was made. The phone model displayed may be Nokia's internal phone model
code, which is different from the modfel number under which the phone is
> *#06# displays the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identifier) of
> your phone.
> *#2820# (*#BTA0#) shows the bluetooth address of your phone.
> *#62209526# (*#MAC0WLAN) displays the MAC address of the wireless LAN
> adapter in your phone. This only works if your phone has Wi-Fi.
> *#92702689# (*#war0anty#) displays the life timer of your S60 phone (the
> total time of phone calls in hours and minutes). The only way to reset
> this timer is to flash your phone's firmware.
> *#7780# (*#rst0*) is the code to soft-reset your phone. This
> non-destructive reset will reset phone settings like profiles, themes and
> shortcuts. Data like contacts, calendar and notes are not removed.
> *#7370# (*#RES0#) resets your phone to default factory settings, i.e. the
> state of your phone when you bought it. It will not reset the life timer.
> All data that you added yourself will be deleted, so make sure you have a
> The Vulcan Death Grip for Nokias: switch off the phone, then press and
> hold call (green key), * (star key), 3 (three), and switch the phone on
> with the power button while holding the three other keys. This resets your
> phone to virgin factory state the same way *#7370# (*#RES0#) does. The
> Vulcan Death Grip is a last resort method to revive your phone if you
> can't boot it. It doesn't work on all Nokia phones.
> The following codes check the call divert settings. This is a network
> service. You'll need to hit the green call key after entering these codes.
> *#21# checks if "all calls" are diverted, and to which number they are
> routed (usually your voicemail).
> *#30# checks if your phone number is hidden or not.
> *#43# checks if call waiting is enabled. If it is, you'll be notified if
> incoming calls if you're already calling someone else.
> *#61# checks if calls are diverted if you don't answer your phone, to
> which number they are routed (usually your vocemail), and how long your
> phone will ring before the call is diverted.
> *#62# checks if calls are diverted if you're out of network reach, and to
> which number they are routed (usually your voicemail).
> *#67# checks if calls are diverted if your phone is busy, and to which
> number they are routed (usually your voicemail).