Check here under "Getting the Upgrade", there are full instructions on that page for the upgrading process:i am trying to update a new 436 hp with dmr when i go to my Uniden it is asking for electronic number and a checksum where do i find the checksum
Oh i know , just wanted to know for my curiousity. Now that said, been testing the new upgrade and i seem to have stumbled onto a potential bug in the upgrade, this bug relates to the TDMA slot number (the TS assignments for the system), when i set up the test using my SharkRF Openspot as my "gunea pig" to see how the scanner sounded on DMR and to figure out how to set this up originally i had programmed the TG`s to the TS i had set up for my DMR ham radio, in this case timeslot 1, however when i was scanning the newly programmed test it seems that the TS is reversed (if, for example the system says to program TS 1 to listen to it in my case i had to change that to TS 2). I have the timeslot for my Openspot set to TS1 but when i first ran the test i couldn`t get anything, changing all my TG`s to listen on TS2 seems to have fixed this, and this is the workaround that i`ve found that seems to work. So, for those that are programming DMR stuff with this upgrade be aware that you may need to program the oppisite TS to the one that`s listed in the RRDB or whatever list you`re working from, further testing will be done to confirm my findings tomorrow as one of the systems i`m listening to isn`t working today . I`ll post back after tomorrow and let y`all know of any new findings on this. N9NRAProgramming trunked systems from the scanner keypad is a really bad idea. Do it from Sentinel.
Your key will always be available when you sign into the same area where you registered your scanner at my.uniden.com. and click on "all my scanners".SAVE YOUR KEY! You might not be able to recover it from what i`ve heard (or at least it will be somewhat diffacult to recover it), and two, print off your key as well (save it to your computer in something like Wordpad or any decent word processor, then print it off) that way you`ll have a hard copy of it if your PC decides to take a dump on ya (god forbid).
Okay, i saw that after i finished with the upgrade and was just looking at my scanner registeration stuff. Gotta say i like what this upgrade gave me, with the exception of a small bug (i mentioned it in another post, relates to the "TDMA slot" setting), even with that i like that i can now monitor DMR on my scanner . Defenitely worh the money IMO. N9NRAYour key will always be available when you sign into the same area where you registered your scanner at my.uniden.com. and click on "all my scanners".
It will show all scanners that you have registered along with all upgrade keys you have purchased for them.