Useful Hidden Codes for your iPhone [Tip]

There are several hidden codes in mobiles which are unknown to mass of end users. These codes help users to go to some unseen menus, data etc. Like other mobile phones our beloved iPhone also have some hidden codes which provide technical support in several sections like SIM, network, calling, identification etc.

We have mentioned the complete list of codes below, their working and brief introduction to those codes.

Note: Simple procedure to use these codes is to dial these codes through your iPhone and press “call” button.

*#21# – This code is used to get data associated to calls and SMS like call forwarding, SMS, data calls etc. Technique as explained before is to dial this code and press “call” button.

*3001#12345#* - Network of cells and strength of signals and its relevant internal operating information is displayed when this code is entered followed by “call” button.

*#06# – This is one of the most famous and popular codes with its widespread usage.  It shows IMEI number which is specific and unique to every cell phone. Telephone operator can identify this IMEI number along with SIM information.

##002# – Please enter this code to deactivate all kinds of call diverts.

*#33# – All records related to outgoing calls can be retrieved by using this code.

*#67# – Whenever phone is engage this code can be utilized to display information call

*#43# - For all type “waiting” services like call or SMS call waiting, fax call waiting and data call waiting this value is used  with “call” button afterwards.

*#30# – If you want to hide or display your identity during calls you can use this code. You can enable or disable your identification while calling. Your cell phone number is exposed when you activate this service and hidden if you deactivate the same.

If any of the above mentioned code doesn’t work for you, don’t hesitate to leave a comment below.

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11 Responses to Useful Hidden Codes for your iPhone [Tip]

  1. Fergy says:

    The *#30# one doesn’t work for me. It just says its an invalid call. I’m on iPhone 4S 5.1.1 Jailbroken on Sprint.

  2. Sam says:

    Are all of these permanent once entered?


  3. Robert says:

    *#30# comes back as “code not valid”

  4. Wapsley says:

    *#30# comes back as “code not valid”

    *#30# –> *#31#

  5. dev says:

    *#30# how do you deactivate ??

  6. emre says:

    ofcourse it wont work you got to use it like this:
    *#30#phonenumber (*#30#12345678)
    than you call unkown it wont show your number

  7. Nessaja says:

    It’s #30# followed by the number, some phones prefer *30*

  8. Chuck says:

    I didn’t see the one I use the most, *3282# provide usage info for billing cycle (SMS, talk, data). Is this carrier specific to AT&T?

  9. Sarath says:

    Identity disable isnt working

  10. dev says:

    thanks @all

  11. chris says:

    how do u undo one of these im more interested in undoing *#21#

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