Test Menu

Test Menu


This app allows you to access the hidden test menu in your Android device.

It gives you all sorts of useful information such as your IMEI number, your WiFi MAC address, your GSM signal strength, application usage statistics, battery information, network carrier info and much much more.

Please note :- This app will NOT work on devices that do not have the ability to make phone calls. This unfortunately includes most tablets. Please check your device has a phone dialer before downloading.

*** This app has been thoroughly tested for use with Froyo, Gingerbread and Ice Cream Sandwich *** This app scans clean with Norton, AVG and Webroot ***

Test Devices : Desire HD, Sensation + One X
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3.5
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10,000+
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File size
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About Test Menu
This app allows you to access the hidden test menu in your Android device.

It gives you all sorts of useful information such as your IMEI number, your WiFi MAC address, your GSM signal strength, application usage statistics, battery information, network carrier info and much much more.

Please note :- This app will NOT work on devices that do not have the ability to make phone calls. This unfortunately includes most tablets. Please check your device has a phone dialer before downloading.

*** This app has been thoroughly tested for use with Froyo, Gingerbread and Ice Cream Sandwich *** This app scans clean with Norton, AVG and Webroot ***

Test Devices : Desire HD, Sensation + One X

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A Google User
Apr 14, 2014
Good idea But you should add more codes Also this won't work on boost moto g
A Google User
Jan 12, 2014
Thank you. Thank you.
A Google User
Jan 11, 2014
Just phone pad Oh well
A Google User
Jan 9, 2014
Works OK on Freelander tablet with Android 4.03 Gives easy access to the hidden Android menu on my chinese tablet running Android 4.03. I needed to know the battery voltage: that was the simplest solution that I was able to find. The application offered the selection of a phone on my non-phone tablet ! And it worked. That was a pleasant surprise.
A Google User
Dec 20, 2013
DON'T BOTHER. P.O.S. My title says it ALL