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radio259

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I know I should know this, can I transfer my license key for this software fro one PC to another??

Do not have paperwork for the original license.
 

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Yes, you need to un register the software on your current PC and then it will allow you to activate it on your new one.
 

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BTW, guys. If you need, I do have 1 spare K-region (USA) license for KPG-D1N. It's not authenticated. And I am intended to let it go just for EPL price. PM if you need.
 

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I cannot find my paper work with the license key on it. This is the wide band license key I purchased for myself for the Ham world.
 

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I cannot find my paper work with the license key on it. This is the wide band license key I purchased for myself for the Ham world.
See if your dealer retained a copy of it, otherwise you will have to buy a new one, Kenwood will not refresh wide band licenses.

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I was the dealer. moved to new shop. Much more relaxed and organized. Supposedly we are getting Kenwood here. They approached us when they found out I left the other place.
 

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BTW, guys. If you need, I do have 1 spare K-region (USA) license for KPG-D1N. It's not authenticated. And I am intended to let it go just for EPL price. PM if you need.
For all who will need a license - I don't have spare licenses anymore.
 

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My department is getting four kenwood nx5200 portable radios. Do we have to purchase a key for p-25 to be used for each unit, or can we buy one to be used on all four ?
 

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My department is getting four kenwood nx5200 portable radios. Do we have to purchase a key for p-25 to be used for each unit, or can we buy one to be used on all four ?
You will need to purchase the P25 upgrade for all radios. and its around 375-400 bucks each if I remember correctly. There are also two dfferent upgrades P25 Conventional and P25 Trunking
 

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My department is getting four kenwood nx5200 portable radios. Do we have to purchase a key for p-25 to be used for each unit, or can we buy one to be used on all four ?
You can buy 1 license file for any qty of activations (radios) you need. You can buy 5 license files with 1 activation available if you like.
 
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