes.
    ##8626337# ("VOCODER")or *#3872# ("EVRC") ... Displays the EVRC settings menu, which allows you to select the EVRC mode as On, Off, or Home Only.
    ##2539# ("AKEY") ... Allows you to change the service-specific Authorization Key via the keypad. When the phone asks for Service programming code, enter the SPC/MSL for your phone.
    *#639# ("NEW") ... Allows you to change the MDN (phone number) registered in the phone. When the phone asks for Service programming code, enter the SPC/MSL for your phone.
    *#775# ("PRL") ... Allows to toggle the use of PRL.

    ##nnnnnn# ... Where nnnnnn is a six-digit number (no more, no less), input will return to the main screen unless the number happens to be your SPC/MSL, in which case you will be taken to the Phone Programming menu which allows you to change the MDN (phone number) registered to the phone. (I don't know if some other combinations in this domain do something or not, but they all appear to reset the display after entry unless you use the SPC/MSL, which is usually a hash derived from your ESN and is typically service-specific.)

    Other Codes
    Hold # at the main screen for 3 seconds ... Displays the Life Timer in HH:MM format.
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    Arrow Nokia CDMA: Netmonitor

    Net Monitor
    This section of the phone allows you to view diagnostic information and execute various tests. The codes are four digits long and are split into a group number (first pair) and a test number (last pair). In the code 1234, for example, 12 is the group and 34 is the test. When executed or viewed, these codes are displayed in the top-left corner of the phone in the form 12-34. The following codes I have discovered myself. While more may exist, that is unlikely as you can scroll through them by pressing the up or down arrows once you are viewing one of the codes. (If the code is a test execution, you must enter it directly through the Net Monitor menu option to execute it. Flipping to that page will simply display the name of the test.)

    While viewing a test screen, press and hold * until the text display changes and you can scroll through the tests in "explainatory mode" where you can see the abbreviations for the numbers you are looking at. It's kind of like a glossary for the Net Monitor.

    0000 ... Disables testing and returns to the normal display mode without disabling the Net Monitor menu option

    Group 31: "Big Picture" & Summary Status Info
    31-01 ... CSST / CHAN / SP / PPN / XF / -Rxx (Receive Strength, -dBA) / -Txx (Transmit Strength, -dBA) / SO / X / FER
    31-02 ... DPCH / DTCH / IDLHO / HHO / IFIDLHO / DAHO / IBIDMO / IBHHO
    31-03 ... PN(1-4) / ECK
    31-04 ... PN(5-6) / ECK
    31-05 ... OWNNUMBER (Own Number) / SL / P / MD / PC
    31-06 ... SSS / CHAN (Channel) / SID (System ID) / NID / SD / ID / TM / CAP / ROAM or HOME (Indicates whether phone is on a roam tower or the home network)
    31-07 ... V
    31-08 ... SID (System ID) / NID / BaseID / PRev / MinPRev
    31-09 ... CSST / MMDDYY (Date) / HHMMSS (Time)
    31-10 ... TADD / TDROP / TCOMP / TTDROP / WW(1-3)
    31-11 ... PP(1-4) / 0EC
    31-12 ... PP(5-8) / 0EC
    31-13 ... PP(9-12) / 0EC
    31-14 ... PP(13-16) / 0EC
    31-15 ... PP(1-4) / 0EC
    31-16 ... PP(5-8) / 0EC

    Group 32: Current Tower Communication Info?
    32-01 ... P/C / A/F / SID (System ID) / NID / PzID / PRev / MinRv
    32-02 ... CSST / SO / -Rxx (Receive Strength, -dBa) / -Txx (Transmit Strength, -dBa) / FER / MUX
    32-03 ... BrType / TERM / SES / CON
    32-04 ... CcSt / CcEve / TxBytes / RxBytes
    32-05 ... VER / RESET / ST / RTT / NAKR / PR / NAKPR / %NAK / MissFrames
    32-06 ... RSt / RE / RMT / FSt / CURR / OvrFl (Overflow) / MAX / RSRq / RSGr
    32-07 ... TOTL / NAK / NEW / OLD / IDLE / BLANK / FILL / INV / ER / DISCD
    32-08 ... TOTAL / NAK / NEW / OLD / IDLE / BLANK / FILL
    32-09 ... RMax / FMax / RUsr / FUsr / RNew / FNew / RRxm / FRxm
    32-10 ... SeqTxNext / SeqTxNew / SeqTxUnack / RexmitTimer (Retransmission Timer)
    32-11 ... DLen / BytesUnack / REXC / BOFFC / XMITW / CONGW
    32-12 ... RMTYPE / CONTP / STATE / SO / MUX
    32-13 ... RECVMM / RECVBR / SNTBR

