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Tytera MD2017 programming Local repeaters

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Apr 15, 2019
Kings Park, NY
Hello, I recently downloaded some local repeaters into my baofeng uv5r. I’ve figured out the good and the bad repeaters. When I try and program one analog repeater into my Tyt-md2017 the green light flashes indicating audio but I hear nothing and the speaker is all the way up. I assumed I can program analog repeaters even though it is a DMR radio because it has analog options. I’ve done it before on this radio. Works on baofeng not working on tyt. Does anyone know the best way to program repeaters into a tyt-md2017 and if there is an easy way to download them. I know in Chirp you can just download right from repeaterbook but I’m not sure if you can do that on tyt cps. Does anybody know anything about this and why there’s no audio coming through?

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