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Programming and Setup for Radioddity DB25


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Here is my progress so fa; I was able to open zip files, download driver, and get the program running. However, when I "read" from the radio the spreadsheet was blank. I entered my callsign in the greeting box and "wrote" it back to the radio. It then cycled off. Turned it back on, there's my callsign plus seven random frequencies in channel boxes zero to six. I'm so confused and feel so needy right now. Can anyone help?

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19 minutes ago, Papatree said:

Here is my progress so fa; I was able to open zip files, download driver, and get the program running. However, when I "read" from the radio the spreadsheet was blank. I entered my callsign in the greeting box and "wrote" it back to the radio. It then cycled off. Turned it back on, there's my callsign plus seven random frequencies in channel boxes zero to six. I'm so confused and feel so needy right now. Can anyone help?

I haven't used the Radioddity software for this radio, but according to the Radioddity website, it's supported by Chirp. When I checked Chirp, the QB-25 is listed, but not the DB-25. Since they appear to be quite similar, they might use the same profile. Those radios are slightly different than the QYT-7900D externally, but I suspect they share many of the same components, and possibly even the same software. Anyway, have you tried Chirp? I found it to work pretty well when I started out, and I much prefer it to the manufacturer software, or at least that of the CCR variety.

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My Sincere Apologies to you all for my bonehead goof-up!!!

 Come to find out the DB25 come in different versions (i.e., Pro Dual band Quad, the D, and the G), the one I got was the Pro Band not the G, as in GMRS.

Gonna go sit in my corner now and reflect on may hasty purchase (cool bundle pack for $99) and the importance of being aware of the details.

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