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    Default Re: Need To Install Special PRL On Sprint iPhone 5c

    oh well my bad most people that are trying to change prl's are trying to change carriers,so your already on the carrier, so you wont need to change the sid.there are a few tools out there to auto compile deb files,you can build a deb on your mac,pc or right on your phone.i would suggest to use one of the auto compile tools or have you tried to google for a .deb with your prl already in it? never know someone might have saved you the trouble already.a deb is basically a series of folders with a control file,there is alot out there on building deb files.you could probly replace your prl with one from an existing deb without doing to much work.
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    Default Re: Need To Install Special PRL On Sprint iPhone 5c

    Quote Originally Posted by rich hathaway View Post
    oh well my bad most people that are trying to change prl's are trying to change carriers,so your already on the carrier, so you wont need to change the sid.there are a few tools out there to auto compile deb files,you can build a deb on your mac,pc or right on your phone.i would suggest to use one of the auto compile tools or have you tried to google for a .deb with your prl already in it? never know someone might have saved you the trouble already.a deb is basically a series of folders with a control file,there is alot out there on building deb files.you could probly replace your prl with one from an existing deb without doing to much work.
    What I don't understand is what is the difference between a .deb file loading the PRL file and me putting the PRL file in the same folder the .deb would be doing by using iTools.

    I wish I could find a way to connect to the phone with CDMAWorkShop or QPST and load it that way.

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    Default Re: Need To Install Special PRL On Sprint iPhone 5c

    I have tried and tried and nothing seems to get that PRL loaded.

    Have you actually done this on a 5c/5s or is this a theory that what works on previous models will work on the 5c/5s ?

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    Default Re: Need To Install Special PRL On Sprint iPhone 5c

    This thread has been dead for a few months, I wonder if anyone has new insights/ tips/ success stories to share?

    Quote Originally Posted by TechGuru View Post
    I have tried and tried and nothing seems to get that PRL loaded.

    Have you actually done this on a 5c/5s or is this a theory that what works on previous models will work on the 5c/5s ?

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    Default Re: Need To Install Special PRL On Sprint iPhone 5c

    5c's and 5s's do not have a PRL file in the Sprint folder to replace and adding one and setting the push flag does nothing!
    Anyone have a solution












 
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