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I was just about to ask that. The iPhone's (with BC 10 support) have been using PRL's that Android phones have been using for a while now. I believe AJ said they avoided 800 most likely because they operate in a Slotted Sleep State mode, so they would usually stick to 1900 (don't quote me on that though).

 

-Anthony

That may be true today, I just remember when the first BC10 iPhone came it out it was still using a PRL that had BC10 at a lower priority. This caused the phone to be scanning constantly for BC1 so it would switch back. There were lots of complaints at the time. This may have been fixed long ago, I just recall that this WAS in issue some time ago. My post was more about how the old PRL handed 1x800. I was more an interesting historical note than an attempt to solve the current issue. Sorry about the confusion.

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So on my s3 I just got an update from 25020 to 25021. From quick research it looks like it has to do with Mexico?

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I was just about to ask that. The iPhone's (with BC 10 support) have been using PRL's that Android phones have been using for a while now. I believe AJ said they avoided 800 most likely because they operate in a Slotted Sleep State mode, so they would usually stick to 1900 (don't quote me on that though).

 

Can you reference that post?  I am not sure why I would have stated that slotted mode was the cause of the iPhone CDMA1X 800 issue -- because basically all CDMA2000 networks and mobiles operate in slotted mode.

 

AJ

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Can you reference that post?  I am not sure why I would have stated that slotted mode was the cause of the iPhone CDMA1X 800 issue -- because basically all CDMA2000 networks and mobiles operate in slotted mode.

 

AJ

I believe it was this one:

 

My educated guess is that the single RF path but lack of e/CSFB plays a significant role in the CDMA2000 band switching issue.  And that may explain why the iPhone receives separate PRLs.  If so, it is an Apple issue, not a Sprint issue.

 

AJ

 

As usual, my memory playing tricks on me caused me to think you had said that the reason was because of the slotted mode, rather than the single RF path and no e/CSFB. My apologies! :)

 

-Anthony

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Anyone know what's changed?

 

 

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Anyone know what's changed?

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I was just wondering the same thing.

(G2 here)

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Zing updated to 51104

Note 3 updated to 55022

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55022 on my Nexus 5.

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51104 on my HTC One M8.

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I really need to bookmark the post about PRL's and what they have an effect on...

They don't need them for new sites, but isnt there something about the 800 band that PRLs tell which locations to scan for it?

 

If anyone has a quick grab to the post about PRL's, link me please because I haven't read  it's entirety in ages...and I don't remember most of what I read.

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Just got 51104 on my S5.

What are changes / effects ?

Thanks !

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51104 on my iPhone 6 Plus

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Just got 51104 on my S5.

What are changes / effects ?

Thanks !

 

Hard to say. Our resident PRL interpreter doesn't participate too much anymore.  :(

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Hard to say. Our resident PRL interpreter doesn't participate too much anymore. :(

Yeah I always liked his insight on most topics. As well as his ROM's .....

 

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International cleanup basically.

 

PRL Comparison of PRLS 55021 to 55022

-Removes-

Geo:21 SID/NID 1525/65535 IUSACELL - MEXICO CITY MX Removed.
Geo:21 SID/NID 24577/65535 Portatel Del Sureste - CHETUMAL MX Removed.
Geo:21 SID/NID 24587/65535 Comcel - GUADALAJARA MX Removed.
Geo:21 SID/NID 24589/65535 Portatel Del Sureste - QUERETARO MX Removed.
Geo:21 SID/NID 24591/65535 Telecomunicaciones del Golfo - PUEBLA MX Removed.
Geo:21 SID/NID 24593/65535 Portatel Del Sureste - VILLAHERMOSA MX Removed.
Geo:21 SID/NID 24615/65535  Removed.
Geo:21 SID/NID 24647/65535  Removed.
Geo:21 SID/NID 24649/65535  Removed.
Geo:21 SID/NID 24651/65535  Removed.
Geo:21 SID/NID 24677/65535 Portatel Del Sureste - MERIDA MX Removed.
Geo:21 SID/NID 24679/65535 Portatel Del Sureste - CAMPECHE MX Removed.
Geo:21 SID/NID 24681/65535 Portatel Del Sureste - VILLAHERMOSA MX Removed.
Geo:21 SID/NID 24685/65535 Portatel Del Sureste - TAPACHUL MX Removed.
Geo:21 SID/NID 24749/65535  Removed.
Geo:21 SID/NID 24799/65535 Portatel Del Sureste - Cd del Carmen MX Removed.
Geo:21 SID/NID 24801/65535 Portatel Del Sureste - San Cristobal MX Removed.
Geo:21 SID/NID 26883/65535 Portatel Del Sureste - TUXTLA GT MX Removed.
Geo:21 SID/NID 25107/65535  Removed.
Geo:21 SID/NID 25100/65535  Removed.
Geo:23 SID/NID 32649/65535  Removed.
Geo:25 SID/NID 14827/65535  Removed.
Geo:25 SID/NID 14828/65535  Removed.
Geo:25 SID/NID 14829/65535  Removed.
Geo:25 SID/NID 14830/65535  Removed.
Geo:25 SID/NID 14831/65535  Removed.
Geo:25 SID/NID 14832/65535  Removed.
Geo:25 SID/NID 14833/65535  Removed.
Geo:25 SID/NID 14834/65535  Removed.
Geo:25 SID/NID 14835/65535  Removed.
Geo:25 SID/NID 14836/65535  Removed.
Geo:25 SID/NID 14837/65535  Removed.
Geo:25 SID/NID 14838/65535  Removed.
Geo:25 SID/NID 14839/65535  Removed.
Geo:25 SID/NID 14840/65535  Removed.
Geo:25 SID/NID 14841/65535  Removed.
Geo:25 SID/NID 14842/65535  Removed.
Geo:25 SID/NID 14843/65535  Removed.
Geo:25 SID/NID 14846/65535  Removed.
Geo:25 SID/NID 14847/65535  Removed.

-MCC/MNC Removes(LTE)-
LTE Area-Geo:21 334/FFF RoamInd:Intl SID Link:IUSACELL - MEXICO CITY MX
LTE Area-Geo:23 702/FFF RoamInd:Intl SID Link:Unk
LTE Area-Geo:24 510/FFF RoamInd:Intl SID Link:Unk
LTE Area-Geo:25 404/FFF RoamInd:Intl SID Link:Unk
LTE Area-Geo:27 302/FFF RoamInd:Intl SID Link:Bell Mobility - MONTREAL PQ


-MCC/MNC Adds(LTE)-
LTE Area-Geo:22 510/FFF RoamInd:Intl SID Link:Unk
LTE Area-Geo:23 404/FFF RoamInd:Intl SID Link:Unk
LTE Area-Geo:25 302/FFF RoamInd:Intl SID Link:Bell Mobility - MONTREAL PQ
 

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So why did I go from 51104 to 55022 after getting the Android 5.0 update last night om G3?

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My 5S has moved to 55022 as well. It has been grabbing onto Band Class 10 much more. It's about time! Lol.

 

-Anthony

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Anyone know how to update the PRL of an inactive iPhone 5 without any sort of jailbreak? My old device is stuck on 31100 but I'm only using it as a test device right now, so I'd like it to be on the most current PRL.

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55022 on LG G3

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I updated the PRL on my GS5 today and it went from 51104 to 55022.  Does that mean the GS5 will now support SVLTE?  The spreadsheet on the first post says that this like of PRL's support that.

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My 5S has moved to 55022 as well. It has been grabbing onto Band Class 10 much more. It's about time! Lol.

 

-Anthony

My 6+ is still stuck on 51104

 

 

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