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    Default Hytera CPS

    Anyone have a copy of

    DMR_SW_CPS_V8.05.06.014(NA2)

    I tried to get it off the dealer portal and the file is corrupt on their end. Got 20 new PD502's and cant program them since they have the latest firmware. Tried every software version and nada. So assuming i need this one (and of course its corrupt on their website)

    Curious if anyone has a working version they could upload?



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    Have you tried all these:

    Might help if you tell us which firmware is in the radio.

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    Iv tried every CPS for the PD5 radios listed on hyteras dealer portal and nothing works. Couldnt tell you what FM is in it since i cant read the thing. Its a new radio so i would assume its the latest version or 1 revision behind.

    Only CPS i didnt try is the 8.5.6.14 because its corrupt every time i try and download it. So want to find that version to see if it fixes the issue.

    Using 9.0.9.6iM NA2 the radio does read but at 100% says Communication error please retry. And using 8.6.2.3NA2it gives me an error of model settings does not match

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    Sorry my mistake, of course the PD502 doesn't have a display.

    In the US, the latest PD502 is actually a PD502i. Wouldn't surprise me if you've got an "i" with V9 firmware.

    I'm not current with V9 firmware or software. I've seen a V9.00.09.400.iM(SA6). The latest I've got for NA2 is V9.00.09.200.iM(NA2). I've got no idea if it works with PD5, but you can give it a try if you wish. Otherwise, someone with more knowledge and/or access than I is going to have to help.

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    Iv got 9.00.09.600Im NA2 and the radio reads with it but at 100% it says Communication error please retry.

    I know the cable is good as i can read some older 502's but this new shipment of 20 radios no luck

    model number is
    PD502-0000000000-N00000-V1-0-B

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    Model number don't say much, it's a pretty dull radio, VHF 136 to 174MHz, which would be fine for ham radio applications.

    My suggestion is to try a really old CPS, like the V5.05.14.002.NA2 or V6.01.01.006.NA2 that you can find at hamfiles.

    It's possible that the radio you have is too old for later CPSes, even if they look like they are new.

    I assume you have the Hytera PC63 cable: with the flash/CPS switch. One thing to try is to set it to flash and see if the PC recognizes the radio then. Look in Device Manager and see. It shall also start to download/install drivers when you connect the radio to the computer. Install the latest firmware upgrade on the computer first though since it may contain necessary USB drivers for flash upgrade - the USB identifies differently when you enter flashing mode.

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