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Working for me, even when I log out.

 

- Trip

Hmm, must have been a Tapatalk error or something. Works fine on my computer. Thanks!

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If stuff has changed, may not be anything major.  The map was updated 8/5 and doesn't look like there are any new roaming partners. That's the only thing I care about myself.

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New PRL on iPhone 7 54057 is out.

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Yup, just got 55057 on my Nexus 6P

 

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Lol you all beat me to it today. Was taking a hard core nap since I'm not feeling 100% today but its 55057 on the LG G4 as well. 

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55057 on my 6s

 

 

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Huh my 6S got 54057. Ok a related note, has anyone figured out what the difference between the 55xxx and 54xxx PRLs are?

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Huh my 6S got 54057. Ok a related note, has anyone figured out what the difference between the 55xxx and 54xxx PRLs are?

I think it's corporate versus regular. Corporate used to have evdo roaming and consumer didn't. Not sure what the actual difference is now.

 

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Okay, minor tweaks in this one, most of which seems to be adjustments to Verizon EV-DO roaming, whether there's more of it or just a reorganization isn't entirely clear to me off-hand.

 

Geography 3:  25510/25511 added with EV-DO.  (Don't know who that is.)  More Verizon EV-DO.

 

Geography 4:  More Verizon EV-DO.

 

Geography 10:  More Verizon EV-DO.

 

Geography 11:  More Verizon EV-DO.

 

Geography 13:  More Verizon EV-DO.

 

Geography 14:  Removed 10789 (On-Waves ehf?)/4177 (AT&T?)/22300 (MCP?) and associated EV-DO.

 

Geography 18:  Removed negative entries for 8091 (?) and associated EV-DO.

 

Comparison file:  https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4qtSrW2KKDCUVpQNDNHUW92Q1k/view?usp=sharing

 

- Trip

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Okay, minor tweaks in this one, most of which seems to be adjustments to Verizon EV-DO roaming, whether there's more of it or just a reorganization isn't entirely clear to me off-hand.

 

Geography 3:  25510/25511 added with EV-DO.  (Don't know who that is.)  More Verizon EV-DO.

 

Geography 4:  More Verizon EV-DO.

 

Geography 10:  More Verizon EV-DO.

 

Geography 11:  More Verizon EV-DO.

 

Geography 13:  More Verizon EV-DO.

 

Geography 14:  Removed 10789 (On-Waves ehf?)/4177 (AT&T?)/22300 (MCP?) and associated EV-DO.

 

Geography 18:  Removed negative entries for 8091 (?) and associated EV-DO.

 

Comparison file:  https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4qtSrW2KKDCUVpQNDNHUW92Q1k/view?usp=sharing

 

- Trip

 

If you need some help with figuring things out let me know, I'm sure I still have my PRL diff app/code kicking around somewhere in my backups.

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If you need some help with figuring things out let me know, I'm sure I still have my PRL diff app/code kicking around somewhere in my backups.

 

I would love your code if you're willing to share it.  Right at the moment I'm just dumping the PRLs and comparing spreadsheets by hand.

 

- Trip

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Is there a picyure that has the USA broken up into these geography areas?

 

Like what geography value is east TN / north GA? Hopefully they are fixing actually getting data when connected to VZW EVDO.

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Unfortunately, I don't know what areas the geographies even refer to.  I just know which one I'm in from the familiar SID values.

 

- Trip

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Been very happy.  Twice now I have been able to successfully connect to VZW EVDO.  :-D   Just seems throttled to 128Kbps.

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Unfortunately, I don't know what areas the geographies even refer to. I just know which one I'm in from the familiar SID values.

 

- Trip

Isnt boost mobile a prl set then sprint post paie

 

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PRL updated on iPhone 7 to 55058

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Current prl is 50557

 

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New prls for LG G4 are 55058

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New prls for LG G4 are 55058

For my Sprint LG v20 it's 55058

 

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55058 Note 5.

 

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55058 Note 5.

 

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55058 on my 6S.

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55058 on my 6S.

Hmm do you notice any changes in reception

 

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