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Yeah it must be something to do with the drivers. I updated my R7 on Catalina no problem.
I just updated tonight, and if the above suggestions don't work, change cables. 2 of my cables were just for charging, meaning they won't pass data. I had to dig deep to find one that would.
Put a red zip tie on the cable that worked. You won't have to dig for one that works any more.
All of my dedicated data cables have a colored zip tie on them.
It's PFM.
 
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I've driven for about an hour on the new firmware and have noticed some bugs. Fortunately none severe, but will take some more driving to nail down if it is repeatable time and time again.

1. When the display is set for speed MPH/KPH, and a single radar signal is detected, the speed disappears for a few seconds and then displays again. I don't recall this behavior from the previous firmware. When multiple signals are detected the MPH/KPH is replaced by competing signals. However, this situation happens with just 1 signal.

2. The arrows are a bit more "wonkey". I have my detector mounted high with a 365 degree view and they are generally very accurate. Tonight I've noticed some indecision when it comes to faint signals. It bounces between side, back and front before finally deciding where the signal is actually coming from.

3. Even though quiet ride is set for 30mph, at intermittent times when a new K band signal is detected the detector will send 2 audible k band alerts before being muted due to quiet ride.

Not an issue - K band seems a little more sensitive. This is welcome due to all the k band in my area.

What I would like to see. I would like to be able to mark Legitimate K band alerts. Not by location, but by frequency with the same variance the lockouts use. Over time I have memorized all the k band frequencies the LEO's use in my area, but would like to mark them as legitimate just to give me a little bit sharper edge. So maybe an audible that says "Marked LEO" or something like that.

I'll keep driving around with it over the next days/weeks, and if I see anything else, will post.
Yeah I was noticing weird behavior where it stays blank on the left side for long periods of time.
David your #1 issue I posted on. Here is my video link. Same thing your seeing basically?


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Mine is behaving that way as well
 

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David your #1 issue I posted on. Here is my video link. Same thing your seeing basically?


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Yes! That is the exact thing I'm seeing. Multiple bogeys display normally, but single signals seems to clear your speed which is odd.
 
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@knight_man, I think the release notes mention that BSM filtering is one of the things being improved with this update, but there is no details provided on what/how exactly. I believe it is only within the inner workings of the RD, nothing on the front end (menu) to adjust or select...
Inner workings works for me.

Like many of you I haven't managed to get any seat time with R7 on new firmware yet. Pulled rear down to 80, going to ride it out there for a while. Will mention that I did perform a recovery reflash for this version, since it was different and everything. Reset, reflashed, reset, reprogrammed. Fingers crossed.

Lately, been running the R1 on 1.50. Dialing it back in for me, I am not entirely upset with how it is working. If there are some additional tweaks + the settings I am given to quiet these R series down, I'm game. Looks like progress and development for team Uniden and contributors.
 

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I updated yesterday and went out with my wife to her shopping areas to retrain lockouts. Did a factory reset before updating. Set it up again with my usual settings, and had to readjust auto-mute to some value that matched my previous volume level. Ready to head out and start locking using the cigar lighter button.

First thing I noticed was that some X Band lockouts were still locked out. No, I didn't clear them by erasing all user lockouts prior to the update. I also observed some K band lockouts remained, but the vast majority didn't. As I got into the malls, I was shocked at how much locking-out I had to do from every angle, nook and cranny. This took a LOT OF TIME. And in dangerous, stupid, mall traffic it was a major undertaking not to get in an accident. The major mall took about an hour. There were a couple of cop Ka's getting in the way, so we had to wait to revisit some areas they were blocking us from getting. After doing just my wife's haunts, we were burned out. And even then, we had a few hits on the roadway that had to be added. But WHAT A PITA! And to think...I will have to do this again and again when temps reach highs and lows, as door opener radar drifts with temp changes. What used to be done in one place in the parking lot, far enough away to catch several doors at a time, now takes multiple points and many lockouts. I travel far and wide, so I can imagine I'll run out of lockouts...especially if I have to do this multiple times due to temperature drift.

