HiddenMenus App For Android
We’ve seen a few Android apps around that make it easy for users to enter hidden menus on their mobile devices. This is another such app, but is XDA forum member lorenx‘s first published Android app.
The dev states that it’s a pretty simple application, listing some hidden tasks and activities such as ‘checkin’ and ‘info’, which may come in useful with the upcoming Gingerbread OTA.
The XDA member also mentions that as a Nexus One owner, the codes in the app may not cover other device shortcuts and hence is open to suggestions of other codes.
For more information, visit the application thread.
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