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windows based kxtd programming?
#159906 09/11/07 09:41 AM
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Is there a program for these that is windows based and if so how do i get a copy?
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#159907 09/11/07 10:36 AM
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yes there is and is available on the panasonic bts site if you are reg.ed installer


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#159908 09/11/07 12:18 PM
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The Panasonic bts site (uk and ireland)does not carry the windows program tool as this was a third party program and not supported by Panasonic UK, the only one on that site is the dos blue screen and is for the E model only.


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#159909 09/11/07 01:18 PM
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not to sound stupid but what is the panasonic bts website address?
Thanks guys!!!!!!


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#159910 09/11/07 02:14 PM
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it is no use to you as it is the UK/Ireland site and software, plus has password protected files.
I am sure there is a USA one but it would also be password protected and you have to be certified engineer to get it


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#159911 09/11/07 03:18 PM
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OBT is correct, the Panasonic programming programs (Redundancy to the MAX) are available ONLY to registered, certified dealers! And to the best of my knowledge, they all ran under DOS. John C. (Not Garand)


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#159912 09/11/07 04:36 PM
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Panasonic did release one Windows based programming tool that was made for them by someone else I believe. It is real clunky and IMHO much harder to use than the DOS tool.

The only thing I used it for was it allowed you to import speed dial lists and upload them without uploading the entire database.

It is still available on the old TD dealer site and only works with -3 and up.

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#159913 09/11/07 04:37 PM
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Windows based tool was available from version 3 and up. Not sure where you can get it though. Now that the product is discontinued you should be able to find it somewhere on the 'net.

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thanks guys


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Originally posted by erock:
not to sound stupid but what is the panasonic bts website address?
Thanks guys!!!!!!
its one of those catch 22's if you do not know the address you aren't going to get what you need
once you have it....


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