What will we end up with after locking out the same sources a couple (maybe a few) times during the year? My guess is the same amount of spectrum locked out, if not more, than we had on the original lockout bandwidth. But you will end up using many, many more lockout memories. With the original bandwidth, I did my lockouts on mid temperature range days, so I never had to do them again. It worked very well all year round. Yesterday was 40 to 45 degrees, so not quite 50 degrees where my mid point is, but all I could do that day of the update. But I suspect this will be labor intensive as the temps vary. As it was, I accidentally locked out BSM's, and also a LEO that came across my path. That's NOT GOOD! I "think" I unlocked that just in time before he got out of range, but when training this R7 you don't always have time to stop and verify while in moving traffic. You have to think fast and act faster.

And that leaves my final point that is potentially disastrous...NO WAY TO UNLOCK A MISTAKEN LOCKOUT ONCE THE SIGNAL IS GONE FROM THE AREA. If Uniden had taken my suggestion to show the lockouts on the display when you entered the lockout zone, of course with no signal bars, and gave you the ability to UNLOCK THE LOCKOUT from memory, that would give you a chance to correct a mistake. But now we are stuck with it until the LEO (or BSM) on the same frequency comes back into the area. Well, I don't have time to sit around waiting for that.

So I do not like what was changed, and I think it will be nothing but a pain in the arse. And still with no way to correct a mistake, it will be even more risky. Uniden needs to think logically about this, and fix both issues. Escort handles it with auto-lockouts AND auto-unlockouts. I can assist the lockout part during temperature drifts...and even if I made a mistake on a legit target, the Escort will eventually fix it. Don't get me wrong, I love my Uniden R7 well over any Escort, but they need to go back to what worked (most of this in malls anyway...no danger of being "too wide"), and they need an UNLOCK FEATURE in areas the signal has vacated.

One more concern...I liked the Speed Camera "over-speed countdown" the way it was. It gave me just enough time to adjust my speed (I'm in the "high roller" club) as it counted down to the kill zone. Why did they shorten that? For the wimpy 5 to 10 guys??? Please put that back the way it was. If it weren't for the MRCD/T improvements, I would have stayed with version 124. I'm getting just as much BSM falsing on the 24.168 / 160 stuff, and if anything I would have wanted a second "narrow filter" K Block option to mask those out to keep my Uniden quieter. That would have been a great upgrade! So no, this update has some downgrades and missed opportunities. One step forward, three steps back. I'll give it more time and check back, but these issues are obvious problems that need to be addressed.

Phil
 
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I updated yesterday and went out with my wife to her shopping areas to retrain lockouts. Did a factory reset before updating. Set it up again with my usual settings, and had to readjust auto-mute to some value that matched my previous volume level. Ready to head out and start locking using the cigar lighter button.

First thing I noticed was that some X Band lockouts were still locked out. No, I didn't clear them by erasing all user lockouts prior to the update. I also observed some K band lockouts remained, but the vast majority didn't. As I got into the malls, I was shocked at how much locking-out I had to do from every angle, nook and cranny. This took a LOT OF TIME. And in dangerous, stupid, mall traffic it was a major undertaking not to get in an accident. The major mall took about an hour. There were a couple of cop Ka's getting in the way, so we had to wait to revisit some areas they were blocking us from getting. After doing just my wife's haunts, we were burned out. And even then, we had a few hits on the roadway that had to be added. But WHAT A PITA! And to think...I will have to do this again and again when temps reach highs and lows, as door opener radar drifts with temp changes. What used to be done in one place in the parking lot, far enough away to catch several doors at a time, now takes multiple points and many lockouts. I travel far and wide, so I can imagine I'll run out of lockouts...especially if I have to do this multiple times due to temperature drift.

