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Topic # 6954 7-Mar-2006 18:06
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Here's a question to pose to Nokia owners (Particulary CDMA).

What codes can you punch into the keypad to get different menus?

One I know of (and use regulary) is *[code deleted]#

Anymore out there that have some functionality or are just fun to fiddle with?

Cheers for your thoughts

[Moderator edit: newbies can wreck phone settings and deprive themselves of service]

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Reply # 30117 7-Mar-2006 18:11
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You will find that most here will not disclose codes in the public forum - they are too dangerous for some people to play with, and render the phone a nice brick.

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Reply # 30119 7-Mar-2006 18:14
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Ah...Ok....Thanks for that mate. But It doesn't really matter anyway. Telstra will turn it into a brick soon enough when they turn off CDMA.

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Reply # 30120 7-Mar-2006 20:36
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Yes, but one might expect Telstra to give out plenty of warning before they kill the network and also have some form of migration plan put in place to replace those who have CDMA handsets.




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Reply # 30122 7-Mar-2006 21:05
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Not from what I've heard, and it'd be like telstra to leave the customers out in the rain. I have my sights set on the LG U880 anyway, I'll be getting one regardless, because I'll be moving, with the business, to the City.

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