my motorola motofone f3


the very first phone. i used it. i loved it. its working. its cute. its lightweight. its cheap [even if i lost it, i can buy it again without leaving too much hole].  good battery life. clear conversations. hot!.

but

its not that easy to use. display is ugly. limited character support. sluggish. hanged often. only sim memory. only meant for enthusiast.

again but …

they love this phone.

it has useful advanced command not accessible directly through the menu. here’s the list:

Phone Setting

Number Code

Reset Factory settings

000

Restricted Calling (Phonebook only) ON | OFF

160|161

Keypad tones ON | OFF

250|251

Auto keypad lock ON | OFF

260|261

Set SIM Pin

300

SIM Pin ON | OFF

310|311

Select time format

470

Prepaid Balance Display ON | OFF

500|501

Voice Prompts ON | OFF
(can also be toggled by pressing
[action] on the volume menu)

510|511

Change Language

520

Set Balance Inquiry Number to # *

642

Set Voicemail number

644

Those are the ‘official’ codes, covered in the manual. Now for the experimental part…
Note: Use these at your own risk, even before these codes were posted here phone numbers were lost from a SIM card because of them, so back up your numbers before you use them!

Undocumented Codes – Use at your own risk!

Display total time of accepted incoming calls

111

Display total time of outgoing calls

121

Switch Audible call minute counter (beep) ON|OFF

130|131

Region Code display ON | OFF

400|401

List available networks with option to change to another network

402

Display network currently receiving service from

480

Display list of networks within range

481

View / Edit Service Cell Number (SMS Service)

643

Delete ALL stored messages

700

Enter SMS prepay query code (?)

701

The following codes work AS IS, i.e. without entering the * around them

Phone information details

* * 9 9 9 9 * [action]

Cell phone serial number

* # 0 6 # [action]

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