What will we end up with after locking out the same sources a couple (maybe a few) times during the year? My guess is the same amount of spectrum locked out, if not more, than we had on the original lockout bandwidth. But you will end up using many, many more lockout memories. With the original bandwidth, I did my lockouts on mid temperature range days, so I never had to do them again. It worked very well all year round. Yesterday was 40 to 45 degrees, so not quite 50 degrees where my mid point is, but all I could do that day of the update. But I suspect this will be labor intensive as the temps vary. As it was, I accidentally locked out BSM's, and also a LEO the came across my path. That's NOT GOOD! I "think" I unlocked that just in time before he got out of range, but when training this R7 you don't always have time to stop and verify while in moving traffic. You have to think fast and act faster.

And that leaves my final point that is potentially disastrous...NO WAY TO UNLOCK A MISTAKEN LOCKOUT ONCE THE SIGNAL IS GONE FROM THE AREA. If Uniden had taken my suggestion to show the lockouts on the display when you entered the lockout zone, of course with no signal bars, and gave you the ability to UNLOCK THE LOCKOUT from memory, that would give you a chance to correct a mistake. But now we are stuck with it until the LEO (or BSM) on the same frequency comes back into the area. Well, I don't have time to sit around waiting for that.

So I do not like what was changed, and I think it will be nothing but a pain in the arse. And still with no way to correct a mistake, it will be even more risky. Uniden needs to think logically about this, and fix both issues. Escort handles it with auto-lockouts AND auto-unlockouts. I can assist the lockout part during temperature drifts...and even if I made a mistake on a legit target, the Escort will eventually fix it. Don't get me wrong, I love my Uniden R7 well over any Escort, but they need to go back to what worked (most of this in malls anyway...no danger of being "too wide"), and they need an UNLOCK FEATURE in areas the signal has vacated.
Couple things, first I think you're overestimating how much the frequencies change when the temps swing, I'll let the JBV1 users comment, but I haven't heard many problems of their lockouts becoming useless with different seasons and those are +/- 7mhz instead of the +/- 10mhz we have here. Secondly I think you may want to consider using the quiet ride feature to mute some of those alerts instead of the lockouts. Maybe your mall is different, but the door openers at the one near me don't leak as far as the main road, and I'm doing less than 30mph in the parking lot anyway. Now if you're doing 80mph in the mall parking lot I think we need to have a different conversation about safety.
 

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I updated yesterday and went out with my wife to her shopping areas to retrain lockouts. Did a factory reset before updating. Set it up again with my usual settings, and had to readjust auto-mute to some value that matched my previous volume level. Ready to head out and start locking using the cigar lighter button.

First thing I noticed was that some X Band lockouts were still locked out. No, I didn't clear them by erasing all user lockouts prior to the update. I also observed some K band lockouts remained, but the vast majority didn't. As I got into the malls, I was shocked at how much locking-out I had to do from every angle, nook and cranny. This took a LOT OF TIME. And in dangerous, stupid, mall traffic it was a major undertaking not to get in an accident. The major mall took about an hour. There were a couple of cop Ka's getting in the way, so we had to wait to revisit some areas they were blocking us from getting. After doing just my wife's haunts, we were burned out. And even then, we had a few hits on the roadway that had to be added. But WHAT A PITA! And to think...I will have to do this again and again when temps reach highs and lows, as door opener radar drifts with temp changes. What used to be done in one place in the parking lot, far enough away to catch several doors at a time, now takes multiple points and many lockouts. I travel far and wide, so I can imagine I'll run out of lockouts...especially if I have to do this multiple times due to temperature drift.

What will we end up with after locking out the same sources a couple (maybe a few) times during the year? My guess is the same amount of spectrum locked out, if not more, than we had on the original lockout bandwidth. But you will end up using many, many more lockout memories. With the original bandwidth, I did my lockouts on mid temperature range days, so I never had to do them again. It worked very well all year round. Yesterday was 40 to 45 degrees, so not quite 50 degrees where my mid point is, but all I could do that day of the update. But I suspect this will be labor intensive as the temps vary. As it was, I accidentally locked out BSM's, and also a LEO the came across my path. That's NOT GOOD! I "think" I unlocked that just in time before he got out of range, but when training this R7 you don't always have time to stop and verify while in moving traffic. You have to think fast and act faster.

