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Hytera PD782 Programming Problem

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I recentyl purchased 2 Hytera PD782's UHF (U2) used. They both came programmed with a few channels and 1 zone into them and they do communicate between each other. However when I try to program them on my computer I get the error "CPS Area Doesn't Match" combined with a programming failed message on the radio display. Has anyone else had similar problems?

Didn't see a hater thread so relocate if needed.
 
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I am in the USA and downloaded the CPS off of the Internet. Is there by chance a link to a confirmed American CPS version? I'm not sure if mine is American or not.
 
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Did you download the CPS from a USA website? Most of the Hytera CPS I've seen on the internet is from a foreign site. So you have to make sure the CPS you downloaded is US CPS for your US radio.
 
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The US version of CPS is usually not found on the internet. If you buy a Hytera radio from a dealer, they will give you the CPS for free. But since you didn't buy from a dealer, you might have to pay for it. A lot less than Motorola. I would call the person who sold the radios to you, as he somehow was able to program the radio. See if he can send his copy of the CPS.
 
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The US version of CPS is usually not found on the internet. If you buy a Hytera radio from a dealer, they will give you the CPS for free. But since you didn't buy from a dealer, you might have to pay for it. A lot less than Motorola. I would call the person who sold the radios to you, as he somehow was able to program the radio. See if he can send his copy of the CPS.
[aside]Almost make me wonder if the Simoco FPP will work with those...[/aside]
 
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