Sure, here's how you do it. On the Windows SmartSDR icon right click and select properties. Edit the target line as shown in the diagram below:
"C:\Program Files\FlexRadio Systems\SmartSDR v2.1.32\SmartSDR.exe" --serial=1713-3011-6700-8859
Note: After the quotes enter a SPACE then TWO hyphens then serail=xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx and no other punctuation.
That's it. Now when you click the SmartSDR icon it will automatically start that radio.
Thanks for the prompt reply, Mack. I didn't clearly state my question.
Let me try again: I am not running SmartSDR on a PC / IOS. I am simply powering up the 6400M and it displays a splash screen that lists the various versions of SmartSDR installed in the radio. Today there are two of those resident. I must then select a version and then select the RUN button on the screen to complete the radio startup.
Is there a method to operate the power switch on the 6400M and have it complete its boot sequence into normal operation without any further interaction from the operator?
It would seem to me if there were only 1 listed then after a certain timeout it would defaultly boot the listed one.
If the M model is the only radio on your network and you are not using a different GUI client (Maestro, SSDR Win, SSDR iOs, dogparkSDR) to connect to it and you constantly have to select the latest version of the software (v2.1.32 as of this writing), then there may be something amiss in the logic that is supposed to perform this function.