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Writing Data to a Radio using Customer Programming Software (CPS 2.0)

MOTOTRBO CPS 2.0 - Motorola XiR P3688

Perform the following steps to write data to a Radio. The Radio serial number in the open archive must be the same as the serial number in the target device. If the serial number in the archive does not match the target Radio and the target Radio is the same model as the model in the archive, perform a Clone or Clone Express operation. Read More: Cloning a Radio using Customer Programming Software (CPS 2.0).
Figure 1.1 - Error #1001638 (Unable to Write)

#Prerequisites:
It is recommended that a backup of the original archive file is saved (to revert to the original state if there is erroneous programming). Ensure that the target Radio is powered off.

#Procedure:
1). In the Action Bar, click the Open button to open the source codeplug archive. The user can also read the data from a Radio. Read More: Reading Data from a Radio using Customer Programming Software (CPS 2.0).
Figure 1.2 - Open
Figure 1.3 - Opening Archive (Open Status)
Figure 1.4 - Open Archive Successful (Open Status)

2). Connect the target Radio (Motorola XiR P3688) to the USB port of the PC with a Programming Cable (PMKN4128A).
3). Power on the target Radio by pressing the On/Off button or turning on the volume (depending on Radio model).
4). Wait for a few seconds after connecting the Radio to allow time for the PC to detect the Radio.
5). Write data to the device by performing one of the following actions:
  • From the menu, select DeviceWrite.
  • Pressing CTRL + W.
  • Click the Write button in the Actions Bar.
Do not disconnect the Programming Cable until a confirmation dialog is shown. A progress bar appears as data is written to the Radio. If the write operation is successful, the progress bar disappears and a window appears to indicate that the write operation completed. The Radio is reset. If the target radio was locked or disabled before performing the write operation, the Radio is now enabled. For repeaters, The retries to zero for locking are also reset if the retries have reached its maximum limit. CPS 2.0 programs the first channel in the zone to be the default channel.
Figure 1.5 - Preparing Data (Write Status)
Figure 1.6 - Writing Codeplug (Write Status)
Figure 1.7 - Write Device Successful (Write Status)

The following notes are about the "Available for Purchase" features:
  • When the source archive contains enabled "Available for Purchase" features that are not enabled in the Radio, the user is unable to write to the target Radio. Registered and activate the missing features and then retry write operation. Read More: Install MOTOTRBO Customer Programming Software (CPS 2.0).
  • Different controls are displayed according to the "Available for Purchase" features that are enabled or disabled in the device.
Figure 1.8 - Error #2419 (Unable to Write)

The following notes are about codeplug version:
  • If the codeplug version of the target device is less than the archive codeplug version, the Customer Programming Software (CPS) 2.0 downgrades the archive codeplug version and writes the downgraged codeplug to radio. Any missing values are set to the default.
  • If the codeplug version of the target device is greater than the archive codeplug version, CPS 2.0 upgrades the archive codeplug version and writes the upgraded codeplug to the radio. Any missing values are set to the default.
Figure 1.9 - Confirmation (Version mismatch)
  • Radio's battery should on good condition (for example, refer to Figure 2.1 below - low battery), to perform writing or cloning the Radio.
Figure 2.1 - Clone Status (Error #505)









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