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    Have used the ASK/Password CPfix removal on the ASTRO25 line, but does it exist yet for the APX line?


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    Unfortunately no. APX is a completely different platform.

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    Thanks for the info Neo. Hopefully one day someone will crack it.. The Astro25 bypass worked wonderful. Now with APX showing up looks like hands are tied again. -Will be watching the threads

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    I don't know very much about programming so I am not sure how much this would help. But can you find the password using a port sniffer like "portmon" or "wire-shark" to at least obtain a radios password so you can bypass it that way? I know this doesn't help with the ASK problem but mite help with the Password problem.

    I hope this helps,
    RK22

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    Quote Originally Posted by RK22 View Post
    I don't know very much about programming so I am not sure how much this would help. But can you find the password using a port sniffer like "portmon" or "wire-shark" to at least obtain a radios password so you can bypass it that way? I know this doesn't help with the ASK problem but mite help with the Password problem.

    I hope this helps,
    RK22
    I dont believe the APX PW can be located this way.

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    It cannot, the password is not in plain text.