I picked up an AnyTone D868UV dual-band transceiver to replace my single-band Tytera MD-390. I am happy with the purchase. I have decided to update the codeplug for this radio weekly. When I do that I will post the new codeplug, along with an explanation of what changed. I will update the user database every Friday morning. Feel free to come by, download, and update.
Keep in mind that my codeplug will be based in Colorado. If you find errors or omissions please leave a comment. I was planning to make videos about programming this device. It looks like WoodburyMan beat me to it:
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Just got a new 868UV and was having challenges getting digital contacts to show up and leveraged your codeplug since I am also in CO. Just wanted to say thanks!
Glad to have been of service.
Interesting. I have a TYT MD-380 – 70cm DMR radio. There’s fuck all for DMR in my state but in VA there’s a bunch so I gotta install the code plug for that area.
Here in Colorado, there’s enough DMR to work to make it worth buying (especially for the cost). There are even 2 meter DMR repeaters (though most repeaters are 440).
Yeah – and I’m up for two jobs here in RI. One is a re-interview with a defense contractor in Fairfax VA. I’d spend 3 to 5 months down there if I get that one. Which means I’d have to install the VA code plug on my radio.