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#2213 8-Sep-2004 22:48
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Want to know whether there is any code for CDMA phones like GSM phones have *#06# or *#0000#

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#8380 8-Sep-2004 23:57
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This is the wrong forum for that sort of information sorry. There are always programming codes for phones but they do more harm than good in the wrong hands

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#8381 9-Sep-2004 00:10
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What do you mean wrong hands.. I own a phone (CDMA) and myself dont know how to get its IMEI no. That no. I might require if I lose my phone and I have to diable its further use. Where should I post then?

 
 
 
 


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#8390 9-Sep-2004 07:06
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Leo, I think RCK was worried because of other codes floating around, that allow users to reprogram their phones, and of course with potential damages. If you just want to know your IMEI, look in the box, or sometimes there's a sticker in the battery compartment with a serial number and IMEI.




 

 

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#8398 9-Sep-2004 08:40
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Note that on CDMA handsets, the IMEI is actually referred to by the term 'ESN' (electronic serial number). It can be displayed in two forms - decimal or hexidecimal. Either way, it amounts to the same thing.

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#8408 9-Sep-2004 16:14
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Thanks all! I will check the box for the code.

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