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Old 11-16-2009, 8:45 PM
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Default Kenwood TK-760hg Help

Hello, i have come across and got a tk-760hg, i was wondering if someone could help me in finding a manual for this, and what all i need to be able to program the radio (what software and cable)?

i never got the manual or anything with it, just the radio and mic

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Old 11-18-2009, 10:19 AM
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KPG-56D

and

I believe KPG-4 or KPG-22 cable.
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The 760G can be programmed via the front panel *IF* it is set up first in the programming software and a diode is removed from the board.

Here's a link to a PDF where you can read all about it...

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2991846/TK-760G-762G.pdf
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Do you know where i can find this software at to be able to program this?
the link you gave me for the manual shows it is the kpg-56d software, but i can not find it anywhere.
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Do you know where i can find this software at to be able to program this?
Common question here on the forums. The standard answer is to contact a Kenwood LMR dealer and purchase it through them. This is the only legit way to aquire software.
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Old 11-23-2009, 10:28 PM
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but i can not find it anywhere.
You mean you can't find it anywhere for free.

I took me less than 10 seconds with Google to find someone selling it online. It's cheap software, just buy the damn thing and stop making attempts to get members on here to commit software piracy.
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