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You can make your profile cold boot persistent by following these steps. Create the profile. Once saved click on your wireless icon and select options. Scroll down to export. Select the export all profiles and press ok to finish creating the .reg file. Tech Support Barcoding Technical Support
this is because you are cold booting the unit. Everytime you cold boot a 9090 it re-sets all saved settings. You need to warm boot only unless you want the unit reset to default. any problems please mail firstname.lastname@example.org for support - we supply MC9090's in refurbished condition complerte with like new warranty incase you need any
Hi Christian, if your scanner was manufactured before February 2010 it may not be able to communicate directly with 123Scan2 so you wont be able to upgrade firmware with the program, but you will still be able to use it to create configuration sheets. These are the only two uses for 123Scan2.
To create a configuration sheet without "finding" the scanner click Create New Configuration then choose My scanner is NOT connected. Select the LS2208 and click on the blue firmware button to get into the configuration. When you have completed your configuration click the Print bar codes selection at the top of the window and when the file comes up be sure to click on the Bar code formatting menu and change the Bar code type to 1D One setting per barcode if it is not already there. Older scanners will not work with concatenated 1D barcodes where 123Scan2 puts more than one setting into a barcode.
in the default settings of datawedge is an issue with barcode length for code128. Please check it and setup the specific length, that you want to use.
Klick on the DataWedge icon, select Standard Configurations, go to Scanner, Decoders, Code128 and select the min and max value.
Depending on what application your client will use, you will need to configure the scanner in which ever way suits your customer.
If you use a telnet client kind like wavelink, you can configure it from there. If you planning on using some other application that has not scaner api's, you will need to use datawedge which is available as a free download from symbol support.
The DCP is normally available free of charge, however motorola has changed the downloads policy for dcp and depending on the version, you may need to provide them with information of the terminal and request the download.
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