And that leaves my final point that is potentially disastrous...NO WAY TO UNLOCK A MISTAKEN LOCKOUT ONCE THE SIGNAL IS GONE FROM THE AREA. If Uniden had taken my suggestion to show the lockouts on the display when you entered the lockout zone, of course with no signal bars, and gave you the ability to UNLOCK THE LOCKOUT from memory, that would give you a chance to correct a mistake. But now we are stuck with it until the LEO (or BSM) on the same frequency comes back into the area. Well, I don't have time to sit around waiting for that.

So I do not like what was changed, and I think it will be nothing but a pain in the arse. And still with no way to correct a mistake, it will be even more risky. Uniden needs to think logically about this, and fix both issues. Escort handles it with auto-lockouts AND auto-unlockouts. I can assist the lockout part during temperature drifts...and even if I made a mistake on a legit target, the Escort will eventually fix it. Don't get me wrong, I love my Uniden R7 well over any Escort, but they need to go back to what worked (most of this in malls anyway...no danger of being "too wide"), and they need an UNLOCK FEATURE in areas the signal has vacated.

One more concern...I liked the Speed Camera "over-speed countdown" the way it was. It gave me just enough time to adjust my speed (I'm in the "high roller" club) as it counted down to the kill zone. Why did they shorten that? For the wimpy 5 to 10 guys??? Please put that back the way it was. If it weren't for the MRCT/T improvements, I would have stayed with version 124. I'm getting just as much BSM falsing on the 24.168 / 160 stuff, and if anything I would have wanted a second "narrow filter" K Block option to mask those out to keep my Uniden quieter. That would have been a great upgrade! So no, this update has some downgrades and missed opportunities. One step forward, three steps back. I'll give it more time and check back, but these issues are obvious problems that need to be addressed.

Phil
I have to HEARTILY agree with you on the unlock option. Perfect example: I live near I-10, and the highway dept. is nearly ALWAYS working on MILES long sections of the road. When they do, they set up K band speed signs. I usually have to use 20 or MORE lockouts on those sections to shut my R7 up. When the construction is completed, of course they remove the speed signs, and then I'm stuck with miles and miles of lockouts...no way to unlock them without deleting ALL of my lockouts and starting over again. Please FIX this Uniden!!!!!
 

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  1. Enhancing MRCD detection range
  2. Rear Antenna Sensitivity Attenuation
  3. Narrow down the frequency range of Mute Memory function - X Band: 25MHz-> 10MHz, K Band: 30MHz -> 10MHz, Ka Band : 100MHz- > 20MHz
  4. If the main alert is locked out, the secondary alert becomes the main alert so users can lockout this(second alert) one as well
  5. MRCD alert always has priority over other radar alerts (X,K,Ka) even when Ka priority is ON
  6. MRCD alert is not muted by Quiet ride
  7. Secondary alerts to be displayed as Arrow and Band color selected in the Menu
  8. Display Signal strength level in grey color for Mute Memory in Alert Display #2 mode
  9. Amber color looks red so adjust the color to Amber
  10. Add two more steps to Auto Mute volume level setting(0 - 7 levels)
  11. The voice announcement for radar or laser alert does not go off for the same voice within 30 seconds
  12. If Auto mute volume level set in Menu is higher than the current volume level, it alerts at the current volume level
  13. Adjusted Latch time for the secondary display in All Threat mode
  14. Alert "POI limit speed" and "radar" by turn if detected at the same time
  15. Overspeed alert per 1.5 seconds
  16. Press "Mute/Dim" key for 0.5 second at standby mode to enter DIM mode(current version 1 second)
  17. Shorten display change time to Standby mode to 1 second from 3 seconds when changing DIM and Detection mode
  18. Display "MUTE" when Mute is operational.
  19. Add "Heartbeat" icon at standby display like R1/R3 model

Why is this not on the Uniden Firmware page? Thank you for posting it.
 

