I have a E280 with the radio function disabled, I heard that this was due to some taxation import duty associated with the EU. I am also told that some user groups have a downloadable software fix to enble this feature.....anyone know of anything.
Finally does anyone else find loading music into this device from media player 10 a complete pain in the a§$%&% I totally loose the tracks in the menu structure is it listed as artist, favourites, tracks, albums god knows I just have to keep searching to find where anything is
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Re: The radio Function
Try this link for the firmware of the player http://sansa.t03.us/ make sure you ahve the correct and proper device because this could open up the problem about load main image failed switch to recovery mode.
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Are you certain that the touchpad wasn't disabled accidentally from the Fn key? There are secondary features assigned to each of the Function (F1-F12) keys, usually in BLUE. On of them is to disable/enable the touchpad (toggle-type function, do it one time to disable, the next to enable). You press and hold the "Fn" key (next to the Windows key at bottom let of keyboard, then press the associated Function Key.
You may have the CTCSS privacy code function enabled on one radio and not on the other. This function keeps your radio's received muted unless it receives a signal from another radio using the same privacy code. If you have Privacy Codes set for radio A but not for radio B you will still be able to transmit from A to B but when you transmit on radio B your signal will not be heard on radio A.
Make sure that both radios are set to the same privacy code or that the function is turned off on both radios.
I have the same walkie talkies and on mine I can hold down the mode/lock button and it will come off of the Rx mode. Also, you should be able to press the talk button and it will come off of the Rx mode.
Hello andy300, Does the "RX" indicator show on the LCD screen constantly? This radio does have a monitor function which disables the squelch control, allowing the user to listen to weak signals on the channel. Enabling this function in absence of any signals will cause the user to hear any background static or noise on the channel. You enable this function by pressing Menu + Up at the same time and disable the function by pressing Menu. I assume that you are familiar with this function from the fact that you mention these keystrokes have no affect on the radio's behavior. It is possible that the area you are using the radios in / channel you are using them on has a very high noise level. If the noise level is higher then the radio's automatic squelch threshold, then you would hear constant static, hiss, or white noise and the receive ("RX") indicator would show a constant signal. A local noise level can be caused by atmospheric conditions or very busy nearby adjacent-channel radio signals. Try operating the radios on a different channel and see if that helps. If it is practical, you might try operating the radios in a different local area just to see if that has any effect at all. This would help you determine if the problem was a local one specific to the area you are operating in. If it is local area related you might consider switching to a different model of radio that includes a Continuous Coded Squelch System (CTCSS) function (called "privacy codes" or "quiet tones" by come manufacturers. This function does not appear to be included in the model you are using and can help keep your radios silent unless you receive a call from another radio using the exact same privacy code. If the problem persists regardless of channel or area, then you might have a problem with the radio that would require factory service. Hope this helps.Best regards! Ken Go Ahead.Use Us.
If you can remove the radio from your dash, unplugging its wiring harness for a minute should solve your problem - you will also lose your saved settings like preset stations and EQ.
What type of vehicle is it in? In some cars it is easier to remove the radio than others. If it is proving too difficult, you could try disconnecting the battery for a minute and that should cause the radio to reset also.