I can see that corolada has some really old PRL files.
My device has 60671 which came out in September, 2010 I think
Over at PPC Geeks, I found 60672 which was dated as December, 2010.
I won't use it right now, but it is downloaded.
I would rather update the PRL manually your way then to chance messing up the data connection using the auto PRL code, or the UPDATE PRL icon.
PS: Didn't forget about the coffee and muffin. Need to have a friend send it out for me and won't be over there till next week.
Regards, and thanks again.
"As I walk through the Valley of the Shadow of Death, I fear no evil for I am the God of Death... and this is my valley"
Believe it or not, updating the PRL is much simpler than updating anything in the device. You will need to get the MSL from your device though (use BAF MSL Grabber)
Easy. Most HTC Touch phones use 026320.
NOTE: For error free results using MSL Grabber, do a soft reset after the installation, then turn off data connection, and use the 'Flight Mode' if the device has it. (FM turns off data connection automatically). Remember to re-enable the data connection, and remove Flight Mode.
...... and also you will have to have the PRL that you want to use somewhere in your memory card. Once you have this, simply go into Programs > Phone Codes > PRL. Once you go in there, it will ask you if you want to edit it and say yes. Then, simply browse and look for the PRL in question in your memory card, select it, and hit update/ok/ or something like that (I forget what the command is).... and voila.... you are all set
I found the Phone Codes folder under Windows/StartMenu/Programs/System Tools. I thought that it WAS under root Programs/Phone Codes when I flashed, but it is not there anymore.
Anyway, ##775# should start the update PRL process as well.
Haven't tried either yet. NO need.
PS: I certainly am enjoying the Vogue! Now I know why HTC/Sprint and MS would not release an OEM copy of 6.5 to us. We'd never buy new phones! The Vogue is a winner and I dont' see me swaping it out for a long time.
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