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Why is this not on the Uniden Firmware page? Thank you for posting it.
It will be on Uniden's support page next week. Uniden allowed it to be released early to RDF.
 

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My initial impressions are that bsm filtering took a step in the wrong direction. Same settings as before. Seems to be going off more on k band.
 

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My initial impressions are that bsm filtering took a step in the wrong direction. Same settings as before. Seems to be going off more on k band.
I get the feeling they cranked up K band a notch to get MCRD better and added more BSM filtering. Depending on settings and environment personnel experiences may go either way.
 

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I updated yesterday and went out with my wife to her shopping areas to retrain lockouts. Did a factory reset before updating. Set it up again with my usual settings, and had to readjust auto-mute to some value that matched my previous volume level. Ready to head out and start locking using the cigar lighter button.

First thing I noticed was that some X Band lockouts were still locked out. No, I didn't clear them by erasing all user lockouts prior to the update. I also observed some K band lockouts remained, but the vast majority didn't. As I got into the malls, I was shocked at how much locking-out I had to do from every angle, nook and cranny. This took a LOT OF TIME. And in dangerous, stupid, mall traffic it was a major undertaking not to get in an accident. The major mall took about an hour. There were a couple of cop Ka's getting in the way, so we had to wait to revisit some areas they were blocking us from getting. After doing just my wife's haunts, we were burned out. And even then, we had a few hits on the roadway that had to be added. But WHAT A PITA! And to think...I will have to do this again and again when temps reach highs and lows, as door opener radar drifts with temp changes. What used to be done in one place in the parking lot, far enough away to catch several doors at a time, now takes multiple points and many lockouts. I travel far and wide, so I can imagine I'll run out of lockouts...especially if I have to do this multiple times due to temperature drift.

What will we end up with after locking out the same sources a couple (maybe a few) times during the year? My guess is the same amount of spectrum locked out, if not more, than we had on the original lockout bandwidth. But you will end up using many, many more lockout memories. With the original bandwidth, I did my lockouts on mid temperature range days, so I never had to do them again. It worked very well all year round. Yesterday was 40 to 45 degrees, so not quite 50 degrees where my mid point is, but all I could do that day of the update. But I suspect this will be labor intensive as the temps vary. As it was, I accidentally locked out BSM's, and also a LEO that came across my path. That's NOT GOOD! I "think" I unlocked that just in time before he got out of range, but when training this R7 you don't always have time to stop and verify while in moving traffic. You have to think fast and act faster.

And that leaves my final point that is potentially disastrous...NO WAY TO UNLOCK A MISTAKEN LOCKOUT ONCE THE SIGNAL IS GONE FROM THE AREA. If Uniden had taken my suggestion to show the lockouts on the display when you entered the lockout zone, of course with no signal bars, and gave you the ability to UNLOCK THE LOCKOUT from memory, that would give you a chance to correct a mistake. But now we are stuck with it until the LEO (or BSM) on the same frequency comes back into the area. Well, I don't have time to sit around waiting for that.

So I do not like what was changed, and I think it will be nothing but a pain in the arse. And still with no way to correct a mistake, it will be even more risky. Uniden needs to think logically about this, and fix both issues. Escort handles it with auto-lockouts AND auto-unlockouts. I can assist the lockout part during temperature drifts...and even if I made a mistake on a legit target, the Escort will eventually fix it. Don't get me wrong, I love my Uniden R7 well over any Escort, but they need to go back to what worked (most of this in malls anyway...no danger of being "too wide"), and they need an UNLOCK FEATURE in areas the signal has vacated.

