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 1 
 on: July 12, 2019, 05:12:19 PM 
Started by Rocciadesign - Last post by Rocciadesign
Hi everybody,

I have a question about PL tones.

Is there any way to change PL tones in a predetermined radio channel without requiring turning the rotary knob?

It is pretty silly for me having programmed many channels for a same tx/rx frq couple only differing in PLs.

Any one has experience about setting a PL tone as Address or status messages? Any other suggestion?

Thanks in advance for the kind cooperation.

Regards,

Emanuele

 2 
 on: July 10, 2019, 10:39:40 AM 
Started by will.a - Last post by eqm
Hi,

I've got this question that I'm trying to find an answer for and I hope you can help me.

If I don't want to read the CP but to start from scratch, could I use Device Recover option to reset the radio no matter the firmware? I don't care what's inside, I want to program it to my taste.
And also, some radios have this startup password [mine does]. Would Device Recover get rid of this too?

I have never owned a Motorola radio before or used its software, only cheap Chinese ones, and my budget is too tight for a brand new Motorola radio so I'm considering second hand devices I find online but I'm not sure to pull the trigger.

Thanks

 3 
 on: July 07, 2019, 08:44:22 AM 
Started by MsS - Last post by emsgeorge
Hi all,

I need some help please, I was given some radios from a company that no longer exist and when I tried to programme them I found out that they were password secured. I can not get in contact with anyone from the company to find out the password. Unfortunately I don't have a blank DP4601e codeplug. Does anyone have a copy I could have by any chance? I've got a cps 16.0.

I have tried RECOVER but I am greeted by the response “No Matching Package(s) exist”
I have tried UPDATE but again I am greeted by the response “No Matching Package(s) exist”

I have also tried to use one of the sample files but the message I get is “Unable to write. Serial Number in archive and device must be the same. Try clone device if applicable”

Any help would be very helpful and greatly received. I have 4 of these radios in total so if I am able to find the code plug password out I would be able to change the information on all 4 however I would prefer to wipe them and start again.

Many Thanks

Mike 

Thank you.


Have you got the firmware packages installed onto the machine you are using to try to recover the radios ?. From the message, it looks like the computer isn't detecting it.

 4 
 on: July 03, 2019, 10:03:16 PM 
Started by G1fsh - Last post by G1fsh
Hi All.
I have a UHF DM3401 Type MMS534DE
                                 Model MDM27QNC9LA2AN
                                 Tanapa PMUE2339A
                                 Version Number R01.05.00
Im looking for a codeplug if any one has one. The radio was bought on ebay and has a CP password. Any help at all would be great.

Also have a DM4400 with the same problem. Details for that one are as follows
                                 Tyoe MBA504D
                                  Model MDM28QNC9JA2AN
                                 Tanapa PMUE3646A
                                 Version R02.30.13
I have tried sample codeplugs but none of the model numbers match mine.
Cheers
Gary

 5 
 on: July 02, 2019, 02:01:57 PM 
Started by MsS - Last post by Andreas GH
Did you tried to clone the default codeplug?

 6 
 on: July 02, 2019, 01:49:38 PM 
Started by G1fsh - Last post by G1fsh
Hi All.
I have a UHF DM3401 Type MMS534DE
                                 Model MDM27QNC9LA2AN
                                 Tanapa PMUE2339A
                                 Version Number R01.05.00
Im looking for a codeplug if any one has one. The radio was bought on ebay and has a CP password. Any help at all would be great.

Also have a DM4400 with the same problem. Details for that one are as follows
                                 Tyoe MBA504D
                                  Model MDM28QNC9JA2AN
                                 Tanapa PMUE3646A
                                 Version R02.30.13
I have tried sample codeplugs but none of the model numbers match mine.
Cheers
Gary

 7 
 on: July 02, 2019, 08:19:07 AM 
Started by jagcaoili - Last post by jagcaoili
Have a nice day to all....

Is there anybody who can help me about my motorola gp340.

This is the situation, during the conversation using my handheld radio (gp340) and i talked with other radios it is working fine, but when the time i just put my handheld radio on my table or anywhere and nobody is calling with me for a long period of time and suddenly somebody is calling on my celphone to inform me that there is a lot of guys is calling me and my radios is switch ON, my question is why i can't receive any incoming calls when my handheld radio was on standby. To get the radio to work, you have to switch off the power and leave it switched off for at least a few seconds before the radio works.. It seems you have to do this every hour in some cases.

Can anyone have the same situation, if yes what did you do to resolve the problem like this. All suggestions are welcome and much appreciated.

 8 
 on: July 01, 2019, 05:27:57 PM 
Started by MsS - Last post by MsS
Hi all,

I need some help please, I was given some radios from a company that no longer exist and when I tried to programme them I found out that they were password secured. I can not get in contact with anyone from the company to find out the password. Unfortunately I don't have a blank DP4601e codeplug. Does anyone have a copy I could have by any chance? I've got a cps 16.0.

I have tried RECOVER but I am greeted by the response “No Matching Package(s) exist”
I have tried UPDATE but again I am greeted by the response “No Matching Package(s) exist”

I have also tried to use one of the sample files but the message I get is “Unable to write. Serial Number in archive and device must be the same. Try clone device if applicable”

Any help would be very helpful and greatly received. I have 4 of these radios in total so if I am able to find the code plug password out I would be able to change the information on all 4 however I would prefer to wipe them and start again.

Many Thanks

Mike 

Thank you.

 9 
 on: June 26, 2019, 07:43:39 PM 
Started by emsgeorge - Last post by emsgeorge
Sorted it out with the aid of my local friendly dealer, thanks to those who pm'd to assist.

 10 
 on: June 26, 2019, 07:41:18 PM 
Started by cpl - Last post by emsgeorge
Yep sounds about right. What we do is to put customers who are on uk simple, on repeating channels - (when it was 3 uhf allocations), we'd plonk ch1 on freq 1, ch 2 on freq 2, ch 3 on freq 3, then change the colour code and repeat again: ch 4 on freq 1, ch 5 on freq 2, ch 6 on freq 3 etc etc.

Means if theres an issue with interference, people on ch1 usually say 'go to channel 2' and voila its on a different freq. Or, most people only use 2 or 3 max channels, so they all wont interfere with each other, being on differnet freqs.

Now its a few more uhf freqs, we just do the same but with them now.

I keep the same group code throughout, makes it simpler, and put on ras and encryption as well. Basic privacy doesn't affect voice quality and keeps the simple scanner people out. You don't need RAS on, unless using a repeater.


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