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(HINDI) How to recover data / pics from internal memory of Android phone in minute by shady !
•Oct 14, 2019



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Some of these codes may work and some may not,
Try at your own risk as some codes ae meant for Engineers only.

ANDROID secret codes

*#06# - IMEI number
IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity). An IMEI is a serial number that uniquely identifies a GSM or UMTS mobile phone. Typically 15 digits long, the IMEI code is broken into sections that provide information about a phone, such as its manufacturer, to the mobile network that the phone is connected to. IMEI numbers of stolen devices are blacklisted in some countries so that the phone can not easily be used by a thief.

*#*#273282*255*663282*#*#* - Immediate backup of all media files


This code can be used to get some interesting information about your phone and battery. It shows following 4 menus on screen:

* Phone information
* Battery information
* Battery history
* Usage statistics


This code can be used for a factory data reset. It'll remove following things:

* Google account settings stored in your phone
* System and application data and settings
* Downloaded applications
It'll NOT remove:

* Current system software and bundled applications
* SD card files e.g. photos, music files, etc.
PS: Once you give this code, you get a prompt screen asking you to click on "Reset phone" button. So you get a chance to cancel your operation.

*2767*3855# - Think before you give this code. This code is used for factory format. It'll remove all files and settings including the internal memory storage. It'll also reinstall the phone firmware.

PS: Once you give this code, there is no way to cancel the operation unless you remove the battery from the phone. So think twice before giving this code

*#*#34971539#*#* - This code is used to get information about phone camera. It shows following 4 menus:
* Update camera firmware in image (Don't try this option)
* Update camera firmware in SD card
* Get camera firmware version
* Get firmware update count

WARNING: Never use the first option otherwise your phone camera will stop working and you'll need to take your phone to service center to reinstall camera firmware.


This one is favorite one. This code can be used to change the "End Call / Power" button action in your phone. Be default, if you long press the button, it shows a screen asking you to select any option from Silent mode, Airplane mode and Power off.

You can change this action using this code. You can enable direct power off on this button so you don't need to waste your time in selecting the option.

*#*#225#*#* - Events calendar.

*#*#426#*#* - Debug information for Google Play service.
It serves several purposes, but many apps require it for access to Google API's that they're not necessarily given, but are allowed to access. Disabling it, stopping it, etc will obviously have a detrimental effect on Google's apps, but will also likely break many, if not most, of your other apps (from the Play Store).

*#*#759#*#* - Access Google Partner setup (Rlz debug interface).

*#872564# - USB logging control

*#9900# - System dump mode

*#*#97#*#* - Language and Keyboard settings

*#*#46*#*# - Reset Sim

*#301279# - HSDPA
HSDPA means �High Speed Downlink Packet Access� and is a technique used in the UMTS mobile communication system, the download speeds of currently 3.6 Mbit/s to 7.2 Mbit/s. HSUPA is developed commercially since 2007 in Germany. High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA, 3.5G, 3G + or UMTS broadband) is a data transmission method of the cellular standards UMTS, which was defined by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project. The method enables DSL-like data rates in mobile networks. HSDPA is available in Germany, among others by the network operators Vodafone, E-Plus, O2, and telecom and in Switzerland by Swisscom, Sunrise and Orange. In Austria operate the A1, T-Mobile, Orange and Three HSDPA networks./HSUPA
HSUPA means �High Speed Uplink Packet Access� and is a technique used in the UMTS mobile communication system, the upload speeds up to 5.8 Mbit/s. High Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA) is a transmission method of the UMTS mobile radio standard that allows higher data rates in the uplink and reduces the round trip time (often referred to as ping). HSUPA Category 6 were up to 5.76 Mbit / s and category 9 (Release 9) up to 23 Mbit / s can be achieved. HSUPA is part of Release 9 of UMTS. Control Menu

*#7465625# - View phone lock status

*#*#273283*255*663282*#*#* - This code opens a File copy screen where you can backup your media files e.g. Images, Sound, Video and Voice memo.

*#*#197328640#*#* - This code can be used to enter into Service mode. You can run various tests and change settings in the service mode.

