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Default PD362 Programming Cable

Do I need to buy a OEM programming cable for the PD362 or will any USB to micro-usb cable I have laying around work?


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You need a programming cable. The radio/PC interface is actually serial, not USB.
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Old 10-29-2017, 12:33 AM
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You will need Hytera part number PC69 programming cable which is USB > micro USB with the line level converter or chip inside the USB end. A USB software driver is also available from Hytera for installation.

Alternatively an aftermarket Chinese equivalent but ensure you also get the software driver disk with it as they are often based on counterfeit or copy chips and will not always auto install through windows update when initially plugging into your computer.

P.S genuine Hytera should only be about $30.00
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