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Radius M1225 programing software for windows?

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Dougbrossart

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.I am a contractor that has many m1225s.
We stopped using them when we switched to Nextel.
We want to go back to using them. The FCC issued us a new narrowbanded frequency.
I need to reprogram many radios. I set up my business account with motorola and tried to buy the software. They told me it was obsolete that I could get it online somewhere. Everywhere i look seems to be a scam or unsecure files. Where can I find this software? I plan on using it in the UHF 451.xxx business band legally.
I have found the cabling and manuals but not the software. Please help!
I am also a licensed ham. KM4ACW
I would appreciate any input.
Doug B
 

SteveC0625

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.I am a contractor that has many m1225s.
We stopped using them when we switched to Nextel.
We want to go back to using them. The FCC issued us a new narrowbanded frequency.
I need to reprogram many radios. I set up my business account with motorola and tried to buy the software. They told me it was obsolete that I could get it online somewhere. Everywhere i look seems to be a scam or unsecure files. Where can I find this software? I plan on using it in the UHF 451.xxx business band legally.
I have found the cabling and manuals but not the software. Please help!
I am also a licensed ham. KM4ACW
I would appreciate any input.
Doug B
Log into your MOL account.

Resource Center --> Resource Center --> Software (not Software Support) --> Two-Way --> Discontinued Products

If you don't see it, you'll have to call Customer Service and have them open a case to make it visible to you.

You will want the Conventional version of the software unless you have LS radios. Both are there for the downloading.
 

quarterwave

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"Obsolete" SW, yet it supports a narrowband capable radio that is still in common use. In fact, they are a good mobile. Typical M.

An old friend and M tech said: Don't buy anything from M that has an SP at the end of the part #, and don't buy a new model until they are about to stop making, because that is when they have the bugs worked out.
 
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