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MTS2000 VHF codeplug? Anyone?

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I never thought it would be so hard to get a hold of a VHF MTS2000 codeplug. I am in need of a VHF full key model DOS codeplug. Anyone?
 

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Codeplugs are built after you read the radio with the CPS. You have to read the radio first, then create your codeplug. You cannot build the codeplug first and then load it into the radio with the MTS series radios..
 

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mts2000 codeplug

Thr MTS2000 is a flashport radio
you cant just like that flash a new codeplug it will put your radio to situation that it will not work

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Ronen - 4Z4ZQ
 

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Only if it's post 5.42 or greater firmware. You can work it like a dirty whore prior to that.
 

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Only if it's post 5.42 or greater firmware. You can work it like a dirty whore prior to that.
Thanks for the input Mancow, all I need is a dos codeplug, not info on what these people think I can or can't do, I hate sounding tearse, but I hate seeing people who have no idea what they are talking about posting info i never asked for. i have the DEPOT tools, i just need a codelug.
 

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Got one. I actually made one with a DEPOT TOOL and it is fully functional now. Thanks for nothing everyone.
 

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Thanks for the input Mancow, all I need is a dos codeplug, not info on what these people think I can or can't do, I hate sounding tearse, but I hate seeing people who have no idea what they are talking about posting info i never asked for. i have the DEPOT tools, i just need a codelug.
Instead of slamming someone for "who have no idea what they are talking about", why don't you look at it like you taught someone something. I've been working with MTS radio and M products for a long, long time. I'm not a tech, and I have never heard of what your solution you two discussed. I look at it as a learning experience for a resolution that I was not familiar with.
 

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Instead of slamming someone for "who have no idea what they are talking about", why don't you look at it like you taught someone something. I've been working with MTS radio and M products for a long, long time. I'm not a tech, and I have never heard of what your solution you two discussed. I look at it as a learning experience for a resolution that I was not familiar with.
I make no apologies for my statement, I am not gonna have a flame war either. If you don't like my post, too bad, get over it. The facet is, one of the posters has posted misinformation in other forums as well, it helps no one. if the posters are that ineterested in posting info, maybe they should actually do some reading and some learning before posting. I always hate going to forums and the resident Motorola expert has no idea what they are talking bout, it helps no one.
 
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