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LEO / Paramedic
Premium Subscriber
Feb 9, 2018
Western Oklahoma
Can someone tell me how to read the features from the radio across the radio screen..?


Apr 19, 2018
It would need to be programmed to show that. On the p press menu "m", then scroll till you see features, click "m" again scroll through till it reads the feature numbers. It will be after the feature string. I am sure the M is similar but I have no idea. I never owned or used one.

If it was not programmed to show that menu option, features will not be there


Database Admin
Jun 5, 2002
Hubert, NC
Mobiles is pretty much the same. Press Menu, then use left most rocker to scroll to Features and press Menu again. Use the same rocker to scroll through the serial number and feature string to get to the enabled features. Press Clear to escape.

As noted above, the radio must be programmed for the Features menu to be available.
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