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Old 05-19-2017, 7:35 AM
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Is there a vhf/uhf R2 gps stubby antenna available?


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Cant beat the PMNN4486 battery (3400 mAh shorty)

Antenna: PMAT4001 VHF/UHF/GPS 21.8cm

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The flashcode of my radio says there is a bluetooth board installed. Am i able to use any bluetooth device? I have Skull candy headphones that are bluetooth. Or could i use an ear piece?
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Just my experience...I've tried to pair consumer (cell phone) devices with my 8000XE and no luck. I found the link to the 6000 user manual. I suspect mother M designed them to only connect with Moto devices.
https://www.manualslib.com/manual/59....html?page=134
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The flashcode of my radio says there is a bluetooth board installed. Am i able to use any bluetooth device? I have Skull candy headphones that are bluetooth. Or could i use an ear piece?
You just have to configure the Bluetooth options under "Radio Wide" in APX CPS:




The option you would probably want to select is "LF MPP & Standard".
That would allow you to pair official Motorola items as well as COTS (Commercial Off The Shelf).

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Just my experience...I've tried to pair consumer (cell phone) devices with my 8000XE and no luck. I found the link to the 6000 user manual. I suspect mother M designed them to only connect with Moto devices.
https://www.manualslib.com/manual/59....html?page=134
See my post above....someone just needs to change your Bluetooth settings in your radio.
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found it. Been using APX CPS for months now and still finding new things. I'll be retired by the time I figure out all the settings!!!!! (and I've looked thru the tutorials and help menu).
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found it. Been using APX CPS for months now and still finding new things. I'll be retired by the time I figure out all the settings!!!!! (and I've looked thru the tutorials and help menu).
There is very little I don't know about programming APX & XTS/XTL line of radios.
My job requires that I eat, sleep, and breathe knowing that info.

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There is very little I don't know about programming APX & XTS/XTL line of radios.
My job requires that I eat, sleep, and breathe knowing that info.

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We thank you for all your help.
I thank all that put up with my questions along the way.
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