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Today PRL 51095 was pushed to iPhone 5 on Sprint. Anyone with a LTE world phone also get the same PRL file?

 

Not sure what is different yet. If I knew how to extract the PRL from my phone I would gladly send the file to digiblur for analysis.

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Today PRL 51095 was pushed to iPhone 5 on Sprint. Anyone with a LTE world phone also get the same PRL file?

 

Not sure what is different yet. If I knew how to extract the PRL from my phone I would gladly send the file to digiblur for analysis.

 

Since I read this, I decided to update my PRL for the Evo 4G LTE and now I noticed I have 25013. Not sure on how new it is but I thought I had 25012 before. I could be wrong.

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Thanks to Toberly for his quick pull...

 

This isn't all of the update but uhh... I'm just going to say boom!! (nothing new to the sponsors and premier sponsors though ;)

 

-Adds-

 

Geo:1 SID/NID 22405/65535 Sprint Nextel - Boston MA; Manchester NH; Pittsfield MA Added with:

Pref RoamInd:None EVDO-Enabled:Yes

1X: S/476 S/526

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

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Geo:1 SID/NID 22422/65535 Sprint Nextel - Albany NY; Binghamton NY; Burlington VT; Hartford CT; Lehighton PA; Middletown NY; New York NY; Plattsburgh NY; Poughkeepsie NY; Syracuse NY Added with:

Pref RoamInd:None EVDO-Enabled:Yes

1X: S/476 S/526

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

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Geo:2 SID/NID 22415/65535 Sprint Nextel - Bullhead City AZ; Irvine CA; Las Vegas NV; Los Angeles CA; Mesquite NV; San Diego CA Added with:

Pref RoamInd:None EVDO-Enabled:Yes

1X: S/476 S/526

EV-Scan: Sprint(0084:0AC0) P/25 P/50 P/150 P/475 P/550 P/625 P/650 P/375

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Geo:4 SID/NID 22413/65535 Sprint Nextel - Kansas City MO; Miami OK; Pittsburg KS; St. Joseph MO Added with:

Pref RoamInd:None EVDO-Enabled:Yes

1X: S/476 S/526

EV-Scan: Sprint(0084:0AC0) P/100 P/600 P/650 P/525 P/475 P/75 P/325

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Geo:5 SID/NID 22443/65535 Sprint Nextel - Beaumont TX; Houston TX; Lake Charles LA Added with:

Pref RoamInd:None EVDO-Enabled:Yes

1X: S/476 S/526

EV-Scan: Sprint(0084:0AC0) P/75 P/175 P/225 P/250 P/325 P/725 P/475

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Geo:5 SID/NID 22430/65535 Sprint Nextel - Laredo TX; San Antonio TX Added with:

Pref RoamInd:None EVDO-Enabled:Yes

1X: S/476 S/526

EV-Scan: Sprint(0084:0AC0) P/75 P/175 P/225 P/250 P/325 P/725 P/475

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Geo:10 SID/NID 22448/65535 Sprint Nextel - Orlando FL; Tampa FL Added with:

Pref RoamInd:None EVDO-Enabled:Yes

1X: S/476 S/526

EV-Scan: Sprint(0084:0AC0) P/325 P/75 P/125 P/150

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Geo:13 SID/NID 22412/65535 Sprint Nextel - Bloomington IN; Indianapolis IN; Marion IN Added with:

Pref RoamInd:None EVDO-Enabled:Yes

1X: S/476 S/526

EV-Scan: Sprint(0084:0AC0) P/50 P/650 P/550 P/325 P/475 P/600 P/125

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Geo:14 SID/NID 22437/65535 Sprint Nextel - Albany GA; Albuquerque NM; Artesia NM; Athens GA; Atlanta GA; Augusta GA; Columbus GA; Dalton GA; Durango CO; El Paso TX; La Grange GA; Langdale AL; Las Cruces NM; Macon GA; Opelika AL; Savannah GA Added with:

Pref RoamInd:None EVDO-Enabled:Yes

1X: S/476 S/526

EV-Scan: Sprint(0084:0AC0) P/325 P/375 P/475 P/150 P/225 P/125 P/625 P/650 P/75

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Geo:18 SID/NID 22451/65535 Sprint Nextel - Femto Cells Added with:

Pref RoamInd:None EVDO-Enabled:Yes

1X: P/Any-Block

EV-Scan: Sprint(0084:0AC0) P/25 P/50 P/75 P/100 P/125 P/150 P/175 P/225 P/250 P/275 P/325 P/375 P/475 P/525 P/550 P/575 P/600 P/625 P/650 P/675 P/725 P/775 P/850

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-MCC/MNC Adds(LTE)-

LTE Area-Geo:18 310/FFF RoamInd:None SID Link:Sprint Nextel - Femto Cells

 

 

Interesting...no New Orleans 800SMR scan. Hmm...

