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coleglenn05

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Im looking for some help. I was sent a file that has frequencies in it that I need. The individual that sent it to me just emailed me the actual file that Motorola Proffessional Series software saves it as.

I didnt know if there was a way to extract it... I have the CPS and Radius software, But they arent able to load.
 

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Im looking for some help. I was sent a file that has frequencies in it that I need. The individual that sent it to me just emailed me the actual file that Motorola Proffessional Series software saves it as.

I didnt know if there was a way to extract it... I have the CPS and Radius software, But they arent able to load.
PM coming your way.
 

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The file the individual sent you is called a code plug. You can view its contents by opening it with the correct version CPS.

How many frequencies are we talking here. It may just be easier to create your own code plug for the radio you have instead of coping and pasting from someone elses code plug.
 

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Well its a *.CPG. What im trying to do is transfer the frequencies over to PR400 handhelds and to Kenwoods.
I just sent a clip of all the frequencies, bandwidth, and TPL/DPL/CSQ info from your codeplug. You should be good to go.

I did not toss that codeplug yet so if you need more info, just drop me a note.
 
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