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How to get int service/programming menu on 3285

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by GoodmanR, Jul 10, 2003.

  1. GoodmanR

    GoodmanR Silver Senior Member
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    Anyone know?

    Thanks
     
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  2. Buickman

    Buickman Gearhead/Gadget freak
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    You and I should just swap phone numbers ( ha ha ). anyway, type in *3001#12345#, and there ya go. You have to power the phone down to exit the menu.
     
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  3. GoodmanR

    GoodmanR Silver Senior Member
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    haha thanks. i think thats it for now. i just got a vx6000 and im gonna use this when i travel and need analog...

    i do tech stuff for my company and know how to do the service menus on most phones, but havent dealt with nokia much as were mostly cdma.

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