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Samsung DParser

Samsung's DParser mode is a specialized service mode that provides advanced users and service technicians with access to diagnostic and configuration functions for various components of Samsung devices. By entering specific DParser mode codes, users can engage with the device's hardware and software on a deeper level, executing tasks like firmware updates, system diagnostics, component testing, and more. This mode is typically accessed through the dialer app using unique codes or via the Android Debug Bridge (ADB) for a more comprehensive interaction. The DParser mode commands listed on this page are essential tools for troubleshooting and optimizing Samsung devices, allowing for a precise and controlled method to ensure the devices are functioning correctly.

Launch DParser Activity

adb shell 'su -c am start com.sec.android.app.parser/com.sec.android.app.parser.SecretCodeIME'
DParser Mode Codes Description
*#9091# Enters the System Dump mode, which allows you to collect detailed system logs and information for troubleshooting purposes.
*#2662# Displays the Touch Key Light duration settings, allowing you to adjust the duration of the touch key backlight.
*#7412365# Enters the Camera Firmware Update mode, which allows you to check and update the firmware of the device's camera module.
*#272886# Opens the Auto Answer menu, allowing you to enable or disable auto-answering of incoming calls.
*#7764726# Enters the Wireless LAN Test menu, providing options to test the Wi-Fi functionality of the device.
*#0289# Opens the Melody Test menu, allowing you to test the device's audio output with different melodies.
*#32489# Enters the Ciphering Info menu, displaying information about the security encryption algorithms used.
*#2664# Opens the Touchscreen Test menu, where you can perform various tests to check the functionality and responsiveness of the device's touchscreen.
*#1111# Shows the FTA (Free To Air) Software version, which is specific to certain Samsung devices.
*#0842# Opens the Vibration Test menu, where you can test the device's vibration motor.
*#1575# Enters the GPS Control menu for testing GPS-related functionalities.
*#2263# Opens the RF Band Selection screen, allowing you to manually select the RF band.
*#2580# Enters the Detect Time Zone menu, which sets the device to automatically detect the time zone.
*#232331# Initiates a Bluetooth Test Mode, providing options for testing Bluetooth functionalities.
*#7353# Opens the Quick Test menu, which comprises various hardware tests for the device.
*#2886# Enters the Phone Test mode, which allows you to test various phone functions.
*#36245# Opens the Email mode, which can be useful for diagnosing email-related issues.
*#872564# Controls the USB Logging settings.
*#8999*8378# Opens the H/W Test Program, which tests different hardware parts of the device.
*#232337# Shows the Bluetooth Device Address.
*#301279# Opens the HSDPA/HSUPA Control Menu, useful for troubleshooting 3G connectivity.