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XTS1500 Quick Call Encode

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skip0157

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I'm trying to program a portable to use for testing new emergency receivers (before the console is installed) I see that there is a check box for QC Encode but it's shaded out in the CPS. I'm using the latest version of the CPS.
Does anyone know how to activate this and also does it require a special option to be flashed to the radio?

The Quick Call decode is available to be checked in the CPS.

The radio is flashed for conventional, P25. It's also a UHF radio which shouldn't make any difference.

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60ASSTCHIEF

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I dont believe 1500's can do Encoding. They have limited buttons on them and it has to be added to the menu which cant be done on the 1500's.
 

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1500 Encode

According to Motorola the xts 1500 is not capable to encode. I had found this out when i had tried it a while back.
 
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