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Are you locked out of some of the features on your AnyTone?
Well, you might be in professional mode. In this video, we'll show you how to switch it to amateur mode or to professional mode, if that's what you want.
Hi, everyone. This is Cody from BridgeCom Systems.
Now, amateur mode is going to fully unlock your radio. All the features on the keypad and everything are gonna be available to you.
Do you want to take your AnyTone Plug N' Play Package on the road with you? Well stick around and we'll learn how!
Hi everyone, this is Cody from BridgeCom Systems.
In this video we're gonna show you exactly how to setup Plug N' Play package to work mobile in your car.
So, for this you will actually need a cellphone or sometime of type of WiFi hotspot device.
We're gonna use a cellphone in this case.
Will the AnyTone 878Plus work with your Bluetooth motorcycle helmet?
Hi, I'm Daniel NØREY with BridgeCom and the answer is, of course...
Guys, this time we're gonna take another look at the AnyTone 878PLUS.
So far, very impressed with the radio.
I have been playing with it now for about a week and I've decided because I don't want to do a half hour, 45 minute video on doing an entire review on this thing, I am breaking this up into three parts.
Today I am going through all these accessories this time on K6UDA Radio.
How do I know if I'm transmitting on DMR or analog?
Hello, this is Daniel with BridgeCom Systems, and it's actually really easy, let me show you.
Watch the video above to see Bob, K6UDA, install and demonstrate the AnyTone 878 Bluetooth feature in his vehicle.
Watch the video to see how its done.
How do I switch my radio into VFO mode? Let's find out.
Hi everyone, this is Cody from BridgeCom Systems and in this video we're going to be showing you how to switch in and out of VFO mode on your AnyTone radio.
How far can I talk using a DMR radio?
Hi, this is Daniel with BridgeCom Systems and you can talk virtually anywhere with a DMR radio, but it depends a little bit, so let's get down into the details.