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How to Customize Your Screen on AnyTone 578 Mobile

How to Customize Your Screen on AnyTone 578 Mobile

Did you know you can change the font color, boot and background images of your AnyTone 578 Mobile? One of the most significant differences between Digital and Analog has always been the feature-rich customization.

So let’s stop looking at the same dull screen and finally customize your AnyTone 578 mobile to what you desire. Today we’ll navigate you through the AnyTone 578 Mobile radio’s customization settings.

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frank o'dell - April 16, 2021

you need to make your screen shots bigger so we can see what you are highlighting and executing so we can keep up with you. your screens are always to small to read and you go to fast with your explanations

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