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Re: ## codes

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Originally Posted by signal34 View Post
The ##codes are actually registry settings in HKLM\Services\PhoneExt\KeyProgram. There are two String keys, Postfix and Prefix. These are the characters you need to dial prior to (Prefix) and after (Postfix) the EPST code. Both of my keys have the value "#" (I'm on Sprint) and I can only assume Verizon only has the Prefix key populated.

However I made a bunch of .lnk files a long time ago you can use. Just copy them into a directory and double-click the shortcut you want to run the desired code. Ma not be all encompassing but you can add your own.

## software
Oh, so the files that are in the Windows dir. are just .lnk files. I get it now. So I wonder if I am missing those reg. settings. Guess I'll have to check that out.
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