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    Pulling PRL file from Optimus C using Linux

    Hello to all,

    I am new to the forum and am a linux administrator and use windows minimally. I need to pull the prl off of my LG Optimus C cell using linux. I dread having to setup a windows box just to install CDMA workshop to accomplish this task. My reasoning for doing this is that I converted an HTC EVO 4G to cricket ($45 plan), had everything working fine but cannot get 3G running, went through my settings with a fine toothed comb and have attempted to use 1000 prls without success. Since my LG Optimus has all the settings that I need, I can just pull prl settings and etc. Thanks

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    Good luck messing with CDMA phones using Linux. I've heard of folks using Virtualbox + XP + CDMA WS / QPST, but I've never tried it myself. Considering your goal, I doubt it is necessary. Correct me if I'm wrong here, but I believe you're in a tri-band market, meaning you'd need a Cricket branded phone or hybrid PRL to attain data connectivity.

    In short, I would try 45513 hybrid or any of the other *hybrid* PRLs listed here.

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    Thanks for the reply. Virtualbox is the route I will go. I need a virus free version of cdma workshop. Can you send me a link?

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    yea google lgpnst u might need wine to run this program since it has windows libs

 

 

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