WLAN, GPS and Bluetooth Test Codes:

*#*#232339#*#* OR *#*#526#*#* OR *#*#528#*#* - WLAN test (Use "Menu" button to start various tests)

*#*#232338#*#* - Shows WiFi MAC address
MAC (Media Access Control), address is a globally unique identifier assigned to network devices, and therefore it is often referred to as hardware or physical address. MAC addresses are 6-byte (48-bits) in length, and are written in MM:MM:MM:SS:SS:SS format. The first 3-bytes are ID number of the manufacturer, which is assigned by an Internet standards body. The second 3-bytes are serial number assigned by the manufacturer.

*#*#1472365#*#* - GPS
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a space-based navigation system that provides location and time information in all weather conditions, anywhere on or near the Earth where there is an unobstructed line of sight to four or more GPS satellites. test

*#*#1575#*#* - For a more advanced GPS test

*#*#232331#*#* - Bluetooth test
Bluetooth first appeared as a consumer technology in 2000 and it is still going strong. It's a wireless communication protocol for connecting devices through the air - it's slower than Wi-Fi but is often simpler to set up, and is usually preferred for device-to-device transfers. With just about every smartphone out there supporting Bluetooth, it's become the default way for connecting up speakers, headphones and other devices to phones without wires. It works across plenty of other devices too, including printers, remotes and computers.

*#*#232337#*# - Shows Bluetooth device address

*#*#8255#*#* - This code can be used to launch GTalk Service Monitor.
Gtalk Service Monitor and play services monitor are developer options to let you examine and debug the push connections to google talk and google play services. Below these, the "restore default heartbeats" button lets you bring back the original heartbeat exchange settings if you have to. The final button is about making a donation to the developer of this convenient app. and that is it! now, you are left to experiment with the data and wi-fi settings until you land the most comfortable intervals for you.

*#*#36245#*#* - Access email debug information.

Codes to get Firmware version information:

*#*#4986*2650468#*#* - PDA, Phone, H/W, RFCallDate

*#*#1234#*#* OR *#1234# - PDA and Phone firmware information

*#*#1111#*#* - FTA SW Version (1234 in the same code will give PDA and firmware version)

*#12580*369# - Software and hardware info

*#9090# - Diagnostic configuration

*#*#2222#*#* - FTA HW Version

*#*#44336#*#* - PDA, Phone, CSC
The Customer Service Code (CSC) plays an important role in the operation of your Samsung mobile device. Different countries have different standards for both voice and data communications to a cell phone tower. Although most countries follow the international standard for WiFi connects, there are variations from the standard. The CSC code ensures that your mobile device complies with the standards for your country, and your cell phone operator. The CSC code also determines the source for firmware updates via FOTA or Samsung Kies., Build Time, Changelist number

Codes to launch various Factory Tests:

*#*#0283#*#* - Packet Loopback

*#*#0*#*#* - LCD display test

*#*#0673#*#* OR *#*#0289#*#* - Melody test

*#*#0842#*#* - Device test (Vibration test and BackLight test)

*#*#2663#*#* - Touch screen version

*#*#2664#*#* - Touch screen test

*#*#0588#*#* - Proximity sensor test

*#*#3264#*#* - RAM version

GSM codes for Oplus XonPhone 5

Change PIN
PIN code is a combination of numbers used as an additional password to access your trading account. PUK code unlock a device when a SIM card is locked from entering an incorrect PIN 3 times. - ** 04 *, then enter the PIN old, and twice a new PIN.
Change PIN2 - ** 042 *, then enter the old The PIN2, and twice the new PIN2.
Unlock SIM-card (PIN) - ** 05 * then enter the PUK and new PIN twice
Unlock SIM-card (PIN2) - ** 052 *, then enter the PUK2 and new PIN2 twice

Call Forwarding (you have to order the service from the operator)
##002# - Cancel all diverts
##004# - Cancel all conditional call forwarding
**004* phone number # - Activate all conditional call forwarding

Unconditional call forwarding (Call Forward All)
###21 - Switch off and deactivate
#21# - Deactivate
**21*phone number# - Enable and Activate
*21# - Activate
*#21# - Check the condition

