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Radioddity GM-30 programing issue.


bobthetj03
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1 minute ago, bobthetj03 said:

I've downloaded their programing software from the website, purchased the programming cable from them, but can't get my device manager to recognize the radio or assign a com port. Any ideas? 

Probably need the driver for the cable as well (likely either ftdi or prolific).  They have some instructions in their help center, and a couple driver downloads (under accessories) https://www.radioddity.com/pages/radioddity-qa-bank

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2 hours ago, wayoverthere said:

Probably need the driver for the cable as well (likely either ftdi or prolific).  They have some instructions in their help center, and a couple driver downloads (under accessories) https://www.radioddity.com/pages/radioddity-qa-bank

I'll second that. I expect the issue is the programming cable, and not the radio. As a Linux user, I haven't had issues with the programming cable, but for those using Windows, there are often issues, particularly with the Prolific (or knockoff) chips. This is a common issue, and pretty well documented on the web.

Here is one page that describes many of the solutions to driver issues for common programming cable chipsets:

https://www.miklor.com/COM/UV_Drivers.php

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