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Monday, 27 June 2016

The most secret secret codes Android and iOS

Ever since the advent of mobile phones, they have had a series of menus or hidden features that can be accessed through hidden or secret codes. In the case of smartphones these features have been maintained and both Android and iOS, there are still a number of hidden codes to access certain information or menus. Let's see what the secret codes of Android and iOS.

Let's turn on "Field test" menu which is accessed using the phone dialer or dialer to enter the next secret code * 3001 # 12345 # *. Once the new hidden menu iPhone has appeared may use the physical buttons thereof to move through it a new feature that we see will replace the typical annunciator signal strength in iOS is composed of several dots, for numerical value indicating the signal strength in decibels. To give you an idea, a value between -40 dB and -80 dB is a good sign. However, if we find a value above -100 we face a sign of poor quality.

To return to the dots based, ie the typical iPhone, all you have to do is to activate the menu that you have described and close it with a simple touch. Other iOS secret codes are those that let you see the iPhone IMEI * # 06 #, or one that allows you to check if the iPhone is enabled for voice and data messages, * # 33 #.

In the case of secret codes Android is more complicated indicaros all existing, as they depend on each manufacturer. That is, Samsung has some own codes, LG has some own codes, and so on. However if there are a series of codes that are standard on all Android systems and that we will move to indicate.

To view a range of information on the phone as parameters wifi, battery and other generic information Android smartphone you can use the code * # * # 4636 # * # * introducing, like the iPhone, through dialogue phone dialer .

Another secret code on Android terminals we can use is the following, * # * # 1472365 # * # *. A code that will allow us to access Google calendars directly. We hope this information is helpful to you to make the most of your terminal.

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