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Saving radio settings on shut down/startup


I vaguely remember that if the radio (I have a 6600M) is powered off directly from the green button or by remote, the radio should save settings such as frequency, power settings, ATU-off, etc.

When restarted, my radio comes up with zero power showing, ATU on and I have to reset or startup up everything using Stacks3 for Flex.

All my profiles are saved

Any ideas? how to correct this


  • Mike-VA3MW
    Mike-VA3MW Administrator, FlexRadio Employee, Community Manager, Super Elmer, Moderator admin

    Assuming you are not using MultiFlex, the last profile in use should be the one loaded after a radio restart.

    To test this, save your profiles and you may want to check to see what settings are stored under what profile type.

    Power cycle the radio and see what happens.

  • w5ap
    w5ap Member ✭✭

    Tnx Mike

    the power cycle did the trick

    While you're reading this, I have another delimia that I can't find an answer for in the user manual:

    While running SO2R with N1MM with FDX on both slices, switching slices with either the backslash \ or initiating transmit from the N1MM digital interface TX button, causes the opposite slice to show the audio mute (gray speaker with a slash) and it mutes the audio from that slice. Of course, I want to listen to both slices without one being muted. Any ideas?

    If not, I'll post another community post

    73, Jim - W5AP

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