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MotoTRBO XPR7550 Firmware ISSUE

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MotoTRBO XPR7550 Firmware ISSUE

Postby 35-K9-1 » Mon Feb 09, 2015 12:37 pm

Just FYI in case anybody is also having a problem with this:

I recently acquired a new XPR7550 to use for work. I noticed that occasionally, it would reboot on its own. Apparently after firmware version 2.4 there is a bug that reboots the radio when scanning. I believe that it is only when there are both analog and digital channels in the scan list. Motorola is aware of the issue and is supposedly working on a fix.

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Re: MotoTRBO XPR7550 Firmware ISSUE

Postby fya365 » Tue Feb 10, 2015 4:56 am

Is your audio ambiance feature set for LOUD? This also seems to be common among those who have reported the reboot issue.

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Re: MotoTRBO XPR7550 Firmware ISSUE

Postby N4KVE » Tue Feb 10, 2015 8:53 am

This is quoting someone who had the same problem. GARY
I have the REBOOT problem too, but I found that if to disable the Audio Ambience to "Default" and don't set to "Loud". The problem will be solve. I already tested three days ago. That's real and sure the firmware R2.4 have the bug for this issues.

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Re: MotoTRBO XPR7550 Firmware ISSUE

Postby 35-K9-1 » Tue Feb 10, 2015 10:45 am

Yes. This seems to be the case, and was the recommended fix from Motorola until new firmware is released. Thanks for pointing that out.


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