Secret Android codes

Secret Android codes

There are so many secret Android codes and it is very hard to keep them all. That is why we have put the most common and important ones together for you.

To use the code, open your dialer app( the one for making calls) and enter the code. After entering the code, press the green button. Most Android phones will even respond without pressing the green button.

The codes and what they display;


Displays your IMEI number. This is a fifteen digits code that only your phone has which can help you blacklist your phone if someone steals it.


Displays information about phone, battery and usage statistics.


Factory restore. This code will format your phone but will not delete your media files(photos and videos).


It will clean everything on your phone but will also reinstall the phone’s firmware.


It will show you all the information about your phone’s camera.


It displays Wi-Fi Mac Address.


Displays Bluetooth Device Address.


Displays software and hardware information.

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