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I can't see your replay on the thread because it moved to Motorola forums and I don't see any thing there. Can you please forward that to my email which is r.nadar@verizon.net ( shamia53 )manager .about how to clone Motorola xts 1500 model 1.5 and if dual battery charger can do that and how to program it if I have the frequencies . Thank you
 

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Are you trying to clone a radio that is on a trunking system? If so, I don't believe it will copy over the trunking system without the system key. If its conventional systems only, then you need a cloning cable. You can't clone through a dual battery charger. I think cloning has to be enabled in the radio as well. I've never tried a cloning cable, so hopefully someone else can explain how it works. I went and bought the programming software and cable from Motorola, that way I could make whatever changes I wanted.

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.about how to clone Motorola xts 1500 model 1.5 and if dual battery charger can do that and how to program it if I have the frequencies . Thank you
Uh, your choice of battery charger has ZERO to do with programming of Motorola subscriber radios.

To clone an XTS1500, you need to purchase the CPS from Motorola Solutions, part number is RVN4181. You will also need a PC running Windows XP/Windows 7 with an available USB or RS-232 serial port. You will also have to purchase the appropriate programming cable, the serial port version is Motorola part number RKN-4106, the USB version part number is RKN-4105.

The CPS you buy from Motorola includes tutorials on how to clone radios using the CPS, and online help. You also get technical support and updates when you buy CPS from Motorola Solutions.

In depth training, which is a strong recommendation when programming advanced subscriber radios such as your XTS radios, is also available from Motorola in classroom settings and "train the trainer" environments.

You should contact Motorola Solutions at:

Motorola Solutions Homepage - Motorola Solutions USA
 
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