Bug #1965

Yaesu FT-8800R Right Side Memory Banks Not Programming

Added by Jason Gray over 5 years ago. Updated 2 months ago.

Status:Feedback Start date:10/14/2014
Priority:Normal Due date:
Assignee:- % Done:

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Category:-
Target version:chirp-daily
Chirp Version:daily Platform:All
Model affected:Yaesu FT-8800

Description

Chirp 0.4.1 for Mac OS X. Trying to program a Yaesu 8800R. The radio accepts all frequencies. The left side banks are also accepted, however, the right side banks are not.

I have attached the .img file I am uploading...

Please help!

Thanks!

Jason

Yeasu FT-8800 Image.img (21.7 kB) Jason Gray, 10/14/2014 12:25 pm


Related issues

related to Feature #739: Expose radio sub-device objects as sub-tabs instead of to... Closed 04/01/2013
related to Bug #4255: Bank Corruption During Copying or Import of Data New 11/22/2016
duplicated by Bug #1785: Yaesu FT-8800 - Right side not getting all settings loaded Closed 07/24/2014
duplicated by Bug #1619: Yaesu FT-8800 Banks no programming on RH side Closed 05/07/2014

History

Updated by Jeffrey Meyers over 5 years ago

I have the same issue.

Updated by Jeffrey Meyers over 5 years ago

I have the same issue using 4.1 for windows.

Updated by Tom Hayward about 5 years ago

I bet this is a regression from #739

Updated by Jay Duthler over 4 years ago

Seeing the same issue on windows with daily build 20150814. Suspect this may be a address alignment issue as right side band assignments are successfully retrievable from the radio and report correctly in the right band tab. But are not recognized by the radio, so Chirp is pushing and pulling from the same config memory location.

However manual memory and band assignments on the right side are not downloading with band information on pulls from the radio. I would take a guess that the band info is not being placed where the radio is looking for it but it is being stored and is retrievable.

Updated by Nathaniel Vishner almost 3 years ago

Still no joy in programming the right side memory bank on windows with CHIRP daily-20170420. It did successfully upload the memory assignments which was helpful.
Further work seems to be needed with the right side memory bank.

Updated by Kyle Hager almost 3 years ago

I have the same problem:
Mac OSX 10.11.6
Chirp build: daily-20170501
Yaesu ft-8800r

If I download from the radio, the right-side bank shows banks checked in the data that's downloaded. However, it shows a lot more banks checked than I have manually set in the radio. It seems to show the values as in a previous file I had used even though it was supposedly downloaded from the radio (?)
When I upload to the radio, it doesn't matter what I have set in Chirp for the right-side bank, the result of the upload is NO banks are set on the right set. This is easy to reproduce: Manually set some memories on the right side to a bank or two, download a new file from the radio, then upload that same file. All banks on right side of the radio are erased.

This is the only problem I have ever had with any Chirp version across all my radios. Is there an older version where this bug is not present? I'll happily use an older version and just stick with it since everything else works.

Updated by Kyle Hager almost 3 years ago

Update to my previous post

I updated to Chirp build "daily_20170510" (i.e., May 10th vs. May 1st) and here are the differences I noticed:
- Whatever I put in the screen for the RIGHT bank gets uploaded to the radio in the LEFT bank
- Adding/changing memory bank settings on the "Left Bank" tab in the application apparently has no effect on the radio when uploaded.
- When I download from the radio, the application shows all memory channels assigned to a bank for the right side (as I had previously set and uploaded), but they are not set that way in the radio after upload. There were only a few banks manually set on the right side and only those should be displayed (as opposed to a bunch more)
- The right bank is not completely erased upon upload to the radio (as with previous version of Chirp). However, the only memory banks preserved on the right side are those that were set when the file was downloaded from the radio.
- If I manually program new memory bank settings on the right side, these are erased when uploading to the radio (as I supposed they should be) except what's on the screen is not uploaded
- The memory banks that were manually programmed on the right side ARE downloaded from the radio but are not properly displayed. I know this because if I make changes manually to the right bank, then upload the file I just downloaded, the banks on the right side are reset to what they were before I downloaded the file. In other words, "somewhere", those bank settings are recorded in the application because if I upload a specific file to the radio, the right bank settings AS OF THE TIME THAT FILE WAS DOWNLOADED, are set in the radio when uploading that file.
Example (all right-side banks):
Say Repeater 1 is set to bank 1, repeater 2 is set to bank 2, and repeater 3 is set to bank 3
Download from the radio
Display shows a lot more memory channels than those three are set to various banks
Manually add Repeater 4 to bank 4 using the radio
Upload that file I just downloaded, and repeater 4 will not be set (this is actually correct because I just overwrote my manually-set bank with the file from Chirp)
But - no matter how I change the settings for the right bank in Chirp (using either Left Bank tab or Right Bank tab), when I upload, only repeaters 1, 2, and 3 will be set to banks 1, 2, and 3 just like they were when I downloaded the file.

Sorry to be long-winded, hope this helps - ask if you need clarification.

Updated by Bernhard Hailer 2 months ago

  • Subject changed from Yaesu 8800R Right Side Memory Banks Not Programming to Yaesu FT-8800R Right Side Memory Banks Not Programming
  • Status changed from New to Feedback
  • Target version set to chirp-daily
  • Chirp Version changed from 0.4.0 to daily
  • Platform changed from MacOS to All

#1785 suggests that there are more settings affected than just banks.

Updated by Bernhard Hailer 2 months ago

  • Model affected changed from (All models) to Yaesu FT-8800

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