This information is what your phone uses to authenticate itself on sprints network for voice and data.If any of these values were to be incorrect then you could have issues make/receiving calls and/or connecting to data.Sent from my SPH-D710 using Tapatalk Hi littisimo, I know this is an old thread but I am taking a long shot as yours was the only explanation that made sense in my situation, really disappointed as I spent numerous hours trying to have sprint fix my issue.
It took a few years to get direct OS support for it (Anyone remember calling Sprint to get your PRL update "flagged"?
For more information on carrier settings updates, contact your carrier.
When a carrier setting update is available, you'll be prompted to install it.
Sent from my SPH-D710 using Tapatalk In your ignorance, you failed to notice, that even in your stupid lil "Let me google that for you" the first link that comes up is this section of XDA. you acting like an ass for people following a link to a site of you showing a link to the same site?
Originally Posted by lattisimo When you select "Update Profile", your device connects to sprints data network and makes a request to the OMADM (open mobile alliance device manager), which in turn pushes a prov XML file to your phone with your MDN, MSID, username, primary and secondary HA ip addresses, HA password and AAA password.