Diversion in case of "no answer"
###61 - Switch off and deactivate
#61# - Deactivate
**61* phone number# - Enable and Activate
*61# - Activate
*#61# - Check the condition

Setting the call time until the call forwarding option "no answer"
When installing forwarding on "no answer" you can set the time in seconds that the system allows you to hook. If during this time you have not picked up the phone, the incoming call will be diverted.
Example: - ** 61 * + ** 709576617601234 # 30 - set the waiting time of 30 seconds
Set timeout - ** 61 * Phone Number ** N #, N = 5..30 (seconds)
Remove the previous installation - ## 61 #

Diversion in case of "not available"
# ## 62 - Switch off and deactivate
# 62 # - Deactivate
** 62 *phone number# - Enable and Activate
* 62 # - Activate
* # 62 # - Check the condition

Diversion in case of "busy"
###67 - Switch off and deactivate
#67# - Deactivate
**67*phone number# - Enable and Activate
*67# - Activate
*#67# - Check the condition

Call Barring (you have to order the service from the operator)
Change the password for all bans (default - 0000)
- ** 03 * 330 * old password * new password * new password #

Barring of all outgoing calls
**33*password# - Activate
#33*password# - Deactivate
*#33# - Check the condition

Barring of all calls
**330*password# - Activate
#330*password# - Deactivate
*#330# - Check the condition

Barring of all outgoing international calls
**331*password# - Activate
#331*password# - Deactivate
*#331# - Check the condition

Barring of all outgoing calls
**333*password# - Activate
#333*password# - Deactivate
*#333# - Check the condition

Barring of all incoming calls
**353*password# - Activate
#353*password# - Deactivate
*#353# - Check the condition

Barring all incoming calls when roaming
**351*password# - Activate
#351*password# - Deactivate
*#351# - Check the condition

Call waiting (you have to order the service from the operator)
*43# - Activate
#43# - Deactivate
*#43# - Check the condition

Transfer your phone number (Anti ANI)
#30#phone number - Block
*30#phone number - Allow
*#30# - Check the condition

Show phone number of the caller you (ANI)
#77# - Block
*77# - Allow
*#77# - Check the condition

Smart menu
GP - *111#
Rob - *140#
Banglalink - *789#
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Automatically backup your SMS, MMS and call history with a separate label in Gmail and Google Calendar.

Later you can restore the saved data (except MMS) back to the phone, especially useful when switching to a new device.

IMAP access needs to be manually enabled in Gmail, see the website and FAQ for more information. You can of course use your own IMAP server for backups, giving you full control over your data.

SMS Backup+ is a free open-source project which has been in active development since the early days of Android, completely ad and tracking-free, supported through voluntary donations.

Many thanks to the numerous people who have donated, contributed feedback, code or translations – detailed credits can be found in the app or on the website.


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August 2, 2020


This app is amazing. I have had it on my phone since at least 2015. When I found it was no longer supported on my phone, I wanted to cry. I am so glad I read the comments to see if anyone else was having issues which is where I found resolution. Download Microsoft Edge and use it as your browser to connect to your gmail. You will then be able to backup everything like old times. I hope this review helps you as other reviews helped me.

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20 of the Best Ways to Improve Your Cell Phone Signal
By Courtney · June 12, 2020

With so much of our every day life relying on our cell phone, things like weak signal, dropped calls or slow data speeds can have a major impact. Fortunately, there are a number of things that you can do to improve your cell signal for clear calls and fast data speeds.
We’ll cover 20 things that you can do to help improve your cell signal today.

