How to know original phone and fake phone

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How to know original phone and fake phone

  1. 1. HOW TO KNOW ORIGINAL PHONE AND FAKE PHONE Before you buy a new phone dial *#06# , it will display the serial numberor IMEI number which may be 15 digits or more but must begin with 35. Now check whether the number displayedis the same with the number on the battery base. If its original the numbers would be the same, if fake the numbers would be different. You can check your phone right now to know whether you are using original phone or fake phone. PRODUCT CODES FOR NOKIA NOKIA IMEI number *#06# Software version *#0000# NOTE: AT YOUR REQUEST WE WILL SEND YOU THE UNLOCK CODES FOR ALL BELOW CODES HOW TO STOP RECEIVING CALLS ON YOUR PHONE OR PUT PHONE ON SMS MODE (Example; when you are in a meeting or sleeping or at work) Dial *35*0000*11#. From then on you will not receive phone calls.HOW TO STOP RECEIVING SMS ON YOUR PHONE (Example; when you are in a meeting or sleeping or at work) Dial *35*0000*16#. From then on you will not receive SMS HOW TO CHANGE YOUR NETWORK BARRING CODE (free info) To change your Network Barring code enter: **03*330*old_password*new_password*new_password#. For Example: **03*330*0000*5555*5555#
  2. 2. HOW TO MAKE SOMEBODY TO PAY IF THEY FLASH YOU (free info) If somebody is flashing you and you want to make him/her pay just dial **21*171NUMBER OF THE FLASHER#. From then on if the person flash you again his/her money will be off. Please dont use this code to wicked somebody unless you have told the person not to call you again. To cancel dial ##21#. Remember for some phones ##21# means to bar all incoming calls. Dont use these codes if you dont know what you are doing.HOW TO STOP SOMEBODY FROM MAKING CALL WITH YOUR PHONE (Local calls) With this code you will be the only person to make LOCAL calls from your phone. Nobody will be able to make call from your phone even if you have credit. To lock dial *33*0000#HOW TO STOP SOMEBODY FROM MAKING CALL WITH YOUR PHONE(international calls) With this code you will be the only person to make INTERNATIONAL calls from your phone. Nobody will be able to make call from your phone even if you have credit. To lock Dial *331*0000#HOW TO ANSWER YOUR CALLS FROM ANOTHERPERSONS PHONE (IF YOUR BATTERY IS LOW OR YOUR PHONE IS OFF)Before you totally run out of battery dial **21*PHONE NUMBER OF THE PERSON YOU WANT TO RECEIVE YOUR CALLS FROM# From then if somebody call you it will ring on the persons phone you have put.
  3. 3. IF YOU CANNOT RECEIVE OR MAKE CALLS REFRESH YOUR SIGNAL Dial #330*0000# to cancel all call barrings. (free info) HOW TO HIDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER WHEN MAKING A CALL (free info) Dial #31#(plus the phone number you want to call)Important: If you have set your phone to hide caller ID you can always select who you want to see your phone number; Dial *31#(plus the phone number you want to call) To know your caller ID status Dial *#31# NOTE BELOW WARNING!!. These codes are very sensitive so Iam not giving it away for free. This codes can break marriages and cause serious troubles between friends. If you need the codesthen contact me. You will pay US$140 to have it all and you must be over 18 years of age before I give it to you. All you would need do is put the code on the persons phone and whenever the person receives a call it will also ring on your own phone whether you live in the same house or whether you live in different cities apart you would be able to listen to his/her phone conversations. Wait until the person pick up the call first then you can start listening to their conversations. Its as simple as that.For the SMS no need to wait just go ahead and read their SMS once you receive them.
