Bug #8337

BF UVF10 still doesn't work

Added by Kees van der Wal 11 days ago. Updated about 8 hours ago.

Status:Closed Start date:10/15/2020
Priority:Normal Due date:
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Target version:chirp-daily
Chirp Version:daily Platform:All
Model affected:Baofeng BF-UVF10

Description

Hello,
I used Chirp (chirp-daily-20200909)on Windows, Ubuntu and RaspberryPi and on all three I can clone my Kenwood TH7 but not my new Boafeng UVF10 with the adviced BF-A58S setting and the same cable. I enclosed a picture.

Thanks in advance.

Regards Kees

Schermafbeelding 2020-10-15 130221.jpg (78.9 kB) Kees van der Wal, 10/15/2020 04:15 am

debug.log (27.6 kB) Kees van der Wal, 10/16/2020 12:03 pm

debug.log (29.5 kB) Kees van der Wal, 10/20/2020 02:32 am

History

Updated by Bernhard Hailer 11 days ago

  • Status changed from New to Feedback
  • Model affected changed from (All models) to Baofeng BF-UVF10
  • Platform changed from Windows to All

Could you please provide a debug log as described in the Wiki: "How To Report Issues"? Thanks!

Updated by Jim Unroe 10 days ago

Kees,

There is a chance that the correct Vendor/Model choice for this radio is actually Radioddity/UV-82X3. Give it a try and report back. If it works the Supported Radio Models list needs updated. If it doesn't work, please attach 2 clean debug.log files. One created with the BF-A58S selection and 1 with the UV-82X3 selection.

To create a clean debug.log file...

1 close CHIRP
2 open CHIRP
3 cause error
4 close CHIRP

Thanks,
Jim KC9HI

Updated by Kees van der Wal 10 days ago

Hi Jim,
Herewith the debug.log with both radio models which aren't working.

73
Kees
PA0VPN

Updated by Jim Unroe 10 days ago

Kees van der Wal wrote:

Hi Jim,
Herewith the debug.log with both radio models which aren't working.

73
Kees
PA0VPN

Hi Kees,

Thanks for the debug.log file. You tried BF-A58S and UV-82III which are technically the same. That was my fault because I wasn't clear enough on the second model to try. The Baofeng UV-82X3 that I want you to try is listed under the Vendor Radioddity.

What I need you to try the following and add a clean debug.log if it doesn't work...

Vendor: Radioddity
Model: UV-82X3

Jim

Updated by Kees van der Wal 6 days ago

Hi Jim,
Log enclosed.
73
Kees

Updated by Bernhard Hailer 4 days ago

Hello Kees, the log suggests that there's a connection problem with your Baofeng radio: the radio doesn't appear to hear what Chirp tells it. This may be a mechanical issue, such as the connector not being fully seated. Try to push it in harder, or to press it at an angle while doing the data transfer. Some users reported that they have to shave off some of the plug housing so that it can reach deeper into the radio.

Updated by Kees van der Wal about 16 hours ago

Bernhard Hailer wrote:

Hello Kees, the log suggests that there's a connection problem with your Baofeng radio: the radio doesn't appear to hear what Chirp tells it. This may be a mechanical issue, such as the connector not being fully seated. Try to push it in harder, or to press it at an angle while doing the data transfer. Some users reported that they have to shave off some of the plug housing so that it can reach deeper into the radio.

Updated by Kees van der Wal about 16 hours ago

Hello Bernahard,
You are right, it was the connection. Thanks very much.

Regards Kees
73
PA0VPN

Updated by Kees van der Wal about 16 hours ago

Hello Bernahard,
You are right, it was the connection. Thanks very much.

Regards Kees
73
PA0VPN

Updated by Bernhard Hailer about 8 hours ago

  • Status changed from Feedback to Closed

Resolved.

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