Cell Phone Carrier Certified Solutions
  1. Get a cell phone signal booster. Cell phone signal boosters are the only solution certified and recommended by all of the major carriers and the FCCto take an existing outside cell signal, amplify it, and then distribute the strong signal inside your home, business or vehicle. They work with all networks simultaneously, have no recurring fees, and are a great option if you have an existing outside signal that you can boost.
    Learn more about the 25 Best Cell Phone Signal Boosters for 2020.
  2. Get a Verizon network extender. This solution is only for people who have Verizon Wireless, as they are the only carrier who still offers a network extender. A network extender, also called a femtocell or microcell, is a device sold by Verizon that creates a cell signal in your home and routes all of your cellular calls and data over your broadband internet. While there are some downsides to network extenders, like call handoff issues, if you don’t have any existing cell signal outside, then it's going to be your best option.
  3. Use WiFi calling While not technically a method to improve your cell signal, making calls and using data over WiFi is one way to maintain contact with the outside world when there is no cell signal available for you to improve. Here are instructions on how to use WiFi calling on your iPhone and Android phones.
Make Sure Your Phone is in Peak Working Condition
  1. Update your software. You know those messages you sometimes receive about updating your carrier software? Those updates are what tell your phone what towers to connect to. Ideally, you should always update, but if you haven’t recently, then you should check now whether you need to. Follow the applicable instructions for your Android or iPhone phone.
  2. Turn off any services you’re not currently using. Services like WiFi, Bluetooth and Near-Field Communication (NFC) can sometimes cause problems by either trying to send your calls and data over a different service or allowing other devices to use up bandwidth that is needed for fast data or clear calls. Try disabling them on your phone and see if your signal improves.
  3. Change your Voice and Data settings. Sometimes the 4G LTE network that you're on is overloaded and the 3G network, while technically slower, is actually a better option. If you’re on the 4G LTE network, try disabling it on your iPhone or Android phone (if supported), which will automatically switch you to the 3G network.
  4. Turn airplane mode on and off. This will force your phone to reconnect to the cellular network. If you’re in an area that should have good signal but your phone doesn’t show it, try turning on and off airplane mode to force the phone to reconnect.
  5. Reset your network settings. This is a last resort of you still can’t get your phone to connect and other phones from the same carrier are working in your location. Here are the instructions for Android and iPhones phones.
  6. Manually re-select the network operator. This one only works for Android phones. Go to "Settings > Find Mobile Networks > Network operators". It will re-scan for all the networks available in your area. Check out this video to see how it's done.
  7. Have your phone checked for damage. If you're in a location where other people with phones on your carrier have good service, but you don't, then that might be a sign that your phone, or more specifically the internal antenna, has been damaged. Your best bet is to bring it into the store where you originally purchased the phone and have them perform an analysis to see if the phone is operating as it should. If not, then it might be time for a new phone.
Change Your Location
  1. Move up a floor (or multiple floors). Signal tends to be better on higher floors, as you're able to clear obstructions closer to ground level. If you're in a basement, moving up to the ground floor can help immensely.
  2. Move closer to a window. Cell signal has an easier time entering a building when it’s not blocked by the construction materials, like brick, block, siding, or sheet metal, that the building is made of, so windows are typically areas where you'll receive stronger signal than behind a solid wall.
  3. Go outside. The construction materials that make up the walls and roof of a building block cell signal, so going outside should allow you to receive a stronger signal from the local cell towers.
  4. Move to higher ground. Mountains, hills, trees and other obstructions can often block signal. Moving to higher ground makes you more likely to connect with a cell tower and receive stronger signal.
  5. Find our where your closest cell tower is. Put your city or zip code into Cell Reception or Open Signal to see a map of your local towers, and then try to either locate yourself on the same side of the building, or change your location entirely.
Improve Your Surroundings
  1. Reorganize your space. Certain objects in your home or office tend to block signal, like metal filing cabinets, refrigerators, decorative waterfalls, and solid furniture. Rearranging these objects so they’re not between you and the outside cell signal can help.
  2. Remove trees & bushes. Trees, bushes and any other living thing is made up of water, which blocks cell signal to varying degrees. If possible, trim unnecessary branches, remove overgrown bushes, or cut down entire trees to create a more open surroundings.
  3. Use different construction materials. Next time you’re deciding on a home improvement project, consider researching how that material might affect your signal. Metal roofs, brick walls, and energy efficient building materials all block signal more than alternative materials.
  4. Open your window. If your windows have an energy efficient coating applied to them, then unfortunately it also blocks cell signal, so opening your window can allow the cell signal to penetrate into the room.
Switch Carriers
  1. Switch to a carrier that has better coverage in your area. If all else fails, then switching to a carrier with better coverage in your area is your last resort to solve your cell signal problems. Review the coverage maps for each carrier (Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular) and talk your neighbors to find out what carrier other people in the area use.

