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D900 Master Codes...

Posted: 13:40 04 Dec 06 #1
  • catt_231
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Master Reset / Codes

*2767*3855# - FULL E2P RESET
*2767*2878# - CUSTOM E2P RESET
#*7337# - UNLOCK
*2767*688# - UNLOCK
*#0523# - CONTRAST
*#9998*523# - CONTRAST
*#8999*8378# - Service Menu

I have not tested these...

Any feedback if these work would be nice!
Posted: 09:36 07 Dec 06 #2
  • orfordi
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What''s supposed to happen when you enter them? After the second # should it work immediately or is there another key press to enter?
Posted: 09:39 07 Dec 06 #3
  • orfordi
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Ahh, I''ve answered my own question. No extra key press required.

*#4777*8665# takes me to a GPRS menu.
Posted: 16:07 08 Dec 06 #4
  • grinty
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when i typoe in the #*7337# nothing happens. i can''t type the other unlock on in as it won''t let me go back to numbers after the second * is put it, it just lets me put minus sigins in. what am i supposed to do once i type the last digit of the code???
Posted: 21:03 13 Feb 07 #5
Used *2767*2878# - CUSTOM E2P RESET worked OK reset lock code to 00000000 default. Thanks
Posted: 20:52 22 May 07 #6
  • jamesw12
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can these codes be used on the phone lock screen

because on mine when u press * nothing comes up

and when u press # near the start of the code it says password to short


james
Posted: 21:14 22 May 07 #7
  • Delboy57
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Hi jamesw12

If you Power Down and remove your Sim Card, Power On without Sim Card and try these what occurs ?

Del
Posted: 22:59 22 May 07 #8
  • jamesw12
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del my freind u r a genius

i used the custom e2p reset and i didnt lost any files

what a lot of people dont realise is u need ur sim to be out of the fone when u enter these codes

fanx a lot :)
Posted: 17:21 31 May 07 #9
  • rowey1234
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when i did those codes my phone wouldnt work, it came up with searching then no service!!! its buggered now!!
Posted: 16:40 07 Jun 07 #10
  • LiamOwl
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When I do this it sys emergancy calls only. any ideas?
Posted: 16:53 07 Jun 07 #11
  • anitalg
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Have replied to your other post. The handset will be blacklisted
Posted: 17:04 07 Jun 07 #12
  • Delboy57
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rowey1234 you have to be so careful when using the Secret Codes as these are normally for Electronic Engineers who understand why they are using them.

Del
Posted: 10:26 13 Jul 07 #13
  • Delboy57
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Hi all - anyone found the Hardware and Software codes for the D900 and D900i as the ones for the

D600 I have got below do not seem to work with my phones ?

  *#8999*8376263# = HW ver, SW ver and Build Date

 

Del

Posted: 14:07 14 Jul 07 #14
  • Picnic07
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DO NOT USE THESE CODES!

Thats what caused my other phone to lose service like Rowery1234

 It got rid of my IMEI number... I have yet to receive a refund. (explained in my other thread)

 

Posted: 14:22 14 Jul 07 #15
  • Delboy57
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Hi catt 231 - sorry you have not yet heard anything about a refund yet, expect you will have to give them at least 10 days to review the phones failure etc but if nothing heard by then try phoning or send a recorded letter asking what is happening. I normally get a reply from recorded mail and only costs about £1 but well worth it sometimes.

In the right hands some of these codes are very useful and I am a bit of a Techy and like to try out all fuinctions (where practical ) of the phone when I first receive them .

Del 

 

 

 

Posted: 18:43 23 Oct 07 #16
  • CVET
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i made a no no and lost all of my contacts. does anyone know how i can get them back
Posted: 00:24 19 Dec 07 #17

Hi Del

Thanks for the tip.  I followed the code with the sim card removed and able to reset my Asian Samsung D900i phone in US. Although I seemed to have lost all the phone numbers.  I had a new sim card made, I do not know if the info were stored in the old sim card or should be on the phone.  Thanks.

Quickstep

Posted: 21:01 28 Feb 08 #18

Hi Del Boy

u sound like u know what ur talking about.

 I bought a D900 off ebay, the seller said it was unlocked/ and when looking up the d900 I found in carphone warehouse and so on it comes quadband (not sure if that has a bearing on the need for unlocking?) i think he said it was originally on vodafone. my sim is virgin.

 the phone worked fine for 1month or so, but everytime i made calls it had the contact then 'conditional forwarding' i thought nothing of this as it made, and recieved calls and messages fine.

 but now it comes up it starts to call then comes up 'rejected' and it does not send massaeges either? i got the 'imei' no. and it aint 000000000000..etc its a proper number.

 when i start the up it comes up 'welcome to virgin' also has virgin on the main screen across the front? some of these problems seem to be coming up for others that u advised. do u have any suggestions for?

 xavier

 if u need anymore info, let me no.

Posted: 21:16 28 Feb 08 #19
  • anitalg
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It sounds like it might have been blacklisted by the seller, you can check this on www.checkmend.co.uk
Posted: 21:25 28 Feb 08 #20
  • Delboy57
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Hi xavier - give Virgin a call and see if they have a problem with your Phone or Sim card.

Del

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