    Group 33: Codec Info?
    33-01 ... TYPE / VER / RTT / RESET / MXFNK / MXRNK / NGFNK / NGRNK
    33-02 ... FSCH(0-1): (F)SCHID / MUX / RC / CODING
    33-03 ... RSCH(0-1): (R)SCHID / MUX / RC / CODING
    33-04 ... FSCH0: FSCHID / STAT / DUR / RATE / SCCLINDEX / NUMN / SRID
    33-05 ... FSCH1: FSCHID / STAT / DUR / RATE / SCCLINDEX / NUMN / SRID
    33-06 ... RSCH0: RSCHID / STAT / DUR / RATE / SCRM / SRID
    33-07 ... RSCH1: RSCHID / STAT / DUR / RATE / SCRM / SRID
    33-08 ... PKTD / SCRMD / USESCRM (SCRM on/off) / USETADD (TADD on/off) / PREARGMT

    Group 34: ?
    34-01 ... SYNCOK / FAIL / FOCC / WOROK / WORFCO / WORFA / CTRLFI / MDRX
    34-02 ... FVCFA / WFLAG / NORMRX / XSTBY / XNORRX / XNOK / XNFAIL / SYNLO
    34-03 ... REP10K / FAIL / DECSAM / FOTED / R1BETT / SYNCS / MSGBET / SFLBE

    Group 35: ?
    35-01 ... FRC / RRC / SOPT / RFCHG / PICHG / FPCM
    35-02 ... NOMP / NOMPE / INIP / PS / NS / MREQ / MRSP

    Group 36: Analog/AMPS Info?
    36-01 ... ACH REQ (Access Request) / ACH RESP (Access Response) / ACC / FAIL / T41 EXPIRED
    36-02 ... SEND PRESSED / DACHORIG / PAGE RESP
    36-03 ... ORIG / TOTLCALLTIME (Total Call Time) / AMPSTIME (AMPS Time) / LOS / REL / ACKF
    36-04 ... 800HHO / ATMTP / PCSHHO / FAIL / CP HHO / PC HHO
    36-05 ... CELAMPS / ATMP / PCSAMPS / FAIL / FRAMEOFF / SIDCHNG
    36-06 ... AUTH CHALLNG (Authentication Challenge) / BSCHALLENGE (BS Challenge) / REGIST / DATA / ORIGI / PAGE
    36-07 ... VOICEPRIVACY (Voice Privacy) / SSDFAIL / SME / PUBLC2PRIVAT (Public to Private on/off) / PRIVAT2PUBLC (Private to Public on/off)
    36-08 ... PWR / PCH / ACC8 / MRELAMPSSYNC / NGBRSCANNOPN / GAOM / GSRM
    36-09 ... RESEL / NOACC / MISMATC (Mismatch) / REJC / LOCK
    36-10 ... REG / 3PwrDn (Power Down) / 0Time / 4Param / 1Pwrup (Power Up) / 5Order / 2Zone / 6Dista (Distance)
    36-14 ... DSPASICSWSTK / MIPMDITIMBUS / MEMDMASRCRAM / SCHOTHERSOFT
    36-18 ... NETWORK PREF / MOBILE PREF / SLOT / CYCLE / INDEX
    36-20 ... PROBEHO / FAIL / ENTRYHO / FAIL / ACCCHAN / FAIL / T72TIMER
    36-21 ... 1x-95HDR+GSR / 95-1xHDR+GSR / 1x-AMPS / DYNAMIC / SHO
    36-23 ... RETRY TIMER / T50M / T51M / T52M / T40M / T41M / T55M

