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Forgets last frequencies used after restart.

Dave Dave
Dave Dave Member ✭✭
edited August 2017 in SmartSDR for Windows
I set my slices to 7.195 and 820 kHz, I close flex software and when I restart it slice b wont be same.   software 1.10.16  radio is 6300

I don't recall having this problem with previous versions.


  • Tim - W4TME
    Tim - W4TME Administrator, FlexRadio Employee admin
    edited August 2017
    Clear the persistence data in the radio.

    Export your profiles, but uncheck the Preferences option before doing the export.
    Shut down SmartSDR and power off the radio
    Power on the radio holding the power button until the power LED begins to flash white (this is a factory reset of the radio)
    After the radio has booted, start SmartSDR and import you profile you just recently exported

    Now your band level persistance data has been reset.

    On the primary panadapter, change the frequency 7.195
    Create a new slice (B).  Change the frequency of slice B by manually entering 0820
    You should see an off screen indicator (OSI) for slice A showing it has a frequency of 7.195 MHz.
    Shut down SmartSDR and reboot the 6300
    Start SmartSDR.

    You should have 2 slices, A and B on 7195 and 820 kHz respectively  Click on the appropriate OSI to change to that slice.

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