Suspicious? Someone asking for an advice on how to find software isn’t suspicious, what is suspicious is you seeing suspect motives in me asking for help.
I’m trying to fix a radio I messed up by trying to flash a firmware on it that wasn’t meant for it, it’s one of two radios I’m working on for the first time in my life trying to forgo a dealer. So I have a Hytera and a Motorola, I’ve never added software features to radios before nor ever tried to unbrick something I effed up by using a wrong version of some other software prior and also a wrong feature set meant for a different region, which is also new to me, I thought radio is a radio but oh well.
Someone on another forum told me flashing with FlashBurn would be best but they have weird rules that won’t allow me to ask for software, even though FlashBurn isn’t on the list of paid softwares nor have I ever heard of it before two days ago. I don’t know the jargon and can’t explain it any better.
Either way, unless you are the one who wrote this FlashBurn thing and are trying to protect flash’s copyright or whatever it’s called I don’t see why you even reply, maybe, if you don’t have anything nice or constructive to say then, perhaps, it’s best to say nothing?
Also no, it’s my radio, I want to understand how to program hytera and Motorola radios because I don’t want to ever rely on a dealer again, had a very bad experience because they’re greedy, lie a lot and do a lot of questionable things, also charge for every little thing, talking nonsense instead of helping.