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Could someone please point me in the direction of where I can download the latest Sprint PRL?  I have to manually update mine, and finding PRL archives seems next to impossible these days.

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2 hours ago, stevedensmore said:

Could someone please point me in the direction of where I can download the latest Sprint PRL?  I have to manually update mine, and finding PRL archives seems next to impossible these days.

You'l need someone to capture it for you, why can't you update automatically?

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On 9/12/2017 at 9:19 AM, jefbal99 said:

You'l need someone to capture it for you, why can't you update automatically?

Because my phone is rooted and debloated.

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New PRL is out now at 55066 

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Phone updated to 55067.

 

 

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Weird my phone was saying 56066, updated the prl and now it's showing 55067.

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Weird my phone was saying 56066, updated the prl and now it's showing 55067.
Mine did the same... wonder if they combined the corporate and personal PRLs

Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk

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Weird my phone was saying 56066, updated the prl and now it's showing 55067.
I noticed that on my Pixel as well.. curious, but it probably doesn't mean much.

-Mike

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New prl is out 55068 on iOS 11.x.x

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New PRL is out 55069 for IOS 11.3

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55070 out on iOS 12.1 on my iPhone XS Max

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12 minutes ago, JDP121 said:

55070 out on iOS 12.1 on my iPhone XS Max

On my LG G7 also

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36 minutes ago, JDP121 said:

55070 out on iOS 12.1 on my iPhone XS Max

How do you get the PRL update on your XS Max? It's never worked right for me.

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my iPhone XS is staying on 55069 even after trying ##UPDATE# multiple times -_-

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1 hour ago, cyclone said:

my iPhone XS is staying on 55069 even after trying ##UPDATE# multiple times -_-

I have that same issue. Mine only finally updated to 55070 because I installed 12.1.1 beta 3.

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I'm not on the beta program anymore. Wonder if the 12.1.1 full build will come out first or my phone will decide to update the PRL 🤷‍♂️

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Pixel 3 XL no longer has "Update PRL" option under Carrier Settings.  Is that something new with latest phones/SIMs?

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1 hour ago, crazy_vag said:

Pixel 3 XL no longer has "Update PRL" option under Carrier Settings.  Is that something new with latest phones/SIMs?

does it have 'update device config'?

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22 hours ago, though said:

does it have 'update device config'?

Yes, that's the only option available under "Carrier Settings".  Does that perform a PRL update reducing the need for "Update PRL"?

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4 minutes ago, crazy_vag said:

Yes, that's the only option available under "Carrier Settings".  Does that perform a PRL update reducing the need for "Update PRL"?

I believe that is correct...

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PRL for IPhone XS Max is now 55071

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