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We need digiblur to help us out lol

 

I don't have the file yet so.. but it is interesting that you guys go pushed to 51xxx and off of 55xxx/56xxx. I wonder if the iPhone5 was the hang up on why 800SMR was removed from 55xxx/56xxx. Split off the problem phone and add 800SMR back into 55xxx?? Time will tell when I get my hands on more of the PRLs. I did post the changes to the 25xxx revision already though.

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The hunch is right! 55xxx/56xxx have 800SMR once again! WOOT! It was the iPhone5 with the 800SMR issue the whole time dragging the other international GSM capable LTE devices down (Note2, PhotonQ, etc). I'm not 100% sure on this but why else would they have broken the iPhone5 off to a 51xxx series? Time will only tell until I get my hands on 51xxx.

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Thanks to Toberly for his quick pull...

 

This isn't all of the update but uhh... I'm just going to say boom!! (nothing new to the sponsors and premier sponsors though ;)

 

-Adds-

 

 

Geo:2 SID/NID 22415/65535 Sprint Nextel - Bullhead City AZ; Irvine CA; Las Vegas NV; Los Angeles CA; Mesquite NV; San Diego CA Added with:

Pref RoamInd:None EVDO-Enabled:Yes

1X: S/476 S/526

EV-Scan: Sprint(0084:0AC0) P/25 P/50 P/150 P/475 P/550 P/625 P/650 P/375

 

Looks like they almost completely opened up the 800 SMR scan all over the US now.

 

Glad to see that 800SMR is now enabled for the desert Southwest! :)

 

Sent from Josh's iPhone 5 using Tapatalk

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Today PRL 51095 was pushed to iPhone 5 on Sprint. Anyone with a LTE world phone also get the same PRL file?

 

Not sure what is different yet. If I knew how to extract the PRL from my phone I would gladly send the file to digiblur for analysis.

 

How do I know if my iPhone 5 got it or not?

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Go to Settings, Tap General, then About, and then tap where it says 'Carrier'. It will change to your PRL number. If you haven't got updated to it, ##update# in the phone dialer will pull it to your phone.

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Interesting.. I got my hands on a iPhone5 PRL. They enabled 800SMR for the iPhone5 as well but there is a HUGE difference between how it works and say a Note2 or S3. The Note2 and S3 will use 800SMR all the time when it is available. The iPhone5 will only use 800SMR when every attempt to acquire a Sprint PCS signal is made.

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Interesting.. I got my hands on a iPhone5 PRL. They enabled 800SMR for the iPhone5 as well but there is a HUGE difference between how it works and say a Note2 or S3. The Note2 and S3 will use 800SMR all the time when it is available. The iPhone5 will only use 800SMR when every attempt to acquire a Sprint PCS signal is made.

 

To balance out capacity perhaps?

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To balance out capacity perhaps?

 

I'm just guessing here (obviously) but perhaps it is because of the relatively good RF performance of the iPhone to begin with. 800SMR wouldn't be AS beneficial to it? Outside of that, maybe there are issues with it that are being sorted out so it is only listed as a last resort?

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I'm just guessing here (obviously) but perhaps it is because of the relatively good RF performance of the iPhone to begin with. 800SMR wouldn't be AS beneficial to it? Outside of that, maybe there are issues with it that are being sorted out so it is only listed as a last resort?

 

I don't believe RF performance is any part of this. But it could very well be the opposite that the phone doesn't perform as well on 800SMR so it only uses it as a last resort.

 

Sent from my little Note2

 

 

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I'm just guessing here (obviously) but perhaps it is because of the relatively good RF performance of the iPhone to begin with. 800SMR wouldn't be AS beneficial to it? Outside of that, maybe there are issues with it that are being sorted out so it is only listed as a last resort?

 

The Note 2 is an RF beast, I don't think that RF is the concern.

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