  4. 4. However, if you use this codes for the right reasons it is actually very helpful. For example I use it to listen to my wifes phone conversations. But before doing that Iinformed my wife in advance about it and she is aware I am monitoring her calls. Forthis she dont mess around. I also monitor my sons call who is in school and he is also aware I am listening to his phone conversations. I told him before puting the codes. Guides to understanding GSM codes IMPORTANT TELECOMMUNICATIONS ABBREVIATIONS YOU NEED TO KNOW GSM: Global system for mobile communications PMB: Per munite billing SIM: Subscribers identification module DC: Direct current BAIC: Barring of all incoiming calls IDD: International direct dialling PIN: Personal identification number BI: Basic information OSS: Operation and support sub-system HLR: Home location register SMS: Short message service ISDN: Integrated service digital network PC: Personal computer PUK: PIN unblocking keys PTC: Private telecommunications center MRF: Mobile radio frequency IMEI: International mobile equipment identity CUG: Close users group MCC: Mobile country code CW: Call waiting PSB: Per seconds billing MMS: Multimedia message service WAP: Wireless application protocol
  5. 5. SMS Message Delivery ConfirmationSome GSM handsets have a built-in feature to let you know when your SMSmessage has been delivered, which may be a nice feature to have. Of course, itsalso much more common on newer phones. If youre using a more recent handset,say, a newer Nokia or the latest Iphone 4, its worth checking before using thisworkaround. If your handset doesnt support this or you wish to manually use thisfeature then prefix your outgoing message with 111 or*noti#, such as: To: +1-250-555-1212 Message: 111Hey Steve -- give me a call ASAP The recipient of the message wont receive the "111" or "*noti#" at the beginning of the message, but you will receive a confirmation that it has been delivered to their handset. Note that not all GSM networks support this feature (e.g., Fido in Canada supports 111, T-Mobile supports *noti#)GSM Code Scheme and PasswordsMost of the codes given below follow this pattern. With enough use, you will learnto know what each means: * activate ** register and activate *# check status # unregister ## unregister and deactivateSome service providers will also let you change your passwords as follows: Change Call Barring PIN code: **03*oldPIN*newPIN*newPIN# Change SIM PIN code: **04*oldPIN*newPIN*newPIN#If you have never set a PIN before, try the usual default of 0000, 1111, or thelast 4 digits of your phone number. If none of these work then contact your serviceprovider. Note that the PIN is not the same as the Call Barring [code] given in theCall Barring section below.Call ForwardingGSM supports four different types of Call Forwarding or Call Diversion. These are:Forward all calls Unconditionally forwards all calls made to your phone to another location, such as another phone number or voice mail. This setting, if activated,
  6. 6. overrides all other types of conditional forwarding mentioned below.Forward if busy/engaged Forwards calls to another location if you are using your phone and you have either disabled call waiting or if you are in the process of making an outgoing call.Forward if no answer Will forward calls to another location if the call is not answered after a set period of time.Forward if unreachable Forwards calls to another location if the handset is off or outside a service area.The table below gives the call forwarding codes. Hit [SEND] after anycommand. Some of these commands may be accessible on your handsetsmenu, but this varies between handsets and service providers.[dest] refers to the destination number, if long distance remember to add theappropriate prefix codes; [sec] refers to the delay in seconds before forwarding thecall. Minimum 5 Maximum 30 in 5 second increments only (i.e., 5,10,15,20,25, or30; default is usually 15).Feature All Calls Voice Calls Data Calls Fax Calls Line 2 CallsForwardallActivate: *21*[dest] *21*[dest]*1 *21*[dest]*2 *21*[dest]*1 *21*[dest]*8Cancel&R # 1# 5# 3# 9#etain: #21# #21*11# #21*25# #21*13# #21*89#Reestabli *21# *21*11# *21*25# *21*13# *21*89#sh: ##21# ##21*11# ##21*25# ##21*13# ##21*89#Cancel&F *#21# *#21*11# *#21*25# *#21*13# *#21*89#orget:Status:If busyActivate:Cancel&R *67*[dest] *67*[dest]*1 *67*[dest]*2 *67*[dest]*1 *67*[dest]*8etain: # 1# 5# 3# 9#Reestabli #67# #67*11# #67*25# #67*13# #67*89#sh: *67# *67*11# *67*25# *67*13# *67*89#Cancel&F ##67# ##67*11# ##67*25# ##67*13# ##67*89#orget: *#67# *#67*11# *#67*25# *#67*13# *#67*89#Status:If noanswer *61*[dest] *61*[dest]*1 *61*[dest]*2 *61*[dest]*1 *61*[dest]*8Activate: *[sec]# 1*[sec]# 5*[sec]# 3*[sec]# 9*[sec]#Cancel&R #61# #61*11# #61*25# #61*13# #61*89#etain: *61# *61*11# *61*25# *61*13# *61*89#Reestabli ##61# ##61*11# ##61*25# ##61*13# ##61*89#sh: *#61# *#61*11# *#61*25# *#61*13# *#61*89#
