HI.... yes ....it is possible to program them in DMO, this is done in the RSS,.... so I am advised directly from inside Motorola .... but a copy of the RSS is just not available.... ... if fact Motorola seems to officially deny the D700 ever existed ... good luck in finding a solution.
Buying the MTH programming cable from china, then download the D700 software from warez sites. I reprogrammed 4 of my D700's to work back to back. It took about 2 minutes in the software and worked a treat.
They have a 3 mile radius and brilling speech quality.
I paid £11 for the programming cable and downloaded the software for free.
This radio can work in TMO (Trunking mode Operation) only. No support of DMO (Direct Mode Operation). If you are not a registered customer of a Tetra-Network, this radio is useless. Except for decoration purpose. TeTramoo
I would also like to find this software, and mroe about the cable required...a lin to ebay etc would be useful. I also need to know what voltage and polarity the psu is for the desktop charger. I have a charger but it got seperated from the psu.
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I am surprised by how hard this is to find. My old links are gone, Motorola Solutions did not bother to carry the links over. So, the manual is very similar to the P1225 and the M1225 (mobile), the LS adds the Trunking features. Nothing is user programmable. The buttons on the front must be programmed by the dealer to do anything, but were usually a direct channel and resume (back to trunked operation). To make any changes, you need the Motorola software, cable and RIB (radio interface box). Parts are still available. They were rugged, good radios we sold hundreds of.
Very strange! Assuming no programming has changed: check that all earpieces are tight into the radio. Unplug, check for audio without an earpiece and replug into radio. Make certain your batteries are FRESH (less than 1 year old) and fully charged. I am assuming you are using earpieces approved for the Motorola radio. Many speakers do not work and several earpieces are not designed well. Stay away from the auction site cheap ones. You get what you pay for, including failures. For several audio jacks to fail at once would be very unusual. Try a new earpiece. I suspect earpiece failure more than anything. All tests after this require checking programming and/or taking the radio apart.
A few things come to mind: 1) Be certain the radio is turned off when plugging in the Sena SR10 cable. Plugging in an audio device when the radio is turned on can cause the radio to seem like it is in somewhat of a VOX mode, with the transmitter being open or partially open. 2) Be certain the plug is in all the way. You should feel a click when seated properly. 3) Be certain the Sena SR10 cable you are using is the one for the Motorola CP200. The rings on the 2.5mm and 3.5mm prongs differ between the Motorola cable and others.
The back lighting ON/OFF can be programmed to any of the side programmable buttons, but this requires the Motorola Astro25 programming software, programming cable, and windows PC. I would check in your local area for a authorized motorola dealer and ask them to do it. Programming literally takes 3 mins and shouldn't cost much, if anything at all. I do this all the time for the law enforcement in my area.
The Talkabout is a user programable radio. You will need to put the radio in the programing mode and program it to the other radios.
Go here for the manual.
Here is what you would need: RIB (radio interface box), HKN9857 programming cable and HVN9128 programming software. You are correct the software is only capable of running on a DOS box, such as a 286 or 386. The software mentioned is Motorola proprietary and is available to Authorized Motorola dealers by subscription only.
The book also shows a cloning cable HKN9755 as being available. Don't know anymore details on it.
Lastly, the cost of programming to your FCC assigned frequencies would be approx. $15 per radio, and less for cloning like models. It might be less expensive to have the radio programmed by a dealer. Just an FYI.
Unfortunately you have a corrupted code plug. The radio will need to be serviced to clear the corruption. Or if you have a clean copy of the original programming, you can try reprogramming it. (Note: Do not use the version you had saved which led to the corruption.)