How come on the Evo 4G you can change the PRL...

Johnny Steps

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To make it work with Verizon (AKA Roaming all the time but having wait better speeds than being on the Sprint Network) but not change the PRL on the iPhone? Or is there a hack for that when you jailbreak?

I'm just wondering so sorry for my ignorance I'm probably showing right now. Thank you.
 

verwon

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Jul 26, 2011
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You can update it on the iPhone by resetting the network settings. It's just done differently. It's for roaming on all preferred towers, which might not always be Verizon and there's no way to make it always roam.
 

Arnezie

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To make it work with Verizon (AKA Roaming all the time but having wait better speeds than being on the Sprint Network) but not change the PRL on the iPhone? Or is there a hack for that when you jailbreak?

I'm just wondering so sorry for my ignorance I'm probably showing right now. Thank you.
Ok you can't change any phones prl without rooting or jail breaking so what is your question? The only thing you can do is simply update it but that's it.
 

openendstraight

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My only question is, why you would come on a Mac site asking about an Evo 4G problem? Not flaming just wondering the logic behind the decision.
 

Arnezie

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