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    Does anyone have a sprint PRL file? I am trying to send a Verizonified 650 back to P1?

    Does anyone knoe if I have the correct OTKSL and MSL (SPC) codes, can I just put those back in, download via KPWST and then do a *2 to get the proper PRL?

    Please help, I would like to return by tomorrow.
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    How does one update the PRL on Sprint?

    When I was on Verizon I simply had to dial a *(some_number) and it would update. Does Sprint do anything similar?
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    I would imagine that you can find the answer at the sprintusers.com forum. They do a lot more of that type of thing working with PRLs and modifying and posting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by driven01
    How does one update the PRL on Sprint?
    Check out this FAQ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by driven01
    How does one update the PRL on Sprint?

    When I was on Verizon I simply had to dial a *(some_number) and it would update. Does Sprint do anything similar?
    Here's the short and simple answer.
    In some area when you dial *2, if your phone doesn't have the lastest PRL, the recording will tell you that an upgrade is availble- then follow the prompts.

    In other area like mine, you dial *2 and speak to a rep and ask them to "flag your phone for the prl update. You then hang up and a few minutes later, you dial *2 and you'll get the recording that the update is available.

    I believe the latest available is 10026. I haven't updated mine (I have 10025) because I just don't won't to hang on a talk to a rep.

    Too bad you can't request the update on the web and let their system flag the phone so you can call in *2 and it's done.
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