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Help me setup Mtrunker32

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KC0LOE

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I have a Pro2096 scanner. I downloaded mtrunker32, but have know idea how to use it. I read the readme file, but got more confused than before. Can some one walk me through the steps of setting this bad boy up? I have the data cable from the com port on the computer to the scanner if that helps. Thanks.
 

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I've seen mention of a "TP-4" test point or solder pad on the circuit board. Most folks wouldn't want to tear into a relatively expensive model. They're more likely add a tap to one of their older radios. My guess is not many folks have tapped their '2096.

There's a section in the Wiki that discusses (generically) tapping a radio. It's been a few days since anyone else has responded so you may be on your own.
 
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