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XPR Need codeplug XPR4380

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BigJim22

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Need codeplug for an XPR4380 Model AAM27UMC9LB1AN

Trying to clone a few radios that are codeplug password locked. I did clone 1 with a sample 4380 codeplug, it did erase the password but changed the model number. These radios are going to local moto shop to be programmed for their connect plus system. I'm just trying to clear the password because they add an extra $200 to clear it for you. These will be activated on the dealers system.

Thanks for any help!
 

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It changed the model number? It shouldn't have let you clone if the model number was different. Also it won't let you clone unless the device features are the similar.
 

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Yes, changed to M27UMC9LB1AN The other model number is off the sticker on the radio. There was the warning the features might be different, but the CPS still reports Connect Plus option as purchased. Maybe it's ok, I don't know yet. Just would like to find out before it goes to Moto shop.
 

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That's the same model number. I've often seen where CPS doesn't show the leading Region Code (AA) while it's present on the sticker. That's pretty old CPS so if the other radios were programmed with a newer version, you won't be able to write to them.

Do you have firmware? You should be able to perform a Recovery and wipe out the password that way. Again, you'll need current or newer firmware than what's present in those other radios.
 

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I think you nailed it with the model number... The one radio I did clone reads and writes fine now with no password.




That's the same model number. I've often seen where CPS doesn't show the leading Region Code (AA) while it's present on the sticker. That's pretty old CPS so if the other radios were programmed with a newer version, you won't be able to write to them.

Do you have firmware? You should be able to perform a Recovery and wipe out the password that way. Again, you'll need current or newer firmware than what's present in those other radios.
 
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