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Just downloaded PRL #61092 this morning. Can anybody tell me what changed between this and 61091?

 

I'm hoping this opens up 800mhz SMR for voice (which Shentel told me should start working around new year)

 

Thanks for any info!

 

PS.... this is on a DuraXT

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Sprint has national PRLs they don't deal with the madness of regional ones. They already have enough madness with the crazy number per device and account types and some aren't needed.

 

Google will help you find out how to use qpst with the evo lte

 

Sent from a little old Note 2

 

 

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Hmm.... let's see how well you guys are at reading:

 

Geo:11 SID/NID 22435/65535 Sprint Nextel - Baltimore MD; Cumberland MD; Hagerstown MD Added with:

Pref RoamInd:None EVDO-Enabled:Yes

1X: S/476 S/526

EV-Scan: Sprint(0084:0AC0) P/125 P/150 P/325 P/650 P/50 P/550 P/225 P/675

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Hmm.... let's see how well you guys are at reading:

 

Geo:11 SID/NID 22435/65535 Sprint Nextel - Baltimore MD; Cumberland MD; Hagerstown MD Added with:

Pref RoamInd:None EVDO-Enabled:Yes

1X: S/476 S/526

EV-Scan: Sprint(0084:0AC0) P/125 P/150 P/325 P/650 P/50 P/550 P/225 P/675

this enables smr in the Maryland area!

 

Edit: and evdo roaming?

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Leave off the roaming of EVDO. It just means your phone will scan for EVDO while attached to 800SMR on that SID.

 

24010 and 25010 both have this add. Looks like the 55xxx series for the Note2, iPhone5, Photon LTE(or whatever it is called), etc hasn't come out yet. Maybe they will get some SMR loving for the first time.

 

You could have say an S3, EVO LTE, and a iPhone5 all with the latest PRLs and updates. Go in a fringe covered building and the iPhone5 would be roaming or have no signal while the other two would have 800SMR.

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