90+ Hidden Android Secret Codes

hidden Android secret codes

When a smartphone is manufactured, it has to undergo several tests and analyses. But testing every feature would be time-consuming. Therefore, secret codes for Android were introduced. These codes are not hidden, but they are lesser-known to the users. Unstructured Supplementary Service Data or USSD is a protocol that generates a query upon our request to the service providers and provides us with the desired information. In this article, we have compiled a comprehensive USSD codes list & tricks for the most common mobile phone manufacturers such as Samsung, Xiaomi, Realme and many more!

hidden Android secret codes

90+ Hidden Android Secret Codes

Apart from common secret codes, some codes are used by specific manufacturers on their devices exclusively.

  • USSD codes provide various details about the device and also perform specific tasks. USSD codes can be used in all cellular networks and do not require connecting to the Internet.
  • Man-Machine Interface i.e. MMI codes are used to provide information such as IMEI number, hidden menu, and such.

Note: You must be careful because some of these codes might cause data loss and/or perform a factory reset of your Android phone. In addition, some of these may or may not work anymore.

Most Popular Mobile Phone USSD Codes and Tricks List

Given below is the list of common mobile phone codes and tricks to retrieve information about your Android device:

Dialer Codes Description
*#0228# Shows Battery Status
*#*#4636#*#* Shows Phone, Battery, and Usage statistics
*#*#2663#*#* Displays touch-screen version
*#06# Displays IMEI number
*#07# Displays Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) value
*#*#225#*#* Displays calendar storage information
*#*#426#*#* Displays diagnostics page for Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM)
*#*#759#*#* Displays the installation data of RLZ Debug UI with Unique Device ID and other applications
*#*#3264#*#* Shows RAM version
*#*#34971539#*#* Shows Camera information
*#*#232337#*# Displays Bluetooth device address
*#*#4986*2650468#*#* Shows PDA, phone, hardware, RF Call date firmware info
*#*#1234#*#* Shows PDA and Phone firmware info
*#*#1111#*#* Shows FTA software version
*#*#2222#*#* Shows FTA hardware version
*#*#44336#*#* Shows Build time and change list number

USSD CODE 4636. 90+ Hidden Android Secret Codes

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Common Secret Code for Android for Testing

Read below the list of common hidden codes for Android to perform various tests:

Dialer Codes Description
*#*#1472365#*#* For a quick GPS test
*#*#1575#*#* A Different type of GPS test
*#*#232339#*#* Wireless Lan Tests
*#*#526#*#* Wireless Lan Tests
*#*#2664#*#* Touch-Screen test
##778 (+call) Brings up EPST menu
*#*#0283#*#* Packet Loopback test
*#*#0*#*#* LCD test
*#*#0673#*#* Audio test 1
*#*#0289#*#* Audio test 2
*#*#0842#*#* Vibration and Backlight test
*#*#0588#*#* Proximity sensor test
*#*#232331#*#* Bluetooth test
*#*#7262626#*#* Field test
*#3214789650*# GPS test mode
*#0782*# Real-time clock test
*#*#197328640#*#* Enabling test mode for service activity
*#32489*# Ciphering Info

Common Secret Code for Android for Network Configurations

Listed below are common hidden Android secret codes for Android smartphones for network info and settings:

Dialer Codes Description
*#*#232338#*#* Displays Wi-Fi Mac-address
*#2263# RF band selection
*7465625*638*# Configure network lock MCC/MNC
#7465625*638*# Insert network lock keycode
*7465625*782*# Configure Network Lock NSP
#7465625*782*# Insert partial network lock keycode
*7465625*77*# Insert network lock keycode SP
#7465625*77*# Insert operator lock keycode
*7465625*27*# Insert network lock keycode NSP/CP
#7465625*27*# Insert content provider keycode
*#7465625# View phone lock status
*#528# WLAN engineering mode

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USSD Codes for Android for System Stats

This list of USSD codes for Android has to be used with caution as these will cause permanent changes such as dumping of data or factory reset.

