Every time i try to make a call the phone keep on saying "Time out Waiting on radio" even if its an emergency call and i have tried the trouble shoot solution that the manual provide which claim i should wait but the phone display the same message even when its hour after i restarted it
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If the wrong code has been entered too many times the radio is likely to be permanently blocked.
Each time a code is entered wrongly or the wrong code is used there will be a waiting time before the code can be tried again and each time that waiting time will be longer; up to several hours.
It is important to enter the code and activate the radio precisely so check the procedure in the manual before starting then if the code won't go in assume you have the wrong code.
The correct code can be purchased from the dealer or various internet sites offer "find your code" services. Alternatively it is possible to have the radio re-coded or decoded. Bear in mind the radio could be permanently blocked and effectively useless..
The red lead (switched) turns the radio on when the ignition switch is turned on and off when the ignition switch is turned off. The orange wire is used to keep power constantly going to the radio so you don't lose the last channel you were on, and it gives you emergency weather information even if the radio is off. If you want the radio to stay on all the time even if the ignition switch is turned off then you can just put both wires to a constant power source like directly to the positive post of the battery or an un-switched connection on the fuse panel, and you just turn it off with the volume/power switch. But you have to remember to turn the radio off or you could drain the battery in a few days. So the choice is yours. :)
hi.i have work at a hyundai dealer during 6 years and your problem is the radio.the bluetooth module in radio must be replace under warranty.if you already remplace radio maybe its your phone but most of the time its the radio
Channel 9 is the Emergency Channel for Citizen's Band radios. You'll probably have better luck tuning to a channel that you hear conversations being conducted on to get help though. If no conversations are heard, channel 9 is the place to go.
This radio produces the FCC maximum allowed 4 watt output power with fully charged batteries. The effective range can vary from as little as 1 or 2 miles to 20 or more miles, based on elevation, antenna and surroundings. Of course, if you are in a desolate area, where other people with CB radios are 50 miles away - having even a whooping 45 mile range won't cut it. Plus, they have to have the radio on when you are calling, too. The flexible antenna provided on many CB walkie talkies is about "poorest excuse" for an antenna going. Consider purchasing a better antenna if you're going to rely on the CB for help.
The same holds true for cell phones. If you're too far away from a tower to get service, people just 5 miles away won't know that you need help, unless you find them. What do you do? Have a back up plan. Call ahead. Is cell service available? Is your carrier (Verizon, ATT, etc. supported?) Are there government agencies that monitor specific radio frequencies? What other gear should you have before starting out? You should also arrange to leave a copy of your itinerary with someone. Set up predetermined times for contacting them - this way, should a contact time be missed, they will notice that you're missing and can take appropriate action.
If You know the code:
1. Turn radio On 2. Display say "Code in" 3. Enter the Code by memory station buttons (4 digits)
If You enter wrong code for the first time:
1. Turn radio off. 2. Turn radio on 3. Press and hold the band "~" button 4. Display shows ==== 5. Wait till display say "code in" 6. Enter the code by mem. station buttons.(4 digits)
Important: You mast wait by Radio ON in = = = = condition, and not in - - - -!
The max. waiting time is 90 min.
TIP: Tested by PU-1570A Eeprom 93C46 1. Radio Off 2. Press and hold the Band "~" Button. 3. Turn the radio ON 4. Enjoy!