[chirp_users] Chirp not talking to radio on MAC

David Dixon
Sun Apr 22 13:13:16 PDT 2018

Hello Mac user 

i use a my Mac Mini  from day one when using Chirp i did not install Drivers when Programming  my Baofeng Yaeasu and Retevis radio’s 
and has worked well with the Mac  the Mac  finds the drivers it need’s It did find that If I use a  barcode scanner by just plug it in the usb it won’t work 
only If I boot the mac with it plugged in so may be you need to plug you cable in before you boot up your Mac maybe  its worth a try ?

regards  David 

> On 22 Apr 2018, at 20:22, Bob Black <blackinksoftware at gmail.com> wrote:
> After a lot of searching for drivers and looking at recommended cables to purchase, I came across an app that is free and is able to identify which chipset your cable is using. It can be downloaded from https://www.mac-usb-serial.com/ <https://www.mac-usb-serial.com/> and correctly identified my cable as having the pl2303 chipset. The best part is that for a small fee ($10 USD,) THEY HAVE WORKING DRIVERS FOR THE PROLIFIC CHIPPED CABLES!
>  Radio and computer are now happily talking to each other!
> -- 
> Bob -  K7BSB
> Jean-Paul Louis via chirp_users wrote:
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