Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by MrBobo, Jan 7, 2012.
How can I go about changing to a sprint prl!
This is a very goooooood idea to change to Sprint prl, because WARP support 800MHz, then Warp will be as a post-paid phone on sprint network.
1, who has the sprint prl?
2, anyone can replace it in Warp?
Maybe this way can reduce some coverage issues of Boost, I think.
Can you please explain what you are talking about with these files? I am very interested in knowing. (sprint.prl) Thanks...
Anyways Even though I do not know anything about this I did find this...hope it helps.
Sprint PRL Updates (01120) Updated July 01, 2011
Sprint PRL Updates (01120) Updated July 01, 2011 - xda-developers
OK, sprint prl issue were solved, but I cannot use the link to replace it in Warp, ##775# cannot works on warp. anyone can find out other way to load it into warp?
what is the PRL used for?
PRL definition (Phone Scoop)
Tomorrow I will try using cdma workshop. I have to flash stock recovery and see if I can connect CDMA workshop while in FTM mode. I dont know what codes work either.
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I think this is a very good idea, perhaps it can fix some signal issues. if it does work I would love to do it as well
I have only read about it, from my understanding it's basically a file your phone references about towers around you and how to connect to them.
I think maybe boost is given second rate coverage to make way for sprint etc so I was interested in changing to a sprint prl and hopefully up my coverage a bit.
Thanks Woodstock for checking it out, if you figure out how any help pointing us in the right direction would be appreciated!
For some reason Im having trouble with drivers today. I'll look into later. I agree it should work and I would be able to tell really quick when I go to work because I lose my signal there half the time.
Did it with CDMA workshop.
Any noticeable difference?
EDIT: nvm, just saw your post in the referenced thread.
Wondering if it's worth the switch?
no huge difference here at work or at home, but it's easy to do and easy to go back so worth a try... I haven't noticed a negative difference though