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RRR

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I have a subscription to MotoTrbo CPS, and received the 25khz entitlement key (HKVN4046A) several months ago.

I just downloaded CPS to my new laptop, and need the EID so I can continue to use 25khz frequencies.

How do I recover my EID from my MOL account?

Thank you
 

TampaTyron

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If you have a valid cps subscription, then you have to call moto. Most people just perform the wideband cps mod..... TT
 

RRR

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I did the CPS mod on my old computer, but I got a new laptop and the EID does not transfer from one computer to the other.

I guess I'll call /\/\ tomorrow
 

PACNWDude

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EID recovery.

I usually keep a printout of the e-mail from Motorola for my EID codes. It is also possible to get the wideband ones for free from Motorola by ordering ner ones.
On some computers I also take a screen shot after I type it in, but before registering it with Motorola. Just in case. Usually this is for features I have to pay for. Motorola's customer service annoys me with their "I don't care about your problems attitude" these days. So the less time I am on hold the better.
 
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