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I have a Motorola clp1010 and each time I press the button to talk it has a beeping sound. Is there a way for this not to happen?

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Yes. It is called a talk permit tone. It is on page 11 of your users manual. It seems to be suggested for Bluetooth headset wearers because radios are a one way communication device. It was unclear if you could re program this feature without using the software. The whole manual could use revamping on programming IMHO. Anyway www.motorolasolutions.com/CLP for manual. The software will have a link and it is free. You must buy the programming cable and I suggest buying Motorola's cable. You know theirs will work.

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