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Sprint Corporate PRL - 56026 ... Non-Corporate PRL - 51104

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By numus, Senior Member on 16th July 2014, 05:28 PM
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The current Sprint Corporate PRL is 56026
The current Sprint Non- Corporate PRL is 51104


I will update this thread when a new PRL is released.


The PRL is inside the zip file.
THIS WILL NOT FLASH IN RECOVERY!

If anyone would like to add the non-corporate PRLs, please send me a copy of them in a zip file. @tdunham and @jcfunk - Thanks for the non-corporate


Some information on these PRLs (condensed from this link)

Corporate PRLs (CL) will allow nationwide roaming on EVDO
53xxx PRLs - AWM Extended Mobile Broadband Roaming PRL identical to 12xxx, and supports GSM.
12xxx PRLs - Sprint Extended Mobile Broadband Roaming PRL provides EVDO Roaming nationwide for 2011 devices going forward that supports Network Vision.

Non-Corporate PRLs (IL) will allow nationwide roaming on 1x only
51xxx PRLs - AWM Individual Liable PRL identical to 21xxx, and supports GSM.
21xxx PRLs - Sprint BC10 PRL supports Network Vision with 2011 devices and going forward.


Our phones are just BC10 (ESMR) which means they can use the 800 mhz SMR frequencies repurposed from the old iDen network. Unfortunately we don't have SV-LTE, which means we can't use Data and Voice at the same time.
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File Type: zip 53135.zip - [Click for QR Code] (4.6 KB, 961 views)
File Type: zip 51101.zip - [Click for QR Code] (4.6 KB, 264 views)
File Type: zip 53136.zip - [Click for QR Code] (4.6 KB, 571 views)
File Type: zip 51102.zip - [Click for QR Code] (4.6 KB, 155 views)
File Type: zip 53137.zip - [Click for QR Code] (4.6 KB, 887 views)
File Type: zip 51103.zip - [Click for QR Code] (4.5 KB, 200 views)
File Type: zip 53138.zip - [Click for QR Code] (4.4 KB, 912 views)
File Type: zip 51104.zip - [Click for QR Code] (4.2 KB, 252 views)
File Type: zip 56025.zip - [Click for QR Code] (4.2 KB, 456 views)
File Type: zip 56026.zip - [Click for QR Code] (4.2 KB, 164 views)
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How to write the PRL to your phone:


With CDMA Workshop:

http://androidxda.com/download-samsung-usb-drivers - Galaxy Series USB Drivers

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=1078 - How to set your Galaxy S 5 to write with CDMA Workshop

http://androidforums.com/boost-mobil...op-method.html - How to write the PRL (Only follow from OPEN CDMA WORKSHOP down).


Without a Computer (ensure you are on a rom that includes PRL Write Enabled) :

Pictures and the walkthrough are explained here ... Below is a rehash of this information without the pictures

1. Extract TEST.prl from the PRL Zip that you want to flash
2. Place TEST.prl in the root of the /sdcard folder or the /Phone folder in windows (do NOT put it in /mnt/extSdCard or the /Card/ folder if you are in Windows)
3. Turn off WIFI and Mobile Data on the phone
4. Dial ##DATA# (##3282#) and select "View"
5. Select PRL WRITE then hit the button labeled "PRL WRITE" (your device will reboot at this point)
6. Once your device turns back on, turn WIFI and Mobile Data back on.
7. Goto Settings -> About device -> Status and confirm "PRL version" matches the version you wished to flash

If you are not on a ROM that has PRL Write Enabled - Follow the information posted here - It has been confirmed this can work on DEODEX and ODEX ...
If you are rooted but do not have a custom recovery you can extract HiddenMenu.apk (located in the zip file under /system/app) and manually push it into the /system/app folder of your phone. Then change the permissions to 0755 and it should work.


How to revert your phone back to your stock PRL:

Goto Settings -> System Update -> Update PRL ... One that finishes you should get the message "The PRL has been Updated. Press OK to continue".
Goto Settings -> About device -> Status and confirm "PRL version" has reverted (note: It may not revert to the same one you previous had if a new PRL update has been released. It will revert to whatever PRL your phone should be on).


Sprint Galaxy S5 Modems:
NE5 - 6/28/2014 - LATEST
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The current Sprint Corporate PRL is 53135

I will update this thread when a new PRL is released.

So do we just rename this to test.prl and use the code to install?
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So do we just rename this to test.prl and use the code to install?


I will be adding information on how to flash prls shortly. The PRL is inside the Zip file..
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I will be adding information on how to flash prls shortly. The PRL is inside the Zip file..

I have the boost mobile S5, will the work shop method work? I want to see if the WiFi calling will work with this PRL.

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I have the boost mobile S5, will the work shop method work? I want to see if the WiFi calling will work with this PRL.

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I believe the answer is yes. The method should work with all CDMA versions of the Galaxy S5
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I thought the changing it to Test.prl and putting on the root of internal sd was the way to do it.
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I thought the changing it to Test.prl and putting on the root of internal sd was the way to do it.

That is what I remember from the S3 days as well.
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Anyone test that method yet
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Anyone test that method yet

I have not but I might test this tomorrow. I did find the procedure for doing it on the S3 and the screens are the same as this:

http://gs3.wonderhowto.com/how-to/im...rizon-0142886/

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