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Icom ic-f3021s factory reset

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CSFD390

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Hello,

I posted 2 post ago, in regards to programming several ICOM radios. I finally got all of the radios recognized by the COM port....and I created a new temp let, with new frequencies, and I hit clone to write the radio, with the status bar titled "Clone", it fills up, and then shows illegal data, check com ports etc. So right now I have 2 radios stating, "CLONE NG".

So, how can I factory reset the radios, or erase the current program?

I still have the same, official software they were last touched with.

Any help is needed!!!!


Thanks, Mike.
 

ASAD

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I don't think it can be reset. You can re-program it to default as it was by Icom.

When I bought mine brand new, I saved its default .ICF file. I can email it to you if you give me your email.
 

ab3ai

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The last time I saw that was on my 3161. The software and firmware were not compatable. I had upgraded the firmware and didn't upgrade the software on my laptop. Once I upgraded the software it work fine. You might want to check into that. With my 3261 I had to write to the radio three times before it took and that has happened with other 3161 and 5061.
 
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