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Motorola Triumph 3G Speeds Disappointing You? Try This [Forum Talk]


Some users over at AndroidForums.com have discovered that by manually updating to a non-consumer PRL and changing a line in the build.prop file of the Motorola Triumph they’re able to get noticeably increased 3G speeds, with one user professing he’d gone from a low of 80kbps up to a low of around 600. The PRL in question is said to come from select business account phones – this one didn’t make it to consumer phones, for some reason. Whatever the case is, someone is being a huge help in getting these updated PRLs out there and the users that have tried them are reporting great success. More information and full instructions here.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. PRL?? Pearl Riddled Log? Pig Riding Leprechaun?

    1. Preferred Roaming List. Basically a list of towers that the phone is ‘allowed’ to connect to without incurring a roaming charge to the carrier.

  2. I think its more of a network issue. My girlfriend has an Optimus V that gets terrible speeds. I also have an Epic 4G on Sprint that has had he same problem for about two months now. Tmobile here I come if Sprint don’t fix their data.

  3. i have no issues with this phone had it for almost a month now . works better after installing gingerbreak 1.1 and the battery lasts all day after installing gingerbreak 1.1

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