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Recieved new PRL 25005 today, Had to do a manual update to get it..

What tool does one use to see the differences?

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Manually updated to 60690 on my og epic.

 

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Manually updated my Evo 3D to 21090.

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My phone auto updated to the 25005 by itself today.

 

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Manual update on my GNEX brought me to 25005.

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Updated to 05 from 04.

 

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Ever since I updated to 60690, I've been having problems with not receiving calls, texts sending multiple times, missing parts of sent texts and even not being able to connect to known wifi networks. Is anyone aware of how to revert back to 60687 on the iPhone 4?

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Ever since I updated to 60690, I've been having problems with not receiving calls, texts sending multiple times, missing parts of sent texts and even not being able to connect to known wifi networks. Is anyone aware of how to revert back to 60687 on the iPhone 4?

 

What SID is your area?

 

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Recieved new PRL 25005 today, Had to do a manual update to get it..

What tool does one use to see the differences?

 

www.batonrougebroadband.info

 

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Www.batonrougebroadband.info

 

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Thanks for the info..

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www.batonrougebroadband.info

 

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In looking at the wonderful analysis at batonrougebroadband.info, I see 800 1x Support now in PRL 25005 for both Chicago and DFW now. It makes me wonder if we will start seeing some 800 sites start popping up in the NV Sites Complete thread soon.

 

Robert

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OR03XC124. It is 1.6 mi from my house.

 

No, the 4 digit system id associated with your area found in your debug screen.

 

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In looking at the wonderful analysis at batonrougebroadband.info, I see 800 1x Support now in PRL 25005 for both Chicago and DFW now. It makes me wonder if we will start seeing some 800 sites start popping up in the NV Sites Complete thread soon.

 

Robert

 

Yep, glad to see Chicago back and the Dallas add.

 

One day I am going to make the analysis and changes easier to read with colors and such...one day...

 

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No' date=' the 4 digit system id associated with your area found in your debug screen.[/quote']

Oh I thought you meant site ID. System ID is 5116.

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Oh I thought you meant site ID. System ID is 5116.

 

I checked wayyyyy back. There really haven't been any changes to 5116 record in over 2 yrs, and even that one was minor that didn't even affect the channel scans. So any issues that have cropped up recently on your phone are not due to a PRL update.

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I checked wayyyyy back. There really haven't been any changes to 5116 record in over 2 yrs' date=' and even that one was minor that didn't even affect the channel scans. So any issues that have cropped up recently on your phone are not due to a PRL update.[/quote']

 

Thanks for looking that up! I'm actually starting to think that my modem, router and phone don't play nicely with each other.

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