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\n\n\n \n\n \nPhil;
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\nHold the Blue button down (above the PTT) power up, a "P" means it's\nhard coded, an "I" is flashable.
\n
\nM03, M05 & M06 support AEGIS, M10 & m12 do not.
\n
\nGary
\nNZ5V
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\n
\nPhil Porteus wrote:\n
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\n

Hi guys,
\n
\nI apologize if this has been covered before.
\n
\nIs there any way to tell by model number that the radio has a
\nflashable board?
\n
\nI would assume that any board that is EDACS or has encryption would
\nhave a flashable board. Or did GE have hard coded boards for those
\nflavors of radios like conventional?
\n
\n73
\n
\n

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