    Group 61: Battery Info
    61-01 ... Version / Bars / Mon Bat Volt (Monitor Battery Voltage, millivolts) / Temp (Temperature, tenths of degrees Centigrade?) / Cap (Capacity) / Sby (Standby Level) / ChMo / CS / ChTy
    61-02 ... VInst (millivolts) / tRem (millivolts) / VOff (millivolts) / VOn (millivolts) / Flg / Vdmf (millivolts) / BPW / Sta (Status) / VCh (millivolts) / WCh / WInt
    61-03 ... Vdmf (millivolts) / Fl1 / Ips / Vbm4 (millivolts) / Fl2 / Ilo / Phi / tElpBM4 / dPhi / tRem
    61-04 ... BImp / ChaAmnt (Charge Amount) / Vfull (Voltage Full, millivolts) / Vlow (Voltage Low, millivolts) / VBoot (Voltage Boot, millivolts) / [email protected] (Indicates whether battery is below ideal voltage limit) / Adj / Err
    61-05 ... ActInf: byte4 / byte3 / byte2 / byte1
    61-06 ... Ibattery (milliamps) / Iphone (milliamps) / Ifeature (milliamps) / disAmount (Discharge amount, milliamp hours)
    61-07 ... CSIdle / ActSW / CS state / CS protocol / Batmon state
    61-08 ... ChMD / Ch / Vbat (Battery Voltage, millivolts) / # / ChSt (Charger Status) / Ichr / F / AvgCh (Average Charge Rate, milliamps?) / CIch / PWM / bTp (Battery Temperature) / time
    61-09 ... Chr / Old / ChM / Mod / Old / HWP / PWM / OSV / Frq / O / B / CSV
    61-10 ... -DV / s-DV / dvt / CA / Vbd / BT / sum / MaT / dvt
    61-12 ... Varying EM displays 1-4; can change from rel. to rel.
    61-13 ... Varying EM displays 5-8; can change from rel. to rel.

    Group 62: Reset Info & Factory Flags
    62-01 ... Reset reason / Task name (This should display "XXX / NO RESET" if the phone has never been reset.)
    62-02 ... Unk / Cha / Key / BOF / SW / Int / Sta / DSF / WD / Div / DSP / GSM / DSP / DSP / AWD
    62-03 ... Prod / As / Un / IO / Null / Add / Alig / Flas
    62-07 ... USE MENU TO DISABLE R&D (Research and Development?) TEST DISPLAYS (I would be careful about running this test!)

    Group 63: Phone OS Info
    63-03 ... Ptr / Cntr / Task / OWrOut / SetO / Mod / Big
    63-05 ... Use menu to select shown task info (asks for test input if run via the menu)
    63-06 ... task0 / task1 / task2 / task3 / task4 / task5 / task6 / task7
    63-07 ... task8 / task9 / task10 / task11 / task12 / task13 / task14 / task15
    63-08 ... task16 / task17 / task18 / task19 / task20 / task21 / task22 / task23
    63-09 ... task24 / task25 / task26 / task27 / task28 / task29 / task30 / task31
    63-10 ... task32 / task33 / task34 / task35 / task36 / task37 / task38 / task39
    63-11 ... FIQ / IRQ
    63-12 ... OS PRE-RESET ERROR (Should display "XX XX NO RES" on the top line if the phone has never been reset.)
    63-13 ... OS CURRENT ERROR (Should display "XX XX NO DAT" on the top line if there is no error.)
    63-14 ... OS PRE-RESET WARNING
    63-15 ... OS CURRENT WARNING
    63-16 ... OS PRE-RESET REMARK
    63-17 ... OS CURRENT REMARK
    63-18 ... usedbyt (Used Bytes) / blks (Used Blocks) / freebyt (Free Bytes) / blks (Free Blocks) / zz / dd / ii / cc / TT
    63-19 ... Block Usage: TOP / 2nd / 3rd / 4th (in memory blocks)
    63-20 ... FILE / LINE / total count

    Group 65: Input Flags?
    65-01 ... CCTI / NB / DR / SC / WR / BO
    65-02 ... PT / PB / BT / BP / BCTF / IC / IB / IT / IS / PCCC / PDCC
    65-03 ... keys pressed

    Group 66: Organizer Flags?
    66-01 ... TY / TgID / EI / VD / VC / Used / BL01 / BL02 / BL03 / VR
    66-02 ... MY / MeID / Dura (Duration) / Mmos / Alrm (Alarm) / ER / VR

