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You must buy Motorola software from Motorola. Get a cable from them also. You also must have an FCC License to legally operate these radios. Your best best is to go through a dealer. The FCC License is quite hard to do without a dealer guiding you. It is easy to be ripped off and you must go through a coordinator. If not USA, still go through a dealer. The software and cable issue does not go away, ever.

Motorola Radio... | Answered on Feb 01, 2019


That is a current model, what is the warranty? Is the unit properly flashed?

Motorola Radio... | Answered on Jan 31, 2019


A few things come to mind: 1) Be certain your radio is turned off when plugging in an audio device. This insures they are pairing properly. 2) Be certain the audio device is plugged in all the way to the click position. You should feel a slight click when it is seated properly. 3) If the jack on this radio is slightly wobbled out from audio devices being plugged and unplugged the headset's plug may not be touching the sweet spot to make transmitting possible. Press slightly to the side on the plug's grommet to see if it works. If this is the case, trade headsets with another unit and see if you still have the same problem. Sometimes it is as simple as playing musical chairs with audio devices. 4) If you are using the radio in digital mode, not all audio devices will work. Check with your Motorola dealer to see which audio accessories will work with your unit in digital mode. (They will have a digital emblem stamped on them.)

Motorola Radio... | Answered on Jan 14, 2019


Generally the manufacturer puts the Bluetooth pairing passcode in the user manual. In my experience it’s usually 0000 or something similar. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to find the manual online to get the information for you, but if you still have the manual that came with the device, it should be in there. If you don’t have access to the manual, you could try calling the manufacturer’s support number to request the code—it will be the same for all devices with that model number so it should be pretty easy for them to look up.

Motorola Radio... | Answered on Dec 27, 2018


I will check on the "dial tone". The Z under MON means to scan. You hold it down about 2 seconds to enable or disable it.

Motorola Radio... | Answered on Nov 02, 2018


Press and hold the Menu button (the center section with the + and - buttons to the sides) until you hear a beep (3 seconds or so). After that, when you press and release the Menu button, the Channel number should flash indicating that you can change the channel. In the future, you can toggle the keypad lock by pressing and holding the Menu button.

You can find more information on the Keypad Lock feature in the manual. See page 14 and page 21. The manual is available from ManualsLib: https://www.manualslib.com/manual/106993/Motorola-Talkabout-T5320.html . For the diagram of the Motorola Talkabout T5320, see https://www.manualslib.com/manual/106993/Motorola-Talkabout-T5320.html?page=14#manual . The Keypad Lock is described here: https://www.manualslib.com/manual/106993/Motorola-Talkabout-T5320.html?page=21#manual .

I hope this helps. I usually use my Motorola Talkabout radios with the keypad lock active. I hit the various button accidentally when working in the field.

Cindy Wells

Motorola Radio... | Answered on Aug 28, 2018

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