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    Pressing A+B+D on AWG-M100

    Been trying few combinations and gotten some settings menu. This A+B+D got me H-S and the hands point to 12. I know this is different from H-Set. Does anyone know what settings is H-S? Pressing any button will go back to time keeping mode.

    Besides this, pressing B+C+D lights up the LCD and the Minute hands is moving by each seconds. Very curious, read the menu but nothing about these. Can anyone tell me?
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    Re: Pressing A+B+D on AWG-M100

    no idea what that mode is but if you exit a pipe or start a level through a doorway, hold A and B. you should automatically jump then you'll be able to skate on one foot and fire as long as youre holding down B
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    Re: Pressing A+B+D on AWG-M100

    Quote Originally Posted by yvliew View Post
    Been trying few combinations and gotten some settings menu. This A+B+D got me H-S and the hands point to 12. I know this is different from H-Set. Does anyone know what settings is H-S? Pressing any button will go back to time keeping mode.

    Besides this, pressing B+C+D lights up the LCD and the Minute hands is moving by each seconds. Very curious, read the menu but nothing about these. Can anyone tell me?
    You might very well be the first one discovering these hidden functions. If you search around, you will find some threads mentioning hidden functions for digital G's. Such as the tilt sensor test, solar test, display segments test, and other diagnostic screens. What you're seeing are probably some sort of diagnostic modes for the ana-digi. I may try it myself later to see if I can tell what they are.

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    Re: Pressing A+B+D on AWG-M100

    I also tried some combinations on my GWX-8900. B+C+D shows the Atomic frequency i can scroll around and see the frequency. My ana-digi also has that diagnostic. But a different combination.

    Quote Originally Posted by Watch_Geekmaster View Post
    You might very well be the first one discovering these hidden functions. If you search around, you will find some threads mentioning hidden functions for digital G's. Such as the tilt sensor test, solar test, display segments test, and other diagnostic screens. What you're seeing are probably some sort of diagnostic modes for the ana-digi. I may try it myself later to see if I can tell what they are.

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    Re: Pressing A+B+D on AWG-M100

    The AWG-M100 comes with a mode,where the hands can be set to make the three digi-dails more readable. I think you entered that mode by pressing the buttons you discribed. Its in the manual i think.

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    Re: Pressing A+B+D on AWG-M100

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasabor View Post
    The AWG-M100 comes with a mode,where the hands can be set to make the three digi-dails more readable. I think you entered that mode by pressing the buttons you discribed. Its in the manual i think.
    That is the hands moving out of the digital dial feature. It moves to the closest time that is out of the way. That can be activated by pressing and hold C. Si the combination is another settings for sure. I will try to take photo later.

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    Re: Pressing A+B+D on AWG-M100

    A+C+D function. The min hands moves slowly by a sec.
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    Pressing and hold C puts the hands away from digital dial. standard settings
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    B+C+D You get to see what frequency you can get
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    A+B+D shows H-S and the min hands moves really fast.
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    Re: Pressing A+B+D on AWG-M100

    Quote Originally Posted by yvliew View Post
    A+C+D function. The min hands moves slowly by a sec.
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    This one looks like it's LCD segments test, while the main hands continue to tell time normally.


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    B+C+D You get to see what frequency you can get
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    This one looks like it's the radio time sync test. Casio might have equipment to test the 6 bands one by one in the factory. Not sure what the hands are doing, may be just hiding outta the way?

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    A+B+D shows H-S and the min hands moves really fast.
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    Not 100% sure for this one, but wild guess may be it's Hand-Speed test?

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