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Nx-5000 fpp question

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I see you can hold the * to input a letter as the NAC for FPP P25. I am trying to put in ACE is the NAC.. I can only get an A to work and then when I press the 2 again it puts in another A. The toggle doesn’t do anything.

Can this be done via fPP or does it need to be done in the software? Thank you
 

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Okay, from the FB thread, here is how you work the manual NAC code entry.

When in FPP, in a P25 channel edit. RX and TX NAC's have A,B,C,D,E,F in them.

Press and hold the STAR "*" for a beep,
and on the keypad, key in the combo 2,5,8,9,0,#,* = A,B,C,D,E,F (in that order)
FOR EACH LETTER!
Press * till you hear a Beep, then 2=A
Press * till you hear a Beep, then 5=C
Press * till you hear a Beep, then#=E

Nac code ACE will be displayed.
 

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Okay, from the FB thread, here is how you work the manual NAC code entry.

When in FPP, in a P25 channel edit. RX and TX NAC's have A,B,C,D,E,F in them.

Press and hold the STAR "*" for a beep,
and on the keypad, key in the combo 2,5,8,9,0,#,* = A,B,C,D,E,F (in that order)
FOR EACH LETTER!
Press * till you hear a Beep, then 2=A
Press * till you hear a Beep, then 5=C
Press * till you hear a Beep, then#=E

Nac code ACE will be displayed.
worked liked charm! Thank You.
 
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