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Astro25 voice announcement not auto

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Is there a way to setup the radio to only play the voice announcement if I press a dedicated button?
question #2 Is there also a way to remove the BEEP sound after the announcement plays?
 
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I'm not sure about completely doing away with the beep at the end of the voice message, but I have one of the soft keys set to mute. It gives me the choice of tones on/off. It will turn off the voice announcement and channel selection beep on my XTS2500.
 

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I'm not sure about completely doing away with the beep at the end of the voice message, but I have one of the soft keys set to mute. It gives me the choice of tones on/off. It will turn off the voice announcement and channel selection beep on my XTS2500.
I have mute, but use it to mute keypad and button press only.
Yea I set up a button to voice activate but it still automatically sets off voice announcement.
So just going to disable it because honestly it's a nuisance.
 
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