[chirp_users] Radioddity QB25

Jim Unroe rock.unroe at gmail.com
Mon Jun 22 07:53:22 PDT 2020


On Fri, Jun 19, 2020 at 2:00 PM Jim Unroe <rock.unroe at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> On Fri, Jun 19, 2020 at 1:23 PM Byron Boggs <kc8ue at hotmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > I purchased the QB25 with hopes of installing it in my pickup truck.  I have two programming cables for it, the one that came with the radio and an FTDI cable that I purchased recently.
> > My problem us error messages.  Depending on the port configuration, I get an error message that states it failed to identify the radio, OR the it failed to enter the clone mode.  I have tried other variants of this radio like the QTY7900.  I have tried Windows 10 and an old laptop with Windows XP.  Same error message on either operating system.  Searching through requests I see others have experienced the same issue.  I have clicked on the post for that issue but it doesn't do anything and I am at a loss as to what I need to do.  I have used Chirp to program the little UV5R units without issue.
> > Suggestions will be greatly appreciated
> >
> > Byron
> > Kc8ue
>
> Hi Byron,
>
> Your QB25 most likely has an MCU-Version that is not recognized by
> CHIRP. I recently submitted a patch to add one in May (VC4114) and
> another one in June (VC4104) but the most recent one hasn't been
> accepted yet. There are quite a few patches in the queue to be
> accepted but the process has been slowed down by the Covid-19
> pandemic. Unless it has an even different MCU-Version than the one I
> just added, it will be supported in the next CHIRP daily build. You
> can determine the MCU-Version using the factory programming software.
> It will be shown in the bottom status display area.
>
> Jim KC9HI

Assuming that your radio's MCU-version is VC4114, today's CHIRP daily
build should allow it to be recognized.

Jim KC9HI



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