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Old 02-27-2012, 9:27 PM
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I am in need of programing software for my TC780. If anyone can help me out here I would be greatfull otherwise, I have a nice looking paperweight.

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I am looking online for it, but can only find the cable. Were can I get the software?
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Same here, have the radio just can't find the programming software or firmware for it.
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You need to contact a dealer and buy the software.
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Is the software not for sale on this page?
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I have an HYT TC780, the programming cable and software. What I need is a primer on creating various zones versus 1 scanning zone limited to 32 channels. I'd have the zone for home, another for NYC, and others for areas I routinely travel to. Is there a programming guide available here or elsewhere? The dealer programmed 10 frequencies and all was fine. When I added more channels, the display shows just the channel number, not the alpha/numerics such as FDNY Bronx, etc. Thanks in advance
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Old 07-23-2012, 8:19 PM
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Yeah the software can be confusing, took awhile to figure everything out. I have yet to find a programming guide.

- Under "Scan" you can create multiple scan lists (32 Channels max per scan list). To select between multiple scan list you need to assign a primary channel to it under "Per Channel - Per Channel ** - Miscellaneous Channel - Scan List" then assign the scan list to that channel. Now to start that scan list, go to that channel and hit your scan button. You can have the same channels in different scan lists, just not the same primary channel. I hope that's not too confusing
- Under the channel make sure your alias is the name you want and not the frequency. Also check "Per Radio - Prefix/Default display" Here you can select what is displayed.

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