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alexrz

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can someone please help me
i have a xts3000 radio but i dont know how to tell if its vhf or uhf

this is all the info i have

R07.71.07

DSPN 08.03.05

Flash code: 599108-1c5e00-1
 

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you need the model # in the service mode it should have an H and some # and letters. That is how to decode the band by the model #
 

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I've moved this thread to the Motorola forum. Motorola radios are not amateur equipment so only use the Amateur Equipment forum for its designated hardware. Thanks.
 

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The model # is: H09RDH9PW7BN
H09RDH9PW7BN

R split, which is 403 - 470, if I'm not mistaken. And while I'm here, these are the options in your flashcode:

Code:
Q806/G806	IMBE / APCO-25 Digital Operation
H14/G114	Digital ID Display
H101,G101,H169	Conventional Repeater Access (Analog Operation Only)(MDC1200 or Singletone)
H868/W298	Conventional Multikey and Analog Conventional MDC OTAR
G170/H43	Remote Monitor and Radio Trace
H46	        One-Touch Operation
H39	        Selective Radio Inhibit
H38/G51	        Smartzone Operation
Q181	        Add StatAlert (MDC1200) Features
Q352	        Soft ID
Q351	        MODAT Operation
W947/Q947	APCO Packet Data
H270/H738	MDC Status Message
Q387	        Conventional voting scan
Q173/G173	Smartzone OmniLink Operation
G182	        Enhanced Radio Call Protocol
 

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I'd vote for the whorish type flash...Rarely do you see that many flashed features on a 3000 without it being a frankenflash...LOL....But if its what the buyer wants.....enjoy.
lol, thank you so much for your help i really apreciated
Happy new year!!! :)
 

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Okay, frankenflash yes, but whore flash (Nick flash) no. :)
 

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Nick flash

Code:
Q806/G806	IMBE / APCO-25 Digital Operation
H14/G114	Digital ID Display
H101,G101,H169 Conventional Repeater Access (Analog Operation Only)(MDC1200 or Singletone)
H868/W298 Conventional Multikey and Analog Conventional MDC OTAR
G170/H43	Remote Monitor and Radio Trace
H38/G51	Smartzone Operation
H07	Multikey software encryption
Q354	OTACS (Over The Air Channel Steering)
Q353	OTACR (Over The Air Channel Reassignment)
Q352	Soft ID
Q351	MODAT Operation
W947/Q947	APCO Packet Data
Q387	Conventional voting scan
Q173/G173	Smartzone OmniLink Operation
G182	Enhanced Radio Call Protocol

599108-1c5e00-1

Code:
Q806/G806	IMBE / APCO-25 Digital Operation
H14/G114	Digital ID Display
H101,G101,H169	Conventional Repeater Access (Analog Operation Only)(MDC1200 or Singletone)
H868/W298	Conventional Multikey and Analog Conventional MDC OTAR
G170/H43	Remote Monitor and Radio Trace
H46	        One-Touch Operation
H39	        Selective Radio Inhibit
H38/G51	        Smartzone Operation
Q181	        Add StatAlert (MDC1200) Features
Q352	        Soft ID
Q351	        MODAT Operation
W947/Q947	APCO Packet Data
H270/H738	MDC Status Message
Q387	        Conventional voting scan
Q173/G173	Smartzone OmniLink Operation
G182	        Enhanced Radio Call Protocol
Frankenflash!

What is the most whored out flashcode in the world?
 
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What is the most whored out flashcode in the world?
FFFFFF-FFFFFF-F

While the 1C5E is not "the" Nick Delucia flash (4F1E), it still isn't a legitimate flash. Nicks flashcode enabled crap that wasn't compatible with each other, software encryption and IMBE.
 
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