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Updating PRL's

Discussion in 'Northeastern US Wireless Forum' started by Scalici26, Jun 30, 2002.

  1. Scalici26

    Scalici26 Senior Member
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    I have a Samsung A400 phone. In my house i have full strenght signal. I just changed phones to the Motorola Timeport P8767. With that phone i only get 1 bar of service. Does anyone why this is happening? Do i have to update the PRL? The phone was originaly used in Florida. How can i update the PRL's?

    P.S. I have Sprint PCS
     
  2. Guest

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    I also was wondering if my phone can be updated too..I have a weak signal for along time it is on cingular network and it is a nokia 5165
     
  3. Guest

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    If you have Verizon, press *228 and [send]. When prompted, hit option [2] to update roaming capabilities. Wait til your phe beeps (1-2 minutes) and its done. This will update your PRL.
     
  4. larry

    larry Sprint loyalist and former mod
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    I doubt that updating the PRL will help unless you have a really old one (lower than 10012) You can update it two ways. Take it into a Sprint store and have them do it while you wait. OR by calling *2 and asking for a "PRL update" You will have to talk to a live rep and have them flag your phone for this update. You will then have to call *2 again and press 1 for english and keep listening for the update to occur. The rep will also explain what you have to.
     

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