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Got it on my iPhone 6s after manually updating.

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Well I used to be able to see what PRL by going to IMEI info. Now that I have the S20, it is not there anymore.

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My S20 ultra is now on the 55574 PRL. If you don't now where to look, it is ##DEBUG# under Configuration 

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Thanks. Mine says 65535. Weird.

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4 hours ago, Mooeydj said:

Thanks. Mine says 65535. Weird.

 

 

i was on that as well until i tried to update yesterday and it got replaced with the one being talked about now.

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11 minutes ago, swintec said:

 

i was on that as well until i tried to update yesterday and it got replaced with the one being talked about now.

Did one just now and on 55574 too.

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