  7. 7. Cancel&Forget:Status:IfunreachableActivate: *62*[dest] *62*[dest]*1 *62*[dest]*2 *62*[dest]*1 *62*[dest]*8Cancel&R # 1# 5# 3# 9#etain: #62# #62*11# #62*25# #62*13# #62*89#Reestabli *62# *62*11# *62*25# *62*13# *62*89#sh: ##62# ##62*11# ##62*25# ##62*13# ##62*89#Cancel&F *#62# *#62*11# *#62*25# *#62*13# *#62*89#orget:Status:All 4Activate:Cancel&R *002*[dest *002*[dest]* *002*[dest]* *002*[dest]* *002*[dest]*etain: ]# 11# 25# 13# 89#Reestabli #002# #002*11# #002*25# #002*13# #002*89#sh: *002# *002*11# *002*25# *002*13# *002*89#Cancel&F ##002# ##002*11# ##002*25# ##002*13# ##002*89#orget: *#002# *#002*11# *#002*25# *#002*13# *#002*89#Status:AllconditionalsActivate: *004*[dest *004*[dest]* *004*[dest]* *004*[dest]* *004*[dest]*Cancel&R ]# 11# 25# 13# 89#etain: #004# #004*11# #004*25# #004*13# #004*89#Reestabli *004# *004*11# *004*25# *004*13# *004*89#sh: ##004# ##004*11# ##004*25# ##004*13# ##004*89#Cancel&F *#004# *#004*11# *#004*25# *#004*13# *#004*89#orget:Status:Most people will arrange to forward their voice calls to a voice mailbox number. ForCanadian Fido customers, you can enter the number "3436" (this spells FIDO) intothe [dest] field and this will set the local voice mailbox access number automaticallyfor you. If you are unsure what your local voice mailbox number is then contactyour service provider.GSM also supports call forwarding if you hit the end key on an incoming call. This isparticularly handy if your phone rings and you either cant or dont want to answerit. Hitting the [END] key will automatically forward the caller to whatever numberyou have set up to forward to under the "forward if no answer" or "forward all". If
  8. 8. you havent set up call forwarding and hit the [END] key during an incoming callthen your caller will hear an initial ringing tone followed by a busy or engaged tone.Call WaitingActivate: *43#Cancel: #43#Status: *#43#To answer an incoming call waiting just hit the [SEND] key and your first caller willbe put on hold and you can talk to the second caller. Alternatively you can hit[2][SEND].To join both callers in a conference call, select the "join" or "conference" setting onyour phone (not supported on all handsets).If you wish to take the second call and are finished talking to the first caller then hitthe [END] key and your phone will start ringing with the second caller and then hit[SEND] to answer the call. Alternatively you can hit [1][SEND].If you do not wish to talk to the second caller and want to continue to talk to thefirst caller you can either choose to ignore the call waiting tone or hit [0][SEND].Caller ID / Call DisplayIf you wish to either show or hide your phone number on outgoing calls then you may either setthis on your phones menu or manually enter the code before dialing. These codes will overridewhatever menu setting you have on a per-call basis.Do not display: #31#[phone number]Display: *31#[phone number]Status: *#31#North American GSM service providers also support the landline codes for thisfeature (these also work on CDMA and iDEN phones):Do not display: *67[phone number]Display: *82[phone number]There are also codes to show or prevent incoming numbers from being shown onyour handset if you subscribe to this feature. Im not too sure why youd want to dothis, but just in case you do:
  9. 9. Do not display: #30#Display: *30#Status: *#30#Call BarringIf you wish to restrict calls that can be made or received by your handset then this is referred toas "Call Barring". All Call Barring codes are specific to your network, so youll have to ask yourservice provider what [code] to enter below:Featu All Outgoing Incoming Outgoing Outgoing Incoming re Internatio Intl outside nal except home home country countryActiva **330*[cod **333*[cod **35*[cod **331*[cod **332*[cod **351*[codte: e]# e]# e]# e]# e]# e]#Cance ##330*[co ##333*[co ##35*[co ##331*[co ##332*[co ##351*[col: de]# de]# de]# de]# de]# de]#Status *#330# *#333# *#35# *#331# *#332# *#351#:Do Not DisturbThis particular feature is available from some North American GSM, CDMA, and iDENproviders:Do not disturb: *78Cancel: *79Other Miscellaneous CodesThese have been collected from various sources and may be specific to certain networks only.Use at your own risk!Minutes Used: #646# (646 spells MIN)Own Number: *#100#HLR number: *#101#Switch number: *#102#Network Time: *#103#Voice mailbox number: *#104#Switch number: *#105#
  10. 10. Last Caller: *#147#Vodafone Prepaid balance: *#1345# or *174# Tips and Secrets Sony PCS | iDEN | Nokia General | Nokia 6185/6188 Motorola | Ericsson | Samsung | GSM Codes | LG

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