Yes I have done all the required up grades, the scanner will stop on an active frequency, but no audio , then after that it won't even stop on active transmissions,
Yes, that's what me and others are seeing and discussing in other threads since the NXDN update came out. For me the only way it decodes NXDN is using the Limit Search mode. It works great that way, it decodes the audio perfectly and it shows all the info like TG, RID, RAN, NXDN type, etc.
When I program NXDN frequencies as trunked or conventional, it doesn't decode at all, neither in scanning mode or paused/manual. I can confirm is receiving something due to the signal meter going full and then going to the Limit Search and hear it decoding fine there on the same frequency. It's almost like something is keeping it from opening squelch or not letting the audio through in any other mode. (And yes, I've tried EVERY SINGLE setting combo I can think of, from keeping everything completely open and in Auto mode, to entering all the specific settings like RAN, TG, Type, etc. but I'm open for suggestions).
Weird enough, the only 2 frequencies that get decoded on programmed mode (and these might be the only Type-D I have come across) are two that the radio shows as full time encrypted but I have to wonder if they really are because in Search mode I see on other frequencies random/glitch-y stuff like talkgroups sometimes switch between Type-C and Type-D and towards the beginning or end of a voice transmission you can hear/see a brief Encryption false detect.
Limit Search has it's own set of little bugs, like some frequencies just don't want to lock out, and part of it has to do with having Flexstep enabled. And some of the settings like Delay, can't seem to be disabled. But that's stuff for another thread/bug report.
Yes, I also submitted it most of this to the Whistler bug reports and tried all the suggestions so far from people online and offline. At this point the ball I think is in Whistler's court and they need to address it, in my opinion.