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    Does anyone know the new code to install the Diagnostics app on the 920? ##634# doesn't work, it now opens a 'Color and Counter' app instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toddpart View Post
    Does anyone know the new code to install the Diagnostics app on the 920? ##634# doesn't work, it now opens a 'Color and Counter' app instead.
    Nothing yet. ##634# for me opens the life timer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toddpart View Post
    Does anyone know the new code to install the Diagnostics app on the 920? ##634# doesn't work, it now opens a 'Color and Counter' app instead.
    interesting same here.
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    Bump...

    Finding this app for the 920 will help the people track down battery hogging apps, using the amp meter function.
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    Been searching around for this with no luck. Anyone find anything?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gtbuzz View Post
    Been searching around for this with no luck. Anyone find anything?
    I asked the question on one of the "official" Nokia blogs, and "Kosh," a Nokia Community Manager, shot me down. Obvious bullsh*t, of course. But why Nokia wouldn't allow customer access, is beyond me. Collectively, we could solve the app/battery questions a lot faster...

    "The diagnostics tool is no longer available in Windows Phone 8."

    See posts 4 and 5 below:
    Nokia Support Discussions - Advice for customers reporting higher than expecte... - Nokia Support Discussions

    We need a mole inside Nokia to give us the secret code....
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    Field Test: ##3282#
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    has anyone found the code yet?
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    Bump.

    It works on the 8X so its not been removed from WP8, just Nokia....
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    ##3282# just returns my phone number on my 920. I just got LTE in my area and my battery went from a nice 2-days per charge to a not-so-nice 6-8 hours per charge. But boy, can I ever text message super frickin fast now... totally worth it <rolleyes>

    Hopefully someone will figure the code out, and I'll just disable LTE permanently.
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    ##3282 + call. This works on my unlocked L920. It opens the field test app.

    Edit: Source: New dial codes - Post-Portico update - xda-developers
    Last edited by Vikram Dinesh; 04-12-2013 at 04:21 AM. Reason: Added source
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vikram Dinesh View Post
    ##3282 + call. This works on my unlocked L920. It opens the field test app.

    Edit: Source: New dial codes - Post-Portico update - xda-developers
    This doesn't work after the 1308 update.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crav4speed View Post
    This doesn't work after the 1308 update.
    Works on my unlocked L920. Just tested it again. The version on my phone is 1232.5957.1308.1
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vikram Dinesh View Post
    Works on my unlocked L920. Just tested it again. The version on my phone is 1232.5957.1308.1
    I believe AT&T has disabled any way to turn off 4G. In Australia I can go into settings and set highest connection level to 4g, 3g or 2g. Or i can use ##3282 and disable it there (although the settings way is much nicer). This is on 1308 as well. Both still work.
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    The dropping of the ##3282# code was not an AT&T thing. I've got two Lumia 920s, the unlocked ones that were given out at the Microsoft Build conference. One I received at the build conference last fall, which had issues with the first upgrade that Nokia released. It has since been upgraded to 1308 without problems. During that first upgrade, it appears they also upgraded the radio firmware, which removed or changed the ##3282# field test. Because of the problems I had with that upgrade, Nokia sent me another of the developer phones, which had not been upgraded, so I updated it to the 1308 firmware. Surprisingly, the radio firmware did not upgrade. It is an older version. The older version shows "4G" when running on LTE, while the newer version on the other phone shows "L" for LTE. The newer version also doesn't launch the field test when dialing ##3282# but the old radio does. Other than that, the other firmware components are the same. So i'm not sure why the radio firmware is no longer upgrading.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nikhilr51 View Post
    I believe AT&T has disabled any way to turn off 4G. In Australia I can go into settings and set highest connection level to 4g, 3g or 2g. Or i can use ##3282 and disable it there (although the settings way is much nicer). This is on 1308 as well. Both still work.
    AT&T wants to decongest it's HSPA network by forcing everyone to LTE I guess. American carriers always do stuff like this.
    Phone History (hopefully in order): Samsung SGH-D407 > AT&T (HTC) Tilt > Sony Ericsson W580 > Blackberry Curve 8900 > Sony Ericsson C901 > HTC Touch Pro 2 > Blackberry 9700 > iPhone 3GS > Motorola Defy > Blackberry 9650 > iPhone 4 > Nokia E71 > Dell Venue Pro > HTC Titan > HTC Titan II > Lumia 900 + Samsung Galaxy Exhibit > Nokia Lumia 920 + Nokia Lumia 521 + Motorola RAZR V3xx
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    EE is also guilty of disabling ##3282. So yeah, it's annoying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paladinleeds View Post
    EE is also guilty of disabling ##3282. So yeah, it's annoying.
    Probably to force people to LTE?

    How was Orange and T-Mobile UK before the merger? When I was looking at some of the tests done by RootMetrics, they didn't seem too good.

    Oh, and may I ask where did you get that banner in your sig with your phone history? I want something like that, and I knew I saw it before, I guess it was yours that I saw.
    Phone History (hopefully in order): Samsung SGH-D407 > AT&T (HTC) Tilt > Sony Ericsson W580 > Blackberry Curve 8900 > Sony Ericsson C901 > HTC Touch Pro 2 > Blackberry 9700 > iPhone 3GS > Motorola Defy > Blackberry 9650 > iPhone 4 > Nokia E71 > Dell Venue Pro > HTC Titan > HTC Titan II > Lumia 900 + Samsung Galaxy Exhibit > Nokia Lumia 920 + Nokia Lumia 521 + Motorola RAZR V3xx
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    Quote Originally Posted by alpinestars1z View Post
    Probably to force people to LTE?

    How was Orange and T-Mobile UK before the merger? When I was looking at some of the tests done by RootMetrics, they didn't seem too good.

    Oh, and may I ask where did you get that banner in your sig with your phone history? I want something like that, and I knew I saw it before, I guess it was yours that I saw.
    Not sure it is to force people to LTE as I can still choose between 3G and 4G. I think it's to force people off 2G more than anything else.

    I never really used Orange before the merger. Was always an O2 person.

    And as for the sig, try the link in the signature image (if there is one)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paladinleeds View Post
    Not sure it is to force people to LTE as I can still choose between 3G and 4G. I think it's to force people off 2G more than anything else.
    Oh, maybe so they can refarm the spectrum? *shrugs*
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    Quote Originally Posted by alpinestars1z View Post
    Oh, maybe so they can refarm the spectrum? *shrugs*
    Could well be.

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