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Nokia – kody, skróty klawiaturowe

Źródło: http://symbianworld.org/1121-nokia-secret-codes-a-handy-guide/

*#06# displays the IMEI – the serial number – of your phone. On the box of your device there should be the same number on the little sticker on one side of the box.
*#0000# displays the firmware and its date. Additionally there is the type (e.g. RM-159) and the name of your phone. This menu also gives you, if you own a N96, 5800, N85 and some other devices, the chance to update your firmware over the air.
*#92702689# (*#war_anty) displays the “warranty-menu” of your phone. Actually, in S60 it shows the time you spent on calls already.
*#2820# (*#bta_#) displays the bluetooth-address of your device. Every device has another bluetooth-address (works just if it has Bluetooth!).
*#62209526# (*#mac_wlan#) displays the MAC-address of your phone (works just if it has Wireless Lan!).

By pressing 0 (zero) for three seconds on the home-screen you easily can open the web browser.
By pressing the Menu/Home key for three seconds you open the task manager, which shows all opened applications.
Holding # for three seconds on the home screen you change the active profile to silent or back.
In the File manager, Photos application or Gallery you can sent your files really easily by pressing the green-answer key. Once you done that a lists pops up and you can decide whether you want to sent the file via e-mail, Bluetooth, upload it to a service or sent it as a message .

NOTE: The following codes can RESET your phone to the factory settings, all data on it will be deleted!
*#7780# (*#rst_#) does a soft-reset to your phone.
*#7370# (*#res_#) does a hard-reset to your phone.

“Smart-Sizing” the TS Client

“Smart-Sizing” the TS Client

Since the Windows XP timeframe, the TS Client has had the ability to run in “smart-sized” mode (users of Remote Assistance will be familiar with this mode). Smart-sized mode means that the entire remote desktop is always visible in the client window, with no scrollbars being necessary. In effect, for the same size client window, smart-sizing shows you more graphic data, while a non-smart-sized client window has to use scrollbars and shows much less.

Smart-sized client view of a user’s desktop:

Non-smart-size client view (with scrollbars) of the same desktop:

You cannot enable smart-sizing through the TS Client UI, but you can switch it on using RDP file settings. Add the following line to Default.rdp (or any other custom RDP file that you use):

smart sizing:i:1

The next time you connect, your client view will be smart-sized.