LG Optimus G Hidden Menu

Have you noticed there is some sort of ‘hidden menu’ on the LG Optimus G? Here I got the secret menu to come up. On the LG Optimus G dial 3845#*970#.

After entering the code you get a menu with the following:

  1. Device Test
    1. All Auto Test – Normal Mode
    2. All Auto Test – Partial
    3. All Audo Test Result – Partial
    4. All Auto Test – Full
    5. Normal Boot (+power key)
    6. FTM Boot (+power key)
    7. Power Off (+power key)
  2. ELT Test
    1. Automatic Mode
    2. Manual Mode
    3. Test Start
  3. Field Tests –LG
    1. MRU Clear
    2. Emergency Number
  4. Data –LG
    1. DUN NAI
    2. PPP Carrier
  5. CDG2 Setting (On/Off)
    1. On
    2. Off
  6. ICC Activation Setting
    1. Off (checked)
    2. On
  7. H/W Test –LG
    1. Set RF Mode
    2. LCD Always On
    3. ALC_TEST
    4. RTC Test
    5. Tuning for ambient light sensor
    6. Set Operation Mode
    7. Rx Control
    8. Tx Control
    9. ETC
    10. Bypass Booting
    11. SMPL Counter
    12. Charging On/Off
    13. LCD Q Test
    14. Clear Data Area
    15. Qwt Keypad Test
    16. Camera Aging Test
    17. BaseBand Auto Test
    18. Camera CLK
    19. Audiosystem Earjack Test
    20. Vibrator Duration Test
  8. FFC Test –LG
    1. Bluetooth FFC (Bluetooth DUT Mode Test)
    2. WiFi FFC Test
  9. WAP Setting –LG
    1. Change UAString
    2. Edit UAString
    3. Enable/Disable UAProfile
    4. Edit UAProfile
    5. View UAString/UAProfile
    6. Display Certificates
    7. Reset to Default
  10. Battery Test –LG
    1. Battery Information
  11. TouchScreen –LG
    1. Multi Touch Test
    2. Finger Paint
    3. Dot Finger Paint
    4. Touch Sensing Test 5*9
    5. Key Touch Sensing Test 4*7
    6. Grid Touch Test 4*7
    7. Touch Key Test
    8. Grid Touch Color Change
    9. Block Touch Test
    10. Touch Firmware Version
    11. Touch Firmware Upgrade
    12. Check Synaptics Touch Panel
  12. Bluetooth Setting –LG
    1. SIG
    2. LOG
    3. DUT
    4. BT Test
    5. BT Dev Settings
  13. Wi-Fi setting –LG
    1. Net Info
    2. Available Net
    3. Saved Net
    4. FTM Test
    5. OTA Setting
    6. One Way Test
    7. Wi-Fi Debug Screen
    8. Wi-Fi Ping Test/User Command
  14. Test Mode –LG
    1. Vibrator Test
  15. Audio Setting –LG
    1. Ring
    2. Effect Sound
    3. Message Tone
    4. Mic1 Loop Back Test
    5. Mic2 Loop Back Test
    6. Audio CAL Tool
  16. Memory Leakage –LG
  17. RX Diversity
    1. No MRD
    2. MRD with SHDR
    3. MRD with 1stTX 2ndRX
    4. MRD with No SHDR
  18. Folder Test
    1. LCD Test
    2. Touch Drawing Test
    3. TouchKey Test
    4. All Auto Test
  19. IRT Test
    1. ITRT_RF_BC0_TEST
    2. ITRT_RF_BC1_TEST
    3. ITRT_RF_TEST_OFF
  20. Charging Test
  21. AutoRun Enable/Disable
  22. BUA Sever Change
  23. MMS – LG
  24. HW Revision
  25. Sub All Auto Test
  26. GSM/UMTS Setting
  27. Semi-booting mode
  28. Log Service
  29. Charging Mode On/Off
  30. GPS Test
  31. NFC Test
  32. HDMI Test
  33. FOTA Test
  34. ITS
  35. VSIM
  36. WVDRM Keybox
  37. BIP (Enable)
  38. UICC Profile
  39. UICC BIP Operation
  40. Set HFA Flag(SPG Only)
  41. GOTA Test
  42. IOT Hidden Menu

Warning: Changes are to be done at your own risk!

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11 thoughts on “LG Optimus G Hidden Menu”

  1. Thanks for the code list SONNETTIE.

    I am hoping someone can help me escape the FTM Mode on LG G2. I successfully flashed firmware LGD800V10o to un-brick my G2, except after reboot I was stuck in this FTM mode(even after factory reset). Then overnight it updated OTA to firmware V10q which seemed ok just like after flashing the V10o but it is still stuck in FTM Mode.
    I was going to reflash the rom thinking that was the issue but my windows PC sees the device and loads the drivers fine for the COM port and the modem, but PC cannot communicate with phone except in download mode for some reason. I was able to access settings menu on G2 (through pull down screen, then through wifi/network settings) to set the developer options and usb debug etc. but cannot access device from PC to push files for the rom flash, or to re-root, or custom recovery.
    Any help would be appreciated.

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