20 of the Best Ways to Improve Your Cell Phone Signal
We asked, you told us: Most people still dearly miss the headphone jack

Sep 5, 2020 11:30 PM


We accept that new tech developments will eventually overcome and outsell legacy technology, but that doesn’t always mean the newer tech is better.

When Apple first stripped the 3.5mm headphone jack from the iPhone 7 back in 2016, it sounded a death knell for the ubiquitous connector. Android OEMs joined Apple’s anti-analog fight soon after its move, but more recently, companies like Sony have seemingly realized how “indispensable” the jack is.

But we were wondering, do Android Authority readers feel the same way? Have you adapted to Bluetooth audio the point where the audio jack’s absence is no longer an issue? Are you now all-in on the wireless audio ecosystem?

Late last month, we asked you to vote in a poll on the website and on Twitter, and here’s what you told us.

Could you go back to a headphone jack after you’ve committed to Bluetooth?


It seems readers’ opinions about the audio jack’s importance haven’t changed much. Of the more than 6,000 votes we received on the website, nearly 72% of readers say they would “absolutely use a headphone jack” if their device had one. Our Twitter audience largely agrees, too with a little more than 69% of respondents answering in favor of this option.

While this doesn’t suggest smartphone users are still angry about the venerable jack’s removal, it is clear that if given the option, the physical port would be used. USB-C dongles don’t seem to be a valid replacement for readers, either.

In a poll we ran earlier this year, a surprising number of you said you’d be willing to spend up to $50 more on a Samsung Galaxy Note 20 with a headphone jack. Giving users a choice to use different hardware in different situations just makes design sense, and likely a key reason why Sony, LG, and Google still use or have reintroduced the port to some devices. Redundancy and freedom of choice are seemingly key motivators for users here.

That said, a number of readers are entirely embracing wireless audio and are more than happy break free from wires. Just under a third (30.8%) of respondents say they’re “all-in on Bluetooth” and won’t likely return to wired audio even if given the option. Our Twitter voters tell a similar story, with just under 31% of voters fully committing to Bluetooth audio tech.

This option sought to find users who see no issue with the lack of a headphone jack, and who wouldn’t consider using the legacy port on their devices even if presented with a choice. In that sense, it’s a surprisingly large share of voters who wouldn’t go back to wired audio. Many respondents echo the convenience and usability of tether-less audio accessories.

We’ve singled out some notable comments from both sides of the fence in the section below.

Here’s what you had to say

: It would be tough sacrificing the sub-par audio quality and dead battery for something that sounded better and always worked, but I think I could adjust given enough time.

: I don’t need to come back, I never left.

: Thank you LG for making me not need to worry. I use cheap Bluetooth headphones at work for podcasts and audiobooks, and decent wired ones for music.

: Many might like the wireless headphones but I can count how many times my phone has been saved with a wired headphone.

: I’m using my wireless set for on the go, and maybe some household chores. Otherwise, it’s just easy for me to plug in my wired pair. Basically I just interchange both regularly.

: Definitely couldn’t go back to wired headphones. Wireless is just so convenient and wired wouldn’t work with a smartwatch anyway.

: Strictly speaking on the use of earphones, yeah, I prefer the mobility of Bluetooth audio. BUT, a phone that can’t tune to FM radio is quite a deal-breaker for me, so it’s the same as needing the headphone jack. In fact, the perfect Bluetooth earphone is one that can go wireless and wired at the same time.

: I was pining for wireless headphones ever since I got my first iPod back in 2005. I can’t believe it’s taken this long to catch on when they’re such an obvious idea. If companies had put serious effort into the category we could’ve practically perfected the technology by now.

That’s it for this poll. As always, thanks for all your votes and comments. If you have any thoughts on the results, or on Bluetooth audio and the headphone jack in general, be sure to drop them down below.