Dialer Codes Description
*2767*3855# Reinstalls the firmware of the phone and deletes all your data
*#*#7780#*#* Factory Reset (Deletes apps and app data)
*#*#273283*255*663282*#*#* All your media files will be quickly backed up
*#8736364# OTA update menu
*#746# Debug dump menu
*#9900# System dump mode
*#03# NAND flash serial number
*#3282*727336*# Data usage status
*#273283*255*3282*# Data creation menu
*#745# Radio interface layer dump menu

Miscellaneous Hidden Codes for Android

Below is the list of miscellaneous secret codes available for Android smartphones:

Dialer Codes Description
*#*#8351#*#* Enables voice dialing logging mode
*#*#8350#*#* Disables voice dialing logging mode
*#*#8255#*#* For Google Talk service monitoring
*#7284# USB 12C mode control
*#872564# USB logging control
**05***# Emergency dial screen executed to unlock PUK code
*#*#7594#*#* Changes power button a direct power off by enabling the code
*#9090# Diagnostic configuration

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USSD Codes List for Common Smartphone Brands

A few USSD codes are manufacturer-specific and thus, can be used only in phone models developed by that particular Android phone manufacturer.

1. Samsung

Dialer Codes Description
*#0*# Access diagnostics
*#011# Network details and serving cell information
*#0808# USB settings
*#2683662# Service mode (Advanced)
*#1234# Software version/Model details
*#2663# TSP firmware update (General)
*#7353# Quick test menu

Xiaomi USSD code result. 90+ Hidden Android Secret Codes

2. Xiaomi

Dialer Codes Description
*#*#64663#*#* Access Test Menu

Xiaomi USSD code result

3. Realme

Dialer Codes Description
*#800# Feedback menu
*#888# Hardware Revision
*#6776# Software version

Poco X2 Xiaomi. 90+ Hidden Android Secret Codes

4. Asus

Dialer Codes Description
*#07# Regulatory Labels
.12345+= (In calculator) Open Engineering Mode

5. Motorola

Dialer Codes Description
*#07# Regulatory labels
##7764726 Hidden Motorola Droid menu
*#*#2486#*#* Open engineering mode

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6. Sony

Dialer Codes Description
*#07# Certification details
*#*#73788423#*#* Access service menu

7. OnePlus

Dialer Codes Description
*#66# Encrypted IMEI
*#888# Engineer mode–Displays PCB number
*#1234# Software version
1+= (In stock calculator app) Displays NEVER SETTLE on the calculator app
*#*#2947322243#*#* Wipes internal memory

OnePlus software version. 90+ Hidden Android Secret Codes

8. Nokia

Dialer Code Description
*#*#372733#*#* Open service menu

9. HTC

Dialer Codes Description
*#*#3424#*#* HTC Test Program
##786# Reverse Logistics Support
##3282# EPST menu
##3424# Diagnostic mode
##33284# Field test
##8626337# Launch Vocoder
*#*#4636#*#* HTC info menu

10. Huawei

Dialer Codes Description
*#*#2846579#*#* Project menu
*#*#273282*255*663282*#*#* Backup all media files
*#301279# HSDPA/HSUPA control menu

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q1. Are all secret codes common for all Android versions?

Ans. The USSD codes mentioned in the beginning of the article are common for all Android versions. However, there are a few codes that are limited to certain versions and manufacturers that have been listed separately.

Q2. How to enter USSD codes on an Android device?

Ans. Open the Phone dialer app and type the USSD code. The code will then generate the necessary information or perform the desired function as it is supposed to.

Q3. How to know that the codes are working on my device?

Ans. To see if the code is working on your phone, you need to enter the code in the phone dialer app. If the required information is provided or an action is performed, then the code is working on your device. If nothing happens, then the code won’t work. Refer to the Android phone manufacturer code list given above for specific USSD codes.

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Pete Mitchell

Pete is a Senior staff writer at TechCult. Pete loves all things technology and is also an avid DIYer at heart. He has a decade of experience writing how-tos, features, and technology guides on the internet.

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