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jay12

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hello im trying to clone my new mts to my old one but it wont let me the Serial Number is not the same, is there any way to get around this ?
 

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Do you mean model numbers? The models have to be an exact match.
 

jay12

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nope according to the cps the S/N numbers need to bee the same
 

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That doesnt make sense, the whole point of sn numbers is that they are all different.
 

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WIth CPS you need to have the codeplug open for the first radio and then read the serial # of the second radio and then do a clone, but like Rakerland said, the model #'s and feature sets must match.
 
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