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- Oct 5, 2017
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Updating the firmware followed by a factory reset should not delete mute memory locations or user marks.Possible issue with 124 firmware. I’m not sure if this is me or something I am doing or the firmware itself?
When I installed the new firmware I did a factory reset, the factory reset confirmed new firmware.
Now should this have deleted all the mute memory I had? I only had two K bands that were mute memorized that I know were speed signs. At certain frequencies, now I’m driving along and a new frequency pops up as mute memory. I delete it then two minutes later another mute memory shows up, then another and another. Total four mute memories on a daily commute of 20 minutes.
Now I know 100% that the mute memories showing up were not any of the frequencies I memorized in. I only did so to two different speed signs on my daily commute and that’s it!
So you’re saying that “mute memories” are popping up at locations that you didn’t actually mute memory (lockout)? If that’s the case, this would be the first time I’ve read about it here. I would “delete mute memory” from the menu and start fresh. If you’re still having the issue after that, I would flash the firmware again with the “recovery mode” box checked followed by another factory reset before readjusting your settings.