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sharoknivesloudguns

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Reading through the manual for my pro-106. Should i delete the freqs. someone else has entered into my scanner ?? i think that i read that you can do this and my v-scanner freqs. would remain installed. Or whenever my order from the Shack comes with my interface cable, should i be able to program "my" freqs and they will overide and erase whats programmed. ....... ???? Thanks again for the info once again everyone.
 

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Hey Welcome to RR, First of all did You buy a cable also? The Pro-106 doesn't come with a cable. Oh sorry I see You've been here a while too!
When You program with software it will delete all the old stuff that's in it. If You need any help I have WIN500 and I could send you a file or anything I can do.
 
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IMHO, it's always a good idea to start fresh by restoring the scanner to factory defaults. Also, IMNSHO, V-Folders are a marketing gimmick and will by definition be out of date and may not be very helpful. They don't detract in any way from the scanner's memory or anything - I just think hey're useless fluff the manufacturer put there as a marketing tool

If you want the latest, most accurate frequencies, trunked systems, talkgroups etc. ten use a programming package which interfaces with RadioReference's database and a programming cable.
 
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