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Can anyone flash a radio for me in northwest ohio?

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I have a UHF Motorola GP-380 that I need re flashed with a good codeplug. I do not have a flash adapter or the money for one at this time. Just need to get my portable working ASAP. Radio is brand new just has the codeplug error. I don't need any programming done other than a good codeplug wrote back into the radio, If you can flash this radio for me and get it working for a cheap price please let me know. Thanks.
 
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My fault, The radio has a codeplug error... I just need it fixed so I can program the radio and use it. I have tried loading other codeplugs into the radio via my CPS and none of them are working. I forgot to save the original codeplug so it just needs recovered from the codeplug error.
 

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Then - what you need is a code plug from another exact same model with the exact same flash code
so you can program a good code plug into the radio.

Not sure but I think I heard of a web site that has good code plugs on it
to download. You may want to do a google search and see if you can find
it or perhaps someone else will post it for you.
 
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Hey guys I was just goin off what others have said. I was advised that the radio's firmware had to be re flashed. I have searched for codeplugs on both top sites and have still had no luck in finding one that my radio accepts. So here are the specs on it.


Motorola GP-380 UHF

TANAPA: PMUE1579A
Version Number:R07.06.03 #1571
Model Number: AZH25RDH9AA6

I have tried all the code plugs that were in my CPS as well and none of them will take in my radio. If anyone could help me get this radio working It would be greatly appreciated.
 
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