- Mar 5, 2012
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- Perth, Western Australia
@DEMON5 Thanks for the heads up. Seem, to have missed the alert on this thread.
I'm loving the 128 firmware, but I've updated my R7 to 133 with the NZ database and will test that for a few weeks. I'll also look to do some comparative runs against redflex on 133 K extended, versus 128 K segmented.
Whether I update the 128 firmware with features of 133 depends upon how well it works, and also whether it might be better to wait for the next update with auto lock outs, which could be no more than a month away.
I'm also reluctant to release 133 as is with an NZ database, just in case someone is tempted to start selling it. Therefore if people do want to try the 133 firmware, can I suggest you install the Uniden US version, and try it without NZ gps database. You can always revert back to your previous R7 file with the NZ database if you need it for a long trip.
So essentially watch this space...
Thanks.Currently R7 128 Int firmware is best all round performance in NZ. US 133 can be provided with NZ gps, but needs a lot of fixes to K band to make it useable at full wide and full sensitivity (both of which we need for NZ mobile redflex). I think I'm going to let Uniden fix this release before adding in my own tweeks and improvements.