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SD Change

Tim Ferguson
 

Is the anything in particular that needs to be done  in changing the SD card in a 536HP?  I think I have one that’s having trouble and am going to change it out, but didn’t know if the new one needed any special programming? Or just updating it with Sentinel after installing it?

Thanks,
Tim

Joe M.
 

Just use the CLEAR USER DATA in Sentinel first. Then write your profile.

Here is a 5-minute video setting up a new card. The new one in the video is 128GB, but the procedure is the same. You can skip the formatting part if your card is FAT and start at about the 1:45 mark. The last part shows card installation in an SDS100 and initial operation. You can skip those, too.

<<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfBHe-4Bfvs>>

The video does not show writing your Favorites, but you
should do that after the CLEAR USER DATA procedure.

It will be faster if you use a card reader rather than the scanner.

Joe M.

On 3/3/2020 10:38 AM, Tim Ferguson wrote:
Is the anything in particular that needs to be done in changing the SD
card in a 536HP? I think I have one that’s having trouble and am going
to change it out, but didn’t know if the new one needed any special
programming? Or just updating it with Sentinel after installing it?

Thanks,
Tim

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Date: 3/3/2020 11:33:32 AM
Subject: [Uniden] SD Change
 
Is the anything in particular that needs to be done  in changing the SD card in a 536HP?  I think I have one that’s having trouble and am going to change it out, but didn’t know if the new one needed any special programming? Or just updating it with Sentinel after installing it?

Thanks,
Tim
 

Tommy Long
 

 
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Can I  ask  you some thing why when I program my scanner after I  am  done take the USB cable off it say not to scan  
 
 
 
 

-------Original Message-------
 
From: Joe M.
Date: 3/3/2020 12:12:16 PM
Subject: Re: [Uniden] SD Change
 
Just use the CLEAR USER DATA in Sentinel first. Then write your profile.
 
Here is a 5-minute video setting up a new card. The new one in the video
is 128GB, but the procedure is the same. You can skip the formatting
part if your card is FAT and start at about the 1:45 mark. The last part
shows card installation in an SDS100 and initial operation. You can skip
those, too.
 
 
The video does not show writing your Favorites, but you
should do that after the CLEAR USER DATA procedure.
 
It will be faster if you use a card reader rather than the scanner.
 
Joe M.
 
On 3/3/2020 10:38 AM, Tim Ferguson wrote:
> Is the anything in particular that needs to be done  in changing the SD
> card in a 536HP?  I think I have one that’s having trouble and am going
> to change it out, but didn’t know if the new one needed any special
> programming? Or just updating it with Sentinel after installing it?
>
> Thanks,
> Tim
 
 
 

Joe M.
 

It means you probably have Quick Keys assigned and not enabled in the profile. You can just enable them using the keypad or enable them in your profile then write that to the scanner.

Joe M.

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Can I ask you some thing why when I program my scanner after I am
done take the USB cable off it say not to scan
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/*From:*/ Joe M. <mailto:mch@...>
/*Date:*/ 3/3/2020 12:12:16 PM
/*To:*/ main@Uniden.groups.io <mailto:main@Uniden.groups.io>
/*Subject:*/ Re: [Uniden] SD Change
Just use the CLEAR USER DATA in Sentinel first. Then write your profile.
Here is a 5-minute video setting up a new card. The new one in the video
is 128GB, but the procedure is the same. You can skip the formatting
part if your card is FAT and start at about the 1:45 mark. The last part
shows card installation in an SDS100 and initial operation. You can skip
those, too.
<<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfBHe-4Bfvs>>
The video does not show writing your Favorites, but you
should do that after the CLEAR USER DATA procedure.
It will be faster if you use a card reader rather than the scanner.
Joe M.
On 3/3/2020 10:38 AM, Tim Ferguson wrote:
> Is the anything in particular that needs to be done in changing the SD
> card in a 536HP? I think I have one that’s having trouble and am going
> to change it out, but didn’t know if the new one needed any special
> programming? Or just updating it with Sentinel after installing it?
>
> Thanks,
> Tim

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Joe M.
 

