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QT mode I'm not sure what the QT means on the display of my T6200, but it seems to keep me from being able to receive calls from my friends unless I call them first. How do I disable this feature?

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  • Funky1 Nov 28, 2007

    Thanks for the help Neto!



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Hello QT means Quiet Tone and is used to keep the radio muted until some call you using QT programmed on their radio.

To remove this feature press the Menu key for 3 seconds until the channel number blinks, then press menu agai until you reach the QT function (QT will Blinks or appear) on the display, then press up/down keys to turn it off, then ptt.

Good Luck

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