I came across these hidden codes and I thought it would be nice to share it here.
These sort of codes are often put in place on phones right from the days of feature phones (I like to call them “dumb phones” 🙂 ) and now on smartphones as well so that it can aid in quick troubleshooting and stuffs like that.
When performing tasks in Microsoft Windows, you can save a lot of time by making use of some common keyboard short-cuts instead of wasting time moving your mouse around to control the cursor. You do not necessarily have to click your mouse to perform every action.
Checking the Android version running on your phone is quite very easy and starting from your home screen, it would only take a few taps on your screen for you to get the information that you need.
If you are reading this post, then you are in luck as it is now easier more than ever to set-up a blog these days than it was some years ago. In the early days of the dot-com boom, you would have to really “get your hands dirty” by writing some code to be able to get your blog up and running.