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Pro97 Menus and Other Stuff....

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NeFire242

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I've been messing around with the Pro97 a little more lately and have come upon some stuff that might be useful.

Power-On the scanner and while you see the Welcome Banner (Screen), press the following for a function:

1 - Key Tones ON.
2 - Key Tones OFF.
3 - Firmware Version.
Light - Sets Light Time.
PGM - Pre-programmed Freqs (dumps them into Banks 0,1).
0 - Factory Tests:
(submenu)
1 - Initialization.
2 - Test Settings
5 - EEPROM Testing (will initialize once completed).
6 - EEPROM Testing (will initialize once completed).
7 - Delay Mode Off.
9 - Programming All.

I've also attached several p97 files. The "new scanner" is the Pro97 out of the box. The "factory test" is from the submenu (item 9) and what freqs and PLs it places in the banks. The "pre programmed" is what freqs will be put into banks 0 and 1 if you use the PGM key while powering on.

Does anyone else know any key codes or other menu options?
 

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KCChiefs9690

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Something else useful:

Press FUNC + TEXT while in Program mode, and you can edit the startup screen text.

I made a thread on it a while ago, but though I should add it here. ;)
 
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