    Group 68: BER Test
    68-01 ... USE MENU TO Start and Stop BER Test
    68-02 ... FS / FR / FF / CRC

    Group 75: GPS & Location Data
    So far, I have only seen this area full of X's. Can anyone confirm that it works under certain conditions or why it would be masked as such?
    75-01 ... LATITUDE / LONGITUDE / STATUS / METHOD
    75-03 ... Orientation / Semiminor (meters) / Semimajor (meters) / Vertical (meters)
    75-04 ... Time / Type / MS Date / MS Time / STATUS
    75-05 ... Speed (meters per second) / Heading (degrees) / Altitude (meters) / Fix Type
    75-19 ... LS Release ID / LS Release Date
    75-30 ... GPS MCU Version / MCU SW Date / GPS DSP Version / DSP SW Date
    75-31 ... SV(PRN) / C/No (Decibels.Hertz) / Pseudorange / Doppler (Hertz)
    75-32 ... SV(PRN) / C/No (Decibels.Hertz) / Pseudorange / Doppler (Hertz)
    75-33 ... SV(PRN) / C/No (Decibels.Hertz) / Pseudorange / Doppler (Hertz)
    75-34 ... SV(PRN) / C/No (Decibels.Hertz) / Pseudorange / Doppler (Hertz)
    75-35 ... SV(PRN) / C/No (Decibels.Hertz) / Pseudorange / Doppler (Hertz)
    75-36 ... SV(PRN) / C/No (Decibels.Hertz) / Pseudorange / Doppler (Hertz)
    75-37 ... SV(PRN) / C/No (Decibels.Hertz) / Pseudorange / Doppler (Hertz)
    75-38 ... SV(PRN) / C/No (Decibels.Hertz) / Pseudorange / Doppler (Hertz)
    75-39 ... SV(PRN) / C/No (Decibels.Hertz) / Pseudorange / Doppler (Hertz)
    75-40 ... SV(PRN) / C/No (Decibels.Hertz) / Pseudorange / Doppler (Hertz)
    75-41 ... SV(PRN) / C/No (Decibels.Hertz) / Pseudorange / Doppler (Hertz)
    75-42 ... SV(PRN) / C/No (Decibels.Hertz) / Pseudorange / Doppler (Hertz)
    75-70 ... AFLT MCU Ver / MCU SW Date / AFLT DSP Ver / DSP SW Date
    75-71 ... PN / Channel / Phase (Chips) / Ec/Io (Decibels) / RMS (meters)
    75-72 ... PN / Channel / Phase (Chips) / Ec/Io (Decibels) / RMS (meters)
    75-73 ... PN / Channel / Phase (Chips) / Ec/Io (Decibels) / RMS (meters)
    75-74 ... PN / Channel / Phase (Chips) / Ec/Io (Decibels) / RMS (meters)
    75-75 ... PN / Channel / Phase (Chips) / Ec/Io (Decibels) / RMS (meters)
    75-76 ... PN / Channel / Phase (Chips) / Ec/Io (Decibels) / RMS (meters)
    75-77 ... AFLT: PRQ(s) / NUM.FIX / TBF; GPS: PRQ(s) / NUM.FIX / TBF
    75-78 ... PPhase count / Measure times / PRange count / Measure times
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    Arrow Nokia CDMA: Hidden Menus

    { Note from Mod: The following tricks may not exist or exist in different menu number combos in different phones. }

    There are several disabled menus throughout the phone. I have found this general rule about discovering when a menu should be there (ie, is simply "hidden") and when it is not really a menu (ie, you're shooting at a black target in the dead of night from the wrong direction). If you enter the number shortcut for the menu you seek (ie, [Menu]-[2]-[1] shows the Text Messages menu), one of two errors will occur if you do not get a valid menu: "Invalid Menu" or "Shortcut Not Available". The latter indicates that the menu is really there, but the factory or service provider has masked it from public use.

