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Old 01-10-2018, 6:52 PM
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Is the Zastone the same as the MML.....
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Old 01-12-2018, 7:50 AM
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I like Tom's suggestion, good luck with that.
I bought an MML that was replaced under warranty by my onshore dealer with a Zastone. Other than the small branding label they are physically identical as far as I can tell. The programming software transferred my old settings into the new one without a hitch. There is also a Higrade UV-8DR that appears quite similar and uses the same programming software.
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FYI when running the cn8dr software to read and write to the radio i was being asked a password,with a little more search on google i found a newer version of cn8dr software and now everything is working great i am able to connect to the radio now.........
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Default vaesu uv-8dr programming software PASSWORD???

thanks everyone for some uv-8dr info I found some software at

MATH MARK (FUJIAN) COMMUNICATIONS CORP LTD.

and it seems to work with my bofang/btec x3 mic/uusb cable
but software is asking for a 8 letter password???

anyone know the password ?

there was also a 2.3 GIG software on the net i found but aborted that file when i found the smaller one at meth mark..... hihi

i overpaid for this radio on banggood or some alababa and it was showing a photo of the real yaesu with 50mhz band , this clone is like $50 on amazon-prime.


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Default vaesu 8dr clone chip'n

this guy is programming it , but not seeing any password info...
you can sometime click the subtitle translator on if you try
using a computer to program the uv8dr clone

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What site did you order the programming cable from?


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I have a few of these. Waiting on the programming cable to set up some local frequencies. The only thing I've learned so far is how to hard-reset the radio. You press and hold the MENU key while powering on the radio. It will display RESET?, Release and press MENU again. It displays VFO?. Press MENU again. Displays WAIT and almost immediately "reboots". Volume is all the way up and language resets Chinese. MENU item 16 to change back to English.

I've had to do this several times. Once because I could not get audio to the speaker without pressing the MONI key. Not sure if this is a "feature" or what. Scarce information on the internet about these radios but for $43.00 seems like a decent, cheap "tho-down".
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This station is programmed and set manually, just set the frequency of the jump, etc. then hold down the V / M key with the MENU key to jump to the menus in the menus, press the V / M key once, and to the right you will have the number of the memory by turning the upper wheel to the desired value and wait for 3 seconds to save the selection
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I have 3 UV-8DR radios will a baofeng programming cable work for them or do I need to purchase a different cable.

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