MD380 Codeplug

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MD380 Codeplug

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Hi guys, anyone else here using the MD380 in the Darwen/Blackburn area?

I'm going to be getting one this week and wondered if there's a Codeplug available please?

Thanks very much :)

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Re: MD380 Codeplug

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Can send you one that's reasonably up to date.

They keep moving the goalposts unfortunately.

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Hi Rozzy

That would be great, I'll PM you :)

Thanks

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Rozzy I PM'd you yesterday and again today - seems messages are stuck in Outbox rather than in Sent Items.

Let me know if you get them or not :)

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MajicM wrote:Rozzy I PM'd you yesterday and again today - seems messages are stuck in Outbox rather than in Sent Items.

Let me know if you get them or not :)
They will show in your outbox untill read.
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Thanks mate

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MD380 arrived today, hopefully Rozzy sees this ;)

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ive just had mine deliverd today too lol just installed the software and md80tools so gonna have a read about lol on how to use it

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I'm a bit confused, I don't mind admitting haha!

Having a codeplug to use and edit would be really useful.

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yep same as me i programed in the pmr frequencys but there again i have no idea if its done right lol

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Have you registered for an ID? I'm not a Ham so don't have a Callsign!

Have you heard anything yet?

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im not ham to so havent registerd to be honest i havent heard anything yet so i dont think ive done it correctly but im still looking at vids on how to do it correct lol

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I think if you're just listening you don't need to register, unless there are channels where you need to PTT to register it.

I think I'll have a look out for videos too, hopefully Rozzy comes back and can help out too. :)

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If you get stuck ill send you mine, not much good to you for the radio but give you a bit of an idea.
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Re: MD380 Codeplug

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Thanks very much, that's what I need really, something to go off so I can start programming my own.

If I can relate it to something local then it makes it easier I think.

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