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Motorola pro3150

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pepperellgeek

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Does anyone have a clue how to program the pro3150?
I have 8 new in the box (old stock) and I can not find anything other than info in spanish.
Any concept of what the specs are or if I am wasting my time ?
I would be gratefull for any input.
 

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Does anyone have a clue how to program the pro3150?
I have 8 new in the box (old stock) and I can not find anything other than info in spanish.
Any concept of what the specs are or if I am wasting my time ?
I would be gratefull for any input.
I do believe that the PRO3150 is the same radio as the HT1250 in which case you would program it with the Professional Series Software HVN9025 (CPS 6.12.02 is the current version.)

Do the radios have FCC ID numbers on them? What is the model number on them?
 

pepperellgeek

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MOTOTOLA PRO3150 info

Steve, thank you for your reply.
perhaps i should have read rhe label, it clearly states its only approved for central america , south america, mexico, etc.
Does this mean that I own 8 perfectly new useless bricks?
I am really getting into radios, and I wanted to use these to start me moving forward into the ham world.
 

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Luis_R

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I do believe that the PRO3150 is the same radio as the HT1250 in which case you would program it with the Professional Series Software HVN9025 (CPS 6.12.02 is the current version.)
You can't use that software on international radios. "I believe" the software he needs is the Entry Level Proffessional Radio CPS HVN9017.

To the op, the software is available, you just need to search and you should find it.
 

2009KVFD976

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With the right RSS CPS and patience, they can be programmed. I have some and I programmed them myself. As far as finding the software... Good luck. Its very hard to find these days. Hope this helps
 
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