It's also possible you don't have any selected Service Types enabled.

Joe M.

On 3/3/2020 1:18 PM, Tommy Long wrote:

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Can I ask you some thing why when I program my scanner after I am
done take the USB cable off it say not to scan
/-------Original Message-------/
/*From:*/ Joe M. <mailto:mch@...>
/*Date:*/ 3/3/2020 12:12:16 PM
/*To:*/ main@Uniden.groups.io <mailto:main@Uniden.groups.io>
/*Subject:*/ Re: [Uniden] SD Change
Just use the CLEAR USER DATA in Sentinel first. Then write your profile.
Here is a 5-minute video setting up a new card. The new one in the video
is 128GB, but the procedure is the same. You can skip the formatting
part if your card is FAT and start at about the 1:45 mark. The last part
shows card installation in an SDS100 and initial operation. You can skip
those, too.
<<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfBHe-4Bfvs>>
The video does not show writing your Favorites, but you
should do that after the CLEAR USER DATA procedure.
It will be faster if you use a card reader rather than the scanner.
Joe M.
On 3/3/2020 10:38 AM, Tim Ferguson wrote:
> Is the anything in particular that needs to be done in changing the SD
> card in a 536HP? I think I have one that’s having trouble and am going
> to change it out, but didn’t know if the new one needed any special
> programming? Or just updating it with Sentinel after installing it?
>
> Thanks,
> Tim

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Tim Ferguson
 

Thanks, Joe. I would suppose it depends on the usage how long a SD card should last before being replaced?

Tim

On Mar 3, 2020, at 12:12 PM, Joe M. <mch@...> wrote:

Just use the CLEAR USER DATA in Sentinel first. Then write your profile.

Here is a 5-minute video setting up a new card. The new one in the video is 128GB, but the procedure is the same. You can skip the formatting part if your card is FAT and start at about the 1:45 mark. The last part shows card installation in an SDS100 and initial operation. You can skip those, too.

<<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfBHe-4Bfvs>>

The video does not show writing your Favorites, but you
should do that after the CLEAR USER DATA procedure.

It will be faster if you use a card reader rather than the scanner.

Joe M.

On 3/3/2020 10:38 AM, Tim Ferguson wrote:
Is the anything in particular that needs to be done in changing the SD
card in a 536HP? I think I have one that’s having trouble and am going
to change it out, but didn’t know if the new one needed any special
programming? Or just updating it with Sentinel after installing it?

Thanks,
Tim

Joe M.
 

I've had OEM cards that last long, and some that don't. A quality replacement SD card should last a pretty long time. The larger the card, the more recordings it will be able to hold. If you don't record, you should be able to get away with a smaller card just fine.

Joe M.

On 3/3/2020 1:25 PM, Tim Ferguson wrote:
Thanks, Joe. I would suppose it depends on the usage how long a SD card should last before being replaced?

Tim

On Mar 3, 2020, at 12:12 PM, Joe M. <mch@...> wrote:

Just use the CLEAR USER DATA in Sentinel first. Then write your profile.

Here is a 5-minute video setting up a new card. The new one in the video is 128GB, but the procedure is the same. You can skip the formatting part if your card is FAT and start at about the 1:45 mark. The last part shows card installation in an SDS100 and initial operation. You can skip those, too.

<<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfBHe-4Bfvs>>

The video does not show writing your Favorites, but you
should do that after the CLEAR USER DATA procedure.

It will be faster if you use a card reader rather than the scanner.

Joe M.

On 3/3/2020 10:38 AM, Tim Ferguson wrote:
Is the anything in particular that needs to be done in changing the SD
card in a 536HP? I think I have one that’s having trouble and am going
to change it out, but didn’t know if the new one needed any special
programming? Or just updating it with Sentinel after installing it?

Thanks,
Tim