This code unlocks a secret menu in most Samsung Galaxy smartphones

Samsung Smartphone Secret Menu

Samsung Galaxy phones, especially the flagships, come with a lot of nifty features. While the company advertises most of them, there are some that largely remain unknown. Among the unknown features is one that lets you access a hidden diagnostics menu.

What does this diagnostics menu do in a Samsung Galaxy phone? It’s handy when you’re facing issues with the smartphone. The menu lets you check a lot of aspects. That includes checking the screen, testing the speakers, and seeing if the cameras work as they should.

How Do You Access This Secret Menu on a Samsung Galaxy Smartphone?

There’s no need to go through any intricate steps to get into the secret menu on your Samsung Galaxy smartphone. All you need to do is press *#0*# on the dialer app, and the menu will pop up. From this menu, you can figure out if all the core hardware of your phone is working as it should.

Samsung Galaxy M55

Some of the options might seem a little bit technical, though. For example, there’s one option on the secret menu that lets you test the sensors. But the good news is that you don’t need to do anything complex. After you select the option, the menu will let you know if it’s working correctly.

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However, the most useful thing about the secret menu on Samsung phones is the ability to check the screen. This can be very handy when you’re trying to repair the display. It will help you check the touch functionality, brightness, and more.

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Samsung hidden menu

Worth noting that this secret menu code only appears to work on Samsung smartphones. It didn’t work on my Xiaomi phone, but I could successfully get into it on my old Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. Watch the video attached below to learn more about this secret menu and how you can use it to diagnose issues.


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