One more concern...I liked the Speed Camera "over-speed countdown" the way it was. It gave me just enough time to adjust my speed (I'm in the "high roller" club) as it counted down to the kill zone. Why did they shorten that? For the wimpy 5 to 10 guys??? Please put that back the way it was. If it weren't for the MRCD/T improvements, I would have stayed with version 124. I'm getting just as much BSM falsing on the 24.168 / 160 stuff, and if anything I would have wanted a second "narrow filter" K Block option to mask those out to keep my Uniden quieter. That would have been a great upgrade! So no, this update has some downgrades and missed opportunities. One step forward, three steps back. I'll give it more time and check back, but these issues are obvious problems that need to be addressed.

Phil
I originally thought as others have stated here that you can erase the lockout area by erasing all of it by deleting the user lockout data. That is not true as I have found out a few months ago. You have to physically go to that lockout area while the signal is present. During a lockout, the screen is all grayed out. Then you press the mute memory again to erase it. You still can unlock it in areas where the signal is no longer present but you need a Bushnell radar tuned to the same or close frequency of the lockout area. Problem is, how will you unlock it when the signal is no longer present and you don't know the frequency? I don't think Uniden can unlock a lockout area when there is no signal. You will pass by the area you locked out but the screen will be blank in dark mode or standby mode in highway,city or advanced. It is just the way it is program and how the lockout works. In order to lockout or unlock the area, a signal has to be present.
 

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I can actually re-confirm based on someone else's post. When getting multiple signals the speed meter/window disappears for a second or two then shows up again. Arrow's are jumping also but I think it was because the signal might have been bouncing off cars in a vicinity ( heavy traffic ).
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I've driven for about an hour on the new firmware and have noticed some bugs. Fortunately none severe, but will take some more driving to nail down if it is repeatable time and time again.

1. When the display is set for speed MPH/KPH, and a single radar signal is detected, the speed disappears for a few seconds and then displays again. I don't recall this behavior from the previous firmware. When multiple signals are detected the MPH/KPH is replaced by competing signals. However, this situation happens with just 1 signal.

2. The arrows are a bit more "wonkey". I have my detector mounted high with a 365 degree view and they are generally very accurate. Tonight I've noticed some indecision when it comes to faint signals. It bounces between side, back and front before finally deciding where the signal is actually coming from.

3. Even though quiet ride is set for 30mph, at intermittent times when a new K band signal is detected the detector will send 2 audible k band alerts before being muted due to quiet ride.

Not an issue - K band seems a little more sensitive. This is welcome due to all the k band in my area.

What I would like to see. I would like to be able to mark Legitimate K band alerts. Not by location, but by frequency with the same variance the lockouts use. Over time I have memorized all the k band frequencies the LEO's use in my area, but would like to mark them as legitimate just to give me a little bit sharper edge. So maybe an audible that says "Marked FRQ" or something like that. Also, maybe have a "off location" menu item that would ignore those marked frequencies when you are traveling out of town.

I'll keep driving around with it over the next days/weeks, and if I see anything else, will post.
I've noticed the same behavior on my unit this morning.
Points 1 and 2 from your post.
 
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I have to HEARTILY agree with you on the unlock option. Perfect example: I live near I-10, and the highway dept. is nearly ALWAYS working on MILES long sections of the road. When they do, they set up K band speed signs. I usually have to use 20 or MORE lockouts on those sections to shut my R7 up. When the construction is completed, of course they remove the speed signs, and then I'm stuck with miles and miles of lockouts...no way to unlock them without deleting ALL of my lockouts and starting over again. Please FIX this Uniden!!!!!
Don't lockout a portable speed sign. Never did and never will. If you learn to use the QR feature, you will be blessed with all the K band annoyance. Band aid solution? If ain't broke, don't fix it. ;)
 

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Don't lockout a portable speed sign. Never did and never will. If you learn to use the QR feature, you will be blessed with all the K band annoyance. Band aid solution? If ain't broke, don't fix it. ;)
Good point. Never thought of doing that. Thanks
 

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Did the update, smooth and easy. However after a factory reset it changed all my settings, I don’t think it did that before?
 

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