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    Looks like RELM goofed and posted the internal release notes on the website. Lots of features coming to the KNG series.


    http://www.relmservice.com/Firmware/...otes_5.6.0.pdf
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    * [KF-2236] - Radio does not boot when programmed with >255 trunking scan entries

    Yeah that's a problem.

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    [KF-2379] - Conv Sys: Emergency does not appear to send data

    Here chief buy this radio it works great!

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    How is it possible the bug list is as long or exceeds the fix/new feature list? And this is considered viable to release to the public?

    I am praying that the firmware revision is just for internal testing and they don't use a name/number scheme to designate it as test firmware.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Navy_BOFH View Post
    How is it possible the bug list is as long or exceeds the fix/new feature list? And this is considered viable to release to the public?
    I'm reading that as a list of bugs which were resolved in the release. Do I have that wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by triptolemus View Post
    I'm reading that as a list of bugs which were resolved in the release. Do I have that wrong?
    I’m praying that is what the list is - and they had a technical writer that was too lazy to add “resolved” to bugs. Usually I see “bugs fixed” or “bugs resolved” for the good stuff and “known bugs” for the bad. But just seeing “bugs” makes me assume the latter. Maybe I’m just a pessimist at heart now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Navy_BOFH View Post
    I’m praying that is what the list is - and they had a technical writer that was too lazy to add “resolved” to bugs. Usually I see “bugs fixed” or “bugs resolved” for the good stuff and “known bugs” for the bad. But just seeing “bugs” makes me assume the latter. Maybe I’m just a pessimist at heart now.
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    Somebody should tell them. Get it pulled down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPECIAL_EYE View Post
    Somebody should tell them. Get it pulled down.

    I’ll wait until they release it. I can’t login on the website so I’m sol on getting new firmware and software. I’ll call them eventually to have it fixed again.
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