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Motorola BPR40 how to clone

I have one BPR40 that I want to clone to two other BPR40s

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How To Clone a BPR40 Radio
Cloning duplicates the contents of your radio (master radio) into the new radio (slave radio). Tuning and alignment information are not affected by cloning.

Set Up the Master Radio

1. Turn off the radio.
2. Press and hold Programmable Button 1 (the top programmable button) and turn on the radio. Keep pressing the Programmable Button 1 until beep is heard twice.
3. Release Programmable Button 1. Notice the LED changes to RED

Set Up the Slave Radio
1. Turn off the radio.
2. Press and hold Programmable Button 1(the top programmable button) and turn on the radio. Keep pressing Programmable Button 1 until the beep is heard three times.
3. Release Programmable Button 1. Notice that the LED changes to GREEN

BPR40 Radio to Radio Cloning Procedures

1. Connect the cloning cable to both the Master and Slave radio.
2. Press and release Programmable Button 1 of the Slave radio.
3. Within 2 seconds Press and release Programmable Button 1 of the Master radio.
4. The LED for both radios show flashing orange during cloning.
5. Once cloning is completed, an

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This requires the cloning cable # PMDN4060, which is available for around $15 (US dollars). The instructions for programming come with the cable. (Sorry, I was unable to find the instructions posted online).

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

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    Enables cloning between two portable radios of the same model and major codeplug versions.

    Step #1 - Connect the two radios together with the cloning cable.

    Step #2 - Power up the destination radio.

    Step #3 - Press and hold the two side buttons at the same time on the source radio and then power up the source radio.

    ****Notes****

    Radio To Radio cloning is supported for portable models only.

    The source radios serial number cannot be blank.

    The source and destination radios generate a clone entry tone at the initiation of the clone operation. Upon completion of the clone operation, the source radio generates a clone exit tone, and both the source and destination radios reset.

    The source or destination radio generates a continuous tone, if an error occurs during clone operation.

    Works with the following radios:
    CP140, CP150, CP160, CP180, CP200, CT150, CT250, CT450, CT450-LS, EP450, GP2000, GP2100, CP040, PRO2150, PRO3150, PR400, P040, P080, GP68, VL130

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