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CSD Tool - hardware test application

 
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PostPosted: Sunday, 12.Jan.2014 19:12    Post subject: CSD Tool - hardware test application   Reply with quote   

While browsing the file system I've recently found a nice preinstalled application called CSD Tool - it is a harware testing application making it possible to check almost every hardware feature of the device.

To launch it, simply open the Terminal application and type csd. Alternatively, those who don't have the Developer mode enabled (and thus do not have the Terminal application in the menu) can start the tool by typing in the Phone application (as if they were entering a phone number) the following string: *#*#310#*#*

The application includes the following tests:
- 2G
- 3G
- GPS
- Touch panel
- Surround touch
- Multi-touch
- LCD
- LCD backlight
- Light sensor
- Proximity sensor
- Gyro sensor
- Compass
- Microphones
- Headset
- Audio playback to loudspeaker, earpiece, handset
- WLAN
- Bluetooth
- NFC
- Front camera
- Back camera and flashlight
- Battery
- USB charging
- Discharging
- LED
- Vibrator
- SIM card
- SD card
- Hardware keys
- Headset detection
- TOH



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PostPosted: Wednesday, 15.Jan.2014 11:09    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

Thank you Michal for finding that. How did you find out the "Keycodes"?
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PostPosted: Thursday, 16.Jan.2014 07:13    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

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How did you find out the "Keycodes"?

You can find it in /etc/gconf/schemas/csd.schemas file Wink
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