MC7455 Stuck in low power mode

I have an MC7455 that i’m trying to get working in a WE826-t2, the modem is recognized but only ever says connecting. I used a USB to PCIe on windows and after running various commands to figure out what’s going on it seems the issue is its stuck in low power mode. I’ve tried updating the firmware to the latest using generic as well as ATT firmware numerous times. Here is the string of commands i’ve issued and the results.
Send:ATI

Recieve: ATI
Recieve: Manufacturer: Sierra Wireless, Incorporated
Recieve: Model: MC7455
Recieve: Revision: SWI9X30C_02.33.03.00 r8209 CARMD-EV-FRMWR2 2019/08/28 20:59:30
Recieve: IMEI: 001027009999999
Recieve: IMEI SV: 20
Recieve: FSN: LQ818512830210
Recieve: +GCAP: +CGSM
Recieve: OK

Send:AT!PCINFO?

Recieve: AT!PCINFO?
Recieve: State: Low Power Mode
Recieve: LPM voters - Temp:0, Volt:0, User:0, W_DISABLE:0, IMSWITCH:1, BIOS:0, LWM2M:0, OMADM:0, FOTA:0
Recieve: LPM persistence - None
Recieve: OK

Send:AT!PRIID?

Recieve: AT!PRIID?
Recieve: PRI Part Number: Unknown
Recieve: Revision: Unknown
Recieve: Customer: Unknown
Recieve: Carrier PRI: None
Recieve: OK

Send:AT!ENTERCND=“A710”

Recieve: AT!ENTERCND=“A710”
Recieve: OK

Send:AT!PRIID?

Recieve: AT!PRIID?
Recieve: PRI Part Number: Unknown
Recieve: Revision: Unknown
Recieve: Customer: Unknown
Recieve: Carrier PRI: None
Recieve: OK

Send:AT!GOBIIMPREF?

Recieve: AT!GOBIIMPREF?
Recieve: !GOBIIMPREF:
Recieve: preferred fw version: 02.33.03.00
Recieve: preferred carrier name: GENERIC
Recieve: preferred config name: GENERIC_002.072_000
Recieve: preferred subpri index: 000
Recieve: current fw version: 02.33.03.00
Recieve: current carrier name:
Recieve: current config name:
Recieve: current subpri index: 000
Recieve: carrier name mismatch
Recieve: config name mismatch
Recieve: OK

I think the modem I have is an engineering sample, based on the appearance and some outside information I ran across. I’m in the process of trying to flash intermediate firmware, although I don’t know if having flashing the newest firmware initially will impede my efforts in any way.

The pri is not matched with FW, you can flash the FW again by exe

I’ve flashed various firmware’s at least 100 times and switched between them. I have all 4 carrier + generic firmware. installed no matter what I do the current firmware never matches the preferred firmware. I’m going to attempt a firmware flash in ubuntu. Working on creating a Linux boot now.

Flashed drivers in Linux and same thing. The flash seems to go fine but still get a blank response from current carrier and config name which results in carrier missmatch error.

Not quite sure why at! priid is blank…
Does AT! image command help?