Most Nokia Mobiles and Smartphones have some hidden Nokia codes that can be used to show rare but useful information related to the Nokia Mobile.
These Nokia Codes are used by the men at Service Centers to extract some necessary info from your mobile, but we will tell you how you can do it yourselves to unlock hidden features, info & more!
Type the codes mentioned below (just like you dial a phone number) into your Nokia & the respective info would be displayed.
Your IMEI Number
This code works for any GSM Mobile. IMEI Number is a unique serial number allotted to every GSM mobile.
Nokia Codes for Software Info
Code: *#0000# or *#9999#
A Message will open with following details:
1st Line : Software Version
2nd Line: Software Release Date
3rd Line: Compression Type
Gain ~30% More Battery Life
Activation Code: *4720#
This will activate Half Rate (HR) – a speech coding system for GSM, developed in the 1990s. The Nokia phone will degrade audio quality of your calls, but it will gain approx 30% more battery life.
Deactivation Code: #4720#
Deactivate HR when you have enough battery to improve phone call audio quality.
Works only on select Nokia models.
Nokia Codes to Open Warranty Menu
It will take you to a secret menu where you will find some of the information below:
1. Manufacturing Date.
2. Displays (if there) the date when the phone was purchased.
3. Displays the date of the last repair – if found.
4. Shows life timer of phone (time spent on calling/receiving phone calls)
Restore Factory (Default) Settings
It restores your Nokia’s factory settings, also called default settings.
It doesn’t delete any of your data, only the phone settings are changed back to default.
Bluetooth MAC Address
It will display the MAC Addres of your Nokia Bluetooth. A Media Access Control address (MAC address) is a unique identifier assigned to network devices for communicating on the physical network.
WiFi MAC Address
This will display the MAC Address of your Nokia’s WiFi.
Can be used for MAC Address filtering to secure your WiFi network, know how.
That’s it guys. If you lay your hands on some more Nokia codes, don’t forget to share them in the comments below & we might end up adding it in this list, with of course credit to you 😉