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AnyTone 868 / 878 Programming Guide V1.33

AnyTone 868 / 878 Programming Guide V1.33

If you have an AnyTone 868 or 878, we have a gem for you.

Major props to Trygve (pronounced TRIG-VEE) Svärd for producing this exhaustive guide.

In this guide, it will highlight the necessary steps to programming your AnyTone Handheld radio.

This includes the digital talk group list, scan lists, firmware updates, computer programming software, and much much more!

Please click below for the PDF guide!

AT-D868UV / AT-D878UV Programming Guide V1.33

For further programming and set up help, visit www.bridgecomuniversity.com for over 70 detailed support videos created by our expert staff that will assist you with your AnyTone Handheld.

 

 

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Comments

John SChlierkamp - August 19, 2020

I agree 10% te manual should be re-written i know several languages but not the instructions. I am sure you will sell many more radios to. Nothing wrong with the radio. I gave it to my son after i gave up he also des not want it i am ready to even buy the plug and play from u i am afraid to screw up something ad can ot even correct it only send it back to u to take care of it for every setting there shoud be instructions how to start with what key then the next step and so on. Is it possible to come up with something like that. For instance there is only P! Aso P2. But the instruction aso has a p3 p4
Thanks 73 KC7AB

Bill Parker - August 6, 2020

can my Anytone AT-D878 plus be changed from UK bands to United States Bands?

Roy S Fisher - July 8, 2020

I have been getting an error code 5 when executing the downloaded software for mt any tone d878uv radio. The radio onboard the radio is in Japanese characters. I need a code plug that I can use to get this any tone d878uv changed to English so I can get menu setup. Can any one help??
Roy KJ7OKL
73

Amin Husni - June 22, 2020

Thank you for this guide. Easy to understand and quite comprehensive.

Robert Crawford - March 9, 2020

I realize this is an older video, but there are two things I would like my AT-D878UV w/GPS to do that I can not find any way to make it do these things.

1. The first thing is the reason I purchased it. I wanted it to automatically update my position on aprs.fi (the map). I wanted to be able to use this instead of a phone-based service during bicycle tours. I had no particular reason for wanting to do this, I just wanted to be able to use amateur radio, instead of commercial services, for this.

Yes, I watched the videos. That is when I realized that there is nowhere that BridgeCom explicitly says that it will do this. I saw APRS and just assumed that it could do what I wanted. A case of live and learn.

2. The other thing I would like is an MP3 based beacon. by this, I would like to leave a channel on .52 and have it send a CQ message about every 15 minutes (remember, cycling, 15 minutes is probably about right). That way, if I happen to be passing through an area where someone is monitoring .52 I may be able to initiate conversations as I move along.

There is no reason to expect it to have a beacon feature, it just seems to have so many odd features built-in, this would be a nice feature to include.

Ed Greenberg KM6CG - February 17, 2020

Please add some paragraph breaks. No clue what the above says.

Jim Mangini - October 10, 2019

Hate to say it….but this “guide” is about as useful as rubber lips on a woodpecker.

Joe Saah - July 22, 2019

You got to be kidding! Been a ham since 1964. Just now got your Anytone 787. Nice radio. I like it. But please! give the newbe some easy to understand info on operating it…
I can start with a request on DEFINITIONS! What does all the jargon mean? like: PRN,
TAC 310, DCI Bridge, DMR, etc. Like any language if one knows many of the words and its meanings, one can make sentences with understanding. Also, If you are so inclined to do this, to show in an easy to understand form how to enter some analog 2 and 440 freqs.

I think you get it.. I hope so… and I hope you will think about adding an EASY to Understand course for hams that are new to both digital and to your radios.

Thank you so much for your time!

Joe

Jeff - June 15, 2019

Wondering when the mobile version of 878uv will make it to market

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