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dsg1987

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Hello,
I recently became owner of 2 mototrbo xpr 3300's. I would like to perform a factory reset on them and cannot find anything online... Anyone have any insight on doing this?

Thank you in advance,
David
 

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Unless if you have the original codeplug as it came from the factory then you either need to find one that you can clone in or you need to do it manually. The CPS loads some sample codeplugs into your computer's C: drive (Program Files -> Motorola -> MOTOTRBO CPS -> Samples) but I'm not seeing any XPR 3300 samples in there unfortunately.
 

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Download the newest firmware from MOL and install it. Connect the radio and select DEVICE > RECOVER. If you have a valid firmware file, it will show up in a window. Select the check box and then the firmware version and click RECOVER.

You should read the radio with the TUNER software before just in case but I've never had an issue.
 

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I haven't ever used the recover option (other than to actually recover a problem radio) but that's a good idea.
 
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