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RCA RDR2500 programming

bcooper8441

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So just recently the security company i work for moved me to a different site,and this one has a RCA RDR2500 DMR/Analog radio,i have used it a few times and found that they SUCK so i was going to use my cp200d (i am allowed by my work to use my own personal radio) but the problem is that the software is “not purchasable” according to discount two way radios (the ones who sold us the radios) and I can’t find anything online. Does anyone know a compatible software or what i can use to decode the talkgroup,color code,and time slot for the radio
 

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The same answer applies to the last time you asked this...

 

bcooper8441

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The same answer applies to the last time you asked this...

I haven’t been on the forms part of this page in a long time, I didn’t realize i asked the same question
 
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