10 Secret Phone Features You’ll Start Using Right Away
•Nov 16, 2017



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10 handy tips for iOS and Android users. Did you know that you can take photos, while you're filming a video or make your password a current time? Watch carefully for these and many other cool smartphone features!

Smartphones are basically everything these days. They allow you to save any type of information you need and easily multi task. And even though we are all experienced smartphone users, it’s pretty much impossible to know all the tips and hacks because smartphones are getting more and more advanced, adding a lot of new and very useful features you probably don't even have a clue about!

How to block ads 1:00
Wi-Fi passwords 2:01
Create your own reply for missed calls 2:59
Android guest mode 4:00
Secret iPhone codes 4:43
Audio timer 5:40
Take photos while shooting videos 6:38
Share content immediately 7:30
Keyboard and mouse 8:28
Screen Lock – Time Password 9:21

#phonecodes #phonesecrets #secretcodes

- When you have an important level to pass or battle to win, and suddenly, completely out of the blue and at the most inopportune moment, there it is – an ad. Just turn on the Airplane Mode on your phone and the problem is solved!
- Every time you connect to a new Wi-Fi, your phone shows you dots instead of the actual password letters on your screen. But what if you need to quickly connect the other device to the certain source of Wi-Fi and you don't remember the password? There is the app called Wifi Password Show.
- You can create your own texts for any occasion possible! Just go to Settings, choose Phone, then Respond with Text and voilà – here you can make your own personal message that will be sent to your contacts.
- Turn on a Guest Mode! To switch it on, simply tap the User icon in the top right corner of the quick Settings panel. Then tap Guest.
- If you enter *#31# you will hide the number for all calls. If you need it just for one certain call, you can type #31# right before the number you’re calling.
- Audio Timer will allow your device to turn off all the audio at a certain time. This is available only to iOS users, though, and takes only a couple of quick and easy steps.
- Another one of the coolest features that your iPhone has – taking photos while filming a video. This option is available for all the iPhone models from iPhone 5 and onward.
- Tap the Share icon in any app, choose Android beam from the list of options, and then just put the devices together back-to-back. A couple more seconds and your mission has successfully been obtained.
- If it is necessary, Android users can easily use keyboard or mice. This can be very useful if your display is damaged or if you just need to type a lot of text. All you need to do to attach a keyboard or mouse to your Android phone is a USB on-the-go cable.
- ! The app is called Screen Lock – Time Password and it will make your phone’s current time (or any other option related to time) its lock screen password. Just look at the clock and unlock your phone with the current numbers.
I love Androids compared to iPhones. I think their interface is better and it's much easier to use, especially for someone like me who loves having her storage upgraded. I do agree that it sometimes malfunctions when it's too cold. With that, I sometimes place it in a nice purse to have it less exposed.
Mi Mobiles facing boot loop issue.

Mobile Restarts on own continuously without any warning etc.

No solution is working to stop such activities ??

Try this :
Easy way

Clear All data of Security app.


Restart your mobile regularly means daily.
You can do this while charging your mobile at night or in morning.
You can charge mobile after turning off.


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Mi Mobiles facing boot loop issue.

Mobile Restarts on own continuously without any warning etc.

No solution is working to stop such activities ??
It is one of the problems people are reporting about MIUI update to v12. *One of the several problems.* ...It seems that the software is commonly a problem...good hardware, especially for the price, but problematic software.
It is one of the problems people are reporting about MIUI update to v12. *One of the several problems.* ...It seems that the software is commonly a problem...good hardware, especially for the price, but problematic software.
Only new mobiles are facing this.

Initial release of next version of Android may cause os related issues in any os.
Update comes later after receiving complaints.
Few weeks or more can be taken for update.

Don't update if it is new version of Android.
Other updates are good.

I am using Redmi note 5 pro.
No updates yet of MIUI 12.

iPhone also has same issues.
Other mobiles also face similar problems.

You can get One Plus mobile also.
It also has such problems in new Version.

To avoid such problems forever,
Better use keypad mobiles.