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I need some help programming my 700p

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salonorg

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so i have a jaguar 700p and i messed it up i forgot to back up the feature string and
i called harris and they will not give it to me. they said i have to go to a harris dealer
to get it is there anyone out there that can get the original string for me ?
i have my esn and sn . is there anyone that can help me out ?
thanks a bunch
 

Radioman96p71

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If you lose your Feature code, you are SOL. Harris is the only one with the records to give it back to you. If you were extremely lucky, the person you got it from backed it up. (but you have better odds winning the lotto by that point).

Just an idea, I have my software set to create backups every time a radio is reprogrammed. It will be stored with the main exe file in a folder called Backup under its ESN. Worth a shot, otherwise you will have to find a way to convince Harris to give you the factory code that it came with. (this also assumes noone has swapped the ESN from another radio.)
 

salonorg

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well aftder a bunch of hard work harris did email me the feature code . 4 people there denied me and said i had to go to a dealer then one lady emailed the original information me
 
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