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station32

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Ok today I way trying to put two encryption keys in my radio and it did not work. In my buddy's radio I put the key me and him would be using and a I already have a key in mine that me and my other friend use so in where key 2 goes I put the other key in. Than I went in to the personality and selected key 2 but my buddy's radio could not pick up mine because of different keys I tried putting the keys in a few time to make sure I had right ones and still did not work it only work it only worked when I put same key in key one and two it works anyone have any ideas.
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When programming ADP it is imperitive that not only the Key Data match but the Key ID as well.

If the Key ID's are different the radios won't know which proper Key Data to select.

What seems to has happend is as follows:
A Radio:
  • Key 1 = 1234567890

B Radio (your radio):
  • Key 1 = 1234567890
  • Key 2 = 0987654321

C Radio:
  • Key 1 = 0987654321

The Key ID part would need to match properly. Setting the Key ID for your second buddies radio to be 0002 or whatever ID your using should fix the issue.
 
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