At this point, you will only receive "scanner stuff" on your smartphone when you are in range of your home's router, assuming you are using infrastructure mode. (Access Point mode doesn't have a very far reach).Ok thanks so after doing this I will have what is in my scanner on my phone, and will be able to listen on my phone as well on my scanner ? What I am asking is I can walk around and listen on my phone but when I am home I can listen to everything on my scanner , again new at this thanks for all the help and how do I enable the wifi on my scanner ?
Favorites Lists are indeed enabled/disabled with location control (assuming Location Control is On and you use a GPS device if you move around).I thought favs were enabled / disabled via Siren based on GPS location? Or was I wishing that?
That would indicate Uniden acutely cares about customer service. Which from what I been experiencing in last two weeks. is big fat no.I'd say someone who is handy at developing iPhone and Android apps ought to make Upman and offer, perhaps swapping development for scanners. Plus having someone who is a scanner/Siren app user developing something else might be a good thing.
Well, I guess my phone was really slow to automate pickup the update. And I was kind of hoping some advances were made. I should have know better.Uniden is all about the all mighty dollar. I'm glad agencies are encrypting. Pretty soon the scanner will become a thing of the past and no more over promised scanners with incomplete software.
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The squelch work as it would on the scanner same with the volume.Although I use Siren in my car, on my iPhone 7, it seems that most of the (possible) functions don’t work. The only functions that DO work are “Hold” and “Resume Scan”. To be honest, those are the only things I really need to do, however it would be nice of all of the other functions that show in the display, which replicates the HP1 or HP2 display, did work as they do in the HP units.
I’m curious as to why there is a “Squelch” tab on Siren, because the squelch is a rotary knob on the radio. Even if that function DID work on Siren, how would it affect the radio, since it is knob-controlled?
The knob is just a rotary encoder. Squelch is controlled by software, and the squelch value can come from the encoder or an external command.I’m curious as to why there is a “Squelch” tab on Siren, because the squelch is a rotary knob on the radio. Even if that function DID work on Siren, how would it affect the radio, since it is knob-controlled?