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Transferring frequencies to astro25 from astro?

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jhal94

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Hello all, I recently acquired an XTS2500 UHF and I am trying to transfer the personalities to it from my XTS3000

The problem is the format is all different as far as programming in the frequencies (there is no longer a general tab in the personality) and I can't seem to figure out how to get around typing 160 frequency pairs along with the signaling and whatnot into where it's supposed to be now (In the zone channel assignment area....whoever decided that was a good idea..umm no).

Maybe it's the way FPP needs it to be laid out.

I have used arkardams tool but it did not help me with the frequencies. It is very tedious to enter them all manually and I hope someone here can help.
 
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If you have an FPP enabled radio, you will need to do it by hand. Welcome to the world of two 24" monitors, a trackball and a numeric keypad keyboard.
 
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