    Using this technique, I have found the following menus that should exist on this phone:

    [Menu]-[1]-[2] ... ?; Instant Messaging menu, most likely.
    [Menu]-[2]-[3] ... ?; Something to do with Text Messaging most likely.
    [Menu]-[4]-[6] ... ?; Something to do with Profiles
    [Menu]-[4]-[7] ... ?; Something to do with Profiles
    [Menu]-[4]-[8] ... ?; Something to do with Profiles
    [Menu]-[5]-[7] ... The Enhancement Settings menu, which can be accessed if you have ever had the phone in a cradle or a DKU-5 cable has ever been connected. It allows you to select Headset or Loopset modes.
    [Menu]-[9] ... ?; Applications menu, most likely.

    Security Settings Menu
    The Security Settings menu is locked on this phone by default. It allows you to set the phone lock, allowed numbers when the phone is locked, change the lock code, and enable incoming or outgoing call restrictions. The default lock code for phones is the last four digits of your MIN (phone number). You may be able to reset this code by reprogramming your MIN using the SPC/MSL code as listed above. The menu can be accessed via [Menu]-[5]-[8].
    Last edited by Moderator HF 25; 07-17-2006 at 11:27 AM.

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    Big thanks to evensteven for compiling this list of tips and tricks. I have STICK this thread in FAQ and have splitted it into 3 messages. So in the future, if you or anyone knows more, we can add more accordingly.

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    Group 75 GPS data only becomes populated when the GPS module gets a fix and returns measurements to the network. And that only happens when the network tells it to do so...... like when you call 911.

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    Can someone please define ECK as seen in screens 31-03 and 31-04?

    Is this related somehow to Ec/Io?

    I see values such as 11K and 16D... they tend to fluctuate. What do K and D stand for? What does the numerical value represent?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kritch
    Can someone please define ECK as seen in screens 31-03 and 31-04?

    Is this related somehow to Ec/Io?

    I see values such as 11K and 16D... they tend to fluctuate. What do K and D stand for? What does the numerical value represent?
    I'm not sure as to what it means but it's not Ec/Io. I don't recall ever seeing error class in the Nokia's FTD, which is annoying.
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    kritch / Freddy Flash,

    The readouts in 31-03 - 31-04 are indeed the Ec/I0 of a particular P/N offset. Some network show only 3 cellsites but some show all 6.
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    So my LG8100VX shows numbers ranging from -5 to -35 or thereabouts for Ec/Io. I see ranges for ECK from around 11 to 44 with a K or D afterwards. Are they in a different format as one is negative and the other positive? And what do the K and D stand for? The greater the number, the better or worse the signal?

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    kritch,

    In the realm of Nokia, the smaller number the Ec/I0 readouts, the better the Call quality with that particular cellsite (i.e. The P/N offset shown in front of the Ec/I0 reading). When the reading is 6K or 7K, for example, you could expect it is relatively better than something like 16K or 17K. When it approaches 25K, you can notice the conversation becomes choppy / garbo. Beyond that, dropped call will happen anytime. If the handset is idle, it will NOT acquire pilot on that cellsite but to try other sites with better Ec/I0.

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    sorry for reviving an old thread but what is the SPC/MSL or how can I find it?

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    < I see values such as 11K and 16D... they tend to fluctuate. What do K and D stand for? What does the numerical value represent? >

    If I remember rightly, this is the active set for PNs. Numeric values represent Ec/Io. K and D are the Keep and Drop flags.

    The handset sets a PN flag to D when that PN is no longer bringing a lot of value to the party (poor Ec/Io), and when the network receives a report from the handset with D set for a PN, the network will generally drop that PN from the active set.

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    i have nokia 6682 which came from out of the us .when i tried to upgrate ,the phone freeze( no light, nothing)
    is any body have idea how can i back up my phone...
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    Nokia 6275 * Key and Net Monitor

    Hello. Net Monitor worked as described above on my old Nokia 6015i. On the 6275i, though, when I press and hold the * key it immediately jumps to a blank screen showing the asterisk with soft keys for "Options Save Clear". Changing the DTMF tone duration settings did not make a difference.

    Does anyone have a good idea of how to get to the explanatory mode, as described above? I would rather not have to print out all the net monitor fields on paper and carry it around with me

    All the best,

    Andrew

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    Is there anyway to view the log files of incoming and outgoing communication using these commands? the one in call register can be deleted.. i'm looking for a way to view the log files recorded by the phone just like the one in symbian phones, is it possible to do that?
    thanks

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