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What is the current PRL?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bubbles7361, May 27, 2011.

  1. bubbles7361

    bubbles7361 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Just restored back to a sense ROM to update PRL and profile. The PRL went from 60677 to 01115. Did I go backward?
     


  2. 330D

    330D From My Cold Dead Hands

    I just updated, and it did the same thing. I wouldn't worry about it if I was you. I'm not going to.
     
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  3. LBPHeretic

    LBPHeretic Android Expert

    Yeah. That is the latest PRL. ;)

    Supposedly that is the one that actually gives us less roaming points on Verizon towers, but that has yet to be verified as far as I know. I am still on the older PRL, without any ill effects yet. Of course, when I get my next handset, it will probably be updated to the latest PRL anyway. Oh well. :)
     
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  4. DonB

    DonB ♡ Truth, Justice and the American Way !! ♡ ™
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    You did not go back, that is the latest PRL, they changed there sequence
     
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  5. rb312102

    rb312102 Android Enthusiast

    A little off topic but I'm currently running an alltell/verizon prl and a droid eris radio and have a few other crazy combos i've been testing the last couple of weeks. I've got a desire radio and another verizon prl modified for Sprint Phones also.

    I am in no way advocating anyone trying this if you don't understand what your doing or where your getting your files. But I get horrible sprint reception where I am and I'm trying everything. I have seen my download speeds increase by 400kbs on my current set up. And it gives me something else to play with to feed the idle hands since aospCMod works so well.
     
  6. bubbles7361

    bubbles7361 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Thanks for all the responses. I guess the new numbering just through me off.
     
  7. Djblue11

    Djblue11 Newbie


    I also an using a verizon prl. My sprint connection just started to get worse over time with prl updates. I'm loving the verizon prl 52299 so fast great connection. If only I could put a lte chip in my hero :)
     
  8. needeeah

    needeeah Lurker

    i have the evo from sprint i updated my PRL and its 01115 but now when im at home it gives me issues w/ roaming??? weird cause it didnt do that before the update
     
  9. DonB

    DonB ♡ Truth, Justice and the American Way !! ♡ ™
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    Call Sprint and complain to them


     
  10. LBPHeretic

    LBPHeretic Android Expert

    I have wanted to try out alternate radio baseband and PRL setups. It sounds like you are seeing a dramatic increase in throughput in your situation. What would your throughput normally be without these alterations? This sort of experimentation sounds fun and beneficial.

    I get pretty much full Sprint reception and very good throughput in the areas I frequent, so I wonder how much it would benefit me though. It would be cool to try it out though.
     
  11. rb312102

    rb312102 Android Enthusiast

    I would say I was around the 200-400kbs in most areas I'm at throughout the day. Now I'm anywhere from 600-1200kbs. So for me this is a no brainer. In fact my favorite hole in the wall I used to be lucky to load this forum in 20 minutes if at all. Tested 2 days ago and got 1.1 and 1.3 mbs. I was floored. That's better than I get at home now Lol.

    The prl I'm currently on is 01337 which taps into old alltell/verizon towers. And I have the eris radio 2.41.04.02.02. I have another prl which is strictly verizon(52299) and you always roam but roaming is free. And a couple other radios and prls to play with.

    If you would like some of them I can point you in the right direction or send them to you. But it is a lot of fun to mess with the dialer codes and msl again. I have definitely manually changed my prl multiple times a day experimenting.
     

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