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XPR 7550 Code #1027

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Litleabey

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My buddy gave me his XPR 7550 Motorola and I'm trying to program it. Does anyone know why its giving me a error code of 1027. I am running version 8.6. Sorry guys but I'm very new to this.
 

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I think it's a region code. Either the radio is from a different region or the CPS is for a different region.

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My buddy gave me his XPR 7550 Motorola and I'm trying to program it. Does anyone know why its giving me a error code of 1027. I am running version 8.6. Sorry guys but I'm very new to this.
The CPS for the XPR 7550 programming is 14.0 as of few days ago when Motorola released it. Like nearly all Motorola radios, your MOTOTRBO radio has a regional ID. Generally speaking you're friend first bought the XPR 7550 from a different region that is why you're getting the error code 1027.
 

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From my experience #1027 is an unsupported CPS error. Install the latest version, which as others have mentioned is R14 now.

If that doesn't work it's most likely a region error. Unless the radio was hit with depot the XPR7550 is North America.
 

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If the radio's model number begins with anything other than "AA", then it is meant for another region. Any radio whose model number does not begin with region code "AA" (North America) cannot be programmed with the North American CPS. I encountered the same problem with an "LA" (Latin America) XPR6550 I got once. I tried to program it with my CPS and it gave me that same error code.
 
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