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PRL 25013/51095 Changes

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How can I get the newest prl off of my phone then?

From the phone app, dial ##UPDATE# then press call. You'll get a pop up message "Starting Service Update", wait a few minutes and then "Service Update Complete" message will appear. The phone will cycle the service while it searches for a signal under the rules of the fresh PRL, then go to settings, general, about, scroll to carrier and touch carrier to cycle through until you reach PRL - the most current version is 51096. This method is just to load the most current Stock PRL from Sprint.
He's asking how to pull it off the phone so digiblur can see what's in it. But it's possible that it was just the lower priority update from 51095 like the android phones received for 25014 from 25013

 

 

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He's asking how to pull it off the phone so digiblur can see what's in it. But it's possible that it was just the lower priority update from 51095 like the android phones received for 25014 from 25013Sent from Josh's iPhone 5 using Tapatalk 2

Yeah, my bad...misinterpreted the question.

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He's asking how to pull it off the phone so digiblur can see what's in it. But it's possible that it was just the lower priority update from 51095 like the android phones received for 25014 from 25013

 

 

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There hasn't been a lower priority update received by Android devices.  What happened was the iPhone5 broke off from the series of PRLs that international capable phones such as the Note2, Photon, etc, 800SMR was then enabled for these devices as a scan 800SMR first with both PCS and 800SMR as the same priority.  The iPhone5 was then allowed to use 800SMR but at a lower priority than PCS.  Meaning the only time 800SMR would be used is when no PCS CDMA was available.

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There hasn't been a lower priority update received by Android devices. What happened was the iPhone5 broke off from the series of PRLs that international capable phones such as the Note2, Photon, etc, 800SMR was then enabled for these devices as a scan 800SMR first with both PCS and 800SMR as the same priority. The iPhone5 was then allowed to use 800SMR but at a lower priority than PCS. Meaning the only time 800SMR would be used is when no PCS CDMA was available.

I was referring to the Carolina Wireless thing you found in 25014.

 

 

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