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P1225 Programmed

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ducommff

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I have a motorola p1225-LS Model number P94ZPH95A2AA that needs programming. I know this radio is a 2 channel model but, doing some reading is there a way to put more then 2 channels into the radio? I need about 13 channels programmed. does anybody willing to program the radio for me?
 

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There are 2 and 16 channel versions of the P1225. That model number is definately a 2 channel. You will not be able to program more than 2 channels in this radio.

A Motorola dealer should be able program the radio. You can expect to pay about $50-$75 for programming unless you find a dealer that really likes you.
 

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I don't believe that there is a Hex edit trick out there to mod the P1225 for more channels. There was an aftermarket add-on board made by Scholer-Johnson that added PassPort/LTR options to the radio, as well as boosting the conventional channel personalities to some high number. You could purchase that board (and the special RSS that goes along with it), but you'd end up paying more for all of that combined, rather than just getting a 16 Channel radio.


Hey, Dayton Hamvention is coming up. If you plan on going, (I know I am), you could probably get them there on the cheap.
 
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