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Just got my G4 today. Programmed trunked systems OK. Nice radio but I don't know why they don't have a manual. My first question:

1 - Is there a way to turn off the voice announcement when you are changing channels? "Trunking Talkgroup Normal Scan".
 
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Just got my G4 today. Programmed trunked systems OK. Nice radio but I don't know why they don't have a manual. My first question:

1 - Is there a way to turn off the voice announcement when you are changing channels?
There's a manual here:

http://www.scannermaster.com/v/vspfiles/downloadables/Unication-G4-User-Manual.pdf

I assume you are talking about the voice announcement when changing zones. You can do that in PPS when configuring the zone by setting "Voice Prompt" to "None".

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Yes.
With your codeplug open.
D View / Edit Profile then 5 Zone / Channel Setting. Double click the channel you want to remove it from.
Its at the top next to Voice Prompt.. Select None.
 

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That's not a manual it's just a quick guide and does not answer my question.

Thank you I Am.


That actually is the manual. The quick guide is a single page.

Your question was really a PPS question, and the manual for that is included with the software. It’s actually pretty decent.

Jim


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New G4 many ??

They described it correctly. But here is where you turn voice prompt ON or OFF for each square/ZONE in tab #5 of the PPS. Doubling clicking a square in any ZONE gives you that "photo below"* control page to set things up in. You program it for each square THERE. The drop down tab for Voice Prompt should be "NONE" if you don't want to hear that voice every time you click to a new knob on the radio. That's the CONTROL for it. There isn't one on the radio itself
 
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