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    Default lifetime call timer???

    I can't find it any where it is any body know. Thanks jason

    Btw this is a lifetime call timer for all phone calls
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    I know with my Hero I have to type in ##786# and it gives me a whole ton of info about the phone you can't find anywhere else. Perhaps Verizon has some type of code to type in to get this info.
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    Thanks did not work for droid though ill hafto ask vzw when I get around thatgp way ;p.
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    there are a couple of option you can try. I have used them a little bit but it might contain the info you seek.
    1) dial *#*#4636#*#*, brings up an option menu
    2) dial ##PROGRAM, code is 000000, also brings up an option menu, this one can be used to change your phones vocode, but tons of other options as well
    *****BUT BE VERY CAREFUL WHILE IN THESE MENU'S, CHANGES COULD BRICK YOUR PHONE*********
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    Quote Originally Posted by kamileon View Post
    1) dial *#*#4636#*#*, brings up an option menu
    FYI - The app Spare Parts allows you to access this info without typing all that mumbo jumbo in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tdawgui View Post
    FYI - The app Spare Parts allows you to access this info without typing all that mumbo jumbo in.
    True but why download an app to take up space to do something already installed on the phone???

    And you only have to type in all that mumbo jumbo once, put it in your phone as a saved contact
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    Quote Originally Posted by kamileon View Post
    True but why download an app to take up space to do something already installed on the phone???
    the app is 44kb. That's basically the size of a shortcut... but to each their own.

    I prefer the Spare Parts app because it also gives you access to the battery history/information plus a few other features hidden within the phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tdawgui View Post
    the app is 44kb. That's basically the size of a shortcut... but to each their own.

    I prefer the Spare Parts app because it also gives you access to the battery history/information plus a few other features hidden within the phone.
    You are talking about the Droid, correct??? Because all that comes up in the settings menu of the phone. Just wondering really what the "hidden features" are you speak of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kamileon View Post
    You are talking about the Droid, correct??? Because all that comes up in the settings menu of the phone. Just wondering really what the "hidden features" are you speak of.
    Download Spare Parts.

    You'll see what I'm talking about... nothing too fancy shmancy, but it opens up some extra things (animation speed, transition speed, that might be all that isn't accessible elsewhere...)

    EDIT: Yes... I'm talking about the Droid.
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    thanks for the info was not exactly what i was looking for though :P. unless i missed some thing in there, on blackberry if you go to dialer and hit menu you can view status if i recall that shows last call time and timer of all calls made.

    thanks for all the help

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