[chirp_users] KG-UV6D

IZ3GME Marco iz3gme.marco at gmail.com
Fri Jan 25 01:57:20 PST 2013

Hi Ross
the improvement was possible thanks to Johan Adler that provided the 
settings memory map, unluckily we don't have such a map for KG-UDV1P (yet).

Should some one provide us the memory map I promise I'll add all the 
setttings :)
As of now all UDV1P known settings are exposed.
There're probably only few differences between UDV1P and UDV6D but I 
don't own either of them so I can't figure out the map myself.

BTW I've just done the same work for ft817 and now working on my ft857.

73 de IZ3GME Marco

On 24/01/2013 22:26, Elaine & Ross Carr wrote:
> This is a great improvement Marco.
> Is there a fix for the KG-UDV1P file that will allow All Settings??
> As of now all that shows when it is expanded, is Freq Ranges.
> Perhaps the All Settings could be duplicated from the KG-UV6D file??
> Tnx es 73
> Ross
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "IZ3GME Marco" <iz3gme.marco at gmail.com>
> To: "Discussion of CHIRP" <chirp_users at intrepid.danplanet.com>
> Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2013 11:49 AM
> Subject: Re: [chirp_users] KG-UV6D
>> Hi
>> I recently updated the support for KG UV6D so first of all I strongly
>> suggest you to use a recent daily version of chirp.
>> Now ... you don't have to put an img from a different radio but you can
>> copy memories from img of any other radio supported by chirp to your one.
>> In simple steps:
>> - connect your KG UV6D
>> - from menu Radio select Download from radio, choose port, vendor and
>> model and press OK
>> - from menu file select Save as to make a copy of the actual status of
>> your radio (to be used to restore your radio if you want)
>> - from menu file select Import and then choose the memory image you want
>> (eg the img from the kenwood a friend sent you ;) )
>> - select which memories you want to actually import (may be all) and
>> press ok
>> - check all memories to be where you expect them to be
>> - from menu Radio select Upload to radio
>> DONE!
>> In the setting tab at the left you can also find and change the freq
>> ranges of your radio but remember "This has been tested and reports from
>> other users indicate that it is a safe thing to do. However
>> modifications to this value may have unintended consequences, including
>> damage to your device. You have been warned. Proceed at your own risk!"
>> Obviously you have to upload to radio only at the end of all mods ;)
>> Should you ever want to restore the radio you can open the img file
>> saved above and simply upload it to the radio.
>> For the UK repeater list I hope any UK ham will give a file to import
>> 73 de IZ3GME Marco
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