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Theroofable

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Is it just outdated software, or is there no ability to decode a fleetsync id and display the id on the tk790 radios? I am having the same problem with my tk280, even though the display id is turned on in the programming software.
 

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The 790 does not have caller ID. The 280 will but you need a version 2 radio to do this.
 

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Is that a firmware upgrade? Im having the same issue with 2 tk2170s, which are a few years old. The caller id is set to on, but doesnt display. Thanks for the help. It sucks, the 790 is a great radio for fire trucks and ambulances, but it should have that ability.
 
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