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What are the button functions?

I have a motorola MTS 2000 Flashport radio and want to know what the button functions are. I am assuming the orange is for scan...what are the side buttons above the talk button for?

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The buttons are programmable through the Radio Service Software (RSS) and can be used for any number of features. Some examples are Monitor, Scan, Repeater Access Tone (RAT), Light, Select, and the list goes on. Only reading the radio with the RSS can you be 100% sure.

A wealth of knowledge can be found at http://www.batlabs.com/mtsx.html as well as searching the forum located there.

Posted on Feb 12, 2010

Testimonial: "the orange button is the panic button. the green button on the side is the back light...the rest I will leave alone."

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