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Access Programming Level of the Optimus 7
So, we finally see some good level hacking going on for WP7. This time, XDA member Space! has posted a very interesting guide in the LG Optimus 7 section. Those of you familiar with previous incarnations of WM (particularly CDMA devices) will probably remember EPST (or PST), which basically allows you to mess with many parameters of your radio device. This holds all the important information like your phone number, internet settings, priority for connection to towers, data parameters, and much more. MFG, seems to have similar possibilities as it allows, according to the member, to modify many of the aforementioned parameters plus some registry settings, and even could allow you to use the phone as a wireless modem (tether).
Be advised that by messing with programming level parameters of your device, you can royally screw up your device, so make sure that you know what you are doing before getting started. The guide itself is not complicated, but be careful of what you modify while in there. Happy hacking!
You can have an access to reg, tethering, diag menu, dev menu, etc on lg optimus 7
For this you must install the MFG application:
– in call menu enter ##634# and press call button
Wait few sec until 3min during the MFG installation
– in the application menu use MFG and enter the password: 277634#*# and press enter
You can find more information in the guide thread.
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