The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Secret service menu grants you the ability to check and modify some stuff on your device concerning some certain things. In case you were thinking to access the secret service menu will turn you into a secret service agent automatically, then I’m sorry to disappoint you. But, how cool would that be?
While the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Secret Service menu would not transform you into a secret service agent. It can let you see some cool stuff about your phone. That is if you know what to do with the information. Like the accelerometer sensor, Light sensor, proximity sensor and the rest.
For example, if your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 GPS has been malfunctioning of late and you have tried the methods I’ve listed in the how to fix Samsung Galaxy Note 8 GPS problem article. And it still did not work, you can then access the secret service menu and check if the magnetic Sensor responsible for the GPS navigation is functional.
Now let’s get down the main point of the article.
How To Access Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Secret Service Menu
- Navigate to your Dialer App and Input *#0 *#.
A Menu should pop up showing you tiles of different details options. Clicking any options will bring out a sub-menu with another set of different options.
For example, If you click on “Sensor” you would see the following:
- Proximity Sensor.
- Light Sensor.
- Accelerometer Sensor and others.
Clicking on any of the options will run a specific test and show you the results of said test. You can also click on other tiles to see details about other sections. If you are a technician or that tech-inclined, you would know what to do with such details.
Disclaimer: This process is just for educational purposes and you should only look at the details only. Please Do not edit or modify ANYTHING whatsoever unless you are sure of what you are doing. We are not to be held responsible for any damages done to your device if you do modify or edit anything.
I guess Samsung put the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Secret Service Menu there for a reason. And I’m also guessing it is to help them easily diagnose the phone and determine the issue with the phone, on the off-chance someone brings a “faulty” device to their office.
They easily run a test, modify the settings and get it working if they can and hand it over to you in just a couple of hours. Sounds great, doesn’t it?