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Thread: XG-100P and the 3 finger salute ?

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    Default XG-100P and the 3 finger salute ?

    Does this procedure reset the entire radio's settings and require re-loading the firmware? Does bluetooth connectivity for programming get reset?


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    It zeroes the mission plans and keys. You will have to re-pair the bluetooth but it can still be used to program. It does not erase the firmware.

    I learned the hard way after accidentally loading a mission plan with over 1250 channels, which caused the radio to hang on the boot screen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NSPD View Post
    It zeroes the mission plans and keys. You will have to re-pair the bluetooth but it can still be used to program. It does not erase the firmware.

    I learned the hard way after accidentally loading a mission plan with over 1250 channels, which caused the radio to hang on the boot screen.
    I inadvertently had the radio run it's internal test routine and now the overall volume levels are reduced.

    I'm thinking it's a glitch and the 3 finger salute should reset everything and then I'll just re-load the mission plans. Does bluetooth need to be initially enabled in RPM or can it still be enabled from the radio Menu after the 3 finger salute is performed? I don't have the USB programming cable with me yet and I don't want the radio to be locked out of bluetooth programming if it requires it to be first enabled in a mission plan via the USB cable and RPM .

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    I *think* it can be re-enabled from the menu. I didnt have a cable either at the point I had to zero the radio so that must be what I did when I had the problem.

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    Ok,thanks!