Motorola BRP40 Cloning

How do I clone a Motorola BPR40 Radio to another BPR40 Radio?

First some terminology, the radio with the proper information is called the “ source master radio” and the other radio that will be cloned to is called the “ buy cialis with priligy slave radio“.

It might be a good idea to place a small sticker on the follow site master radio since it’s very easily to forget when cloning a lot of radios which is the master radio and which is the slave radio. The part number for the Motorola Cloning cable is PMDN4060.

BPR40 Programming Button

BPR40 Programming Button

Make sure both radios are off.

Starting with the master radio

1. Turn off the radio if it’s on
2. Now for the tricky part, press and hold the programmable button #1, this is the top programmable button and turn on the radio. Keep pressing the programmable button until you hear two beeps, usually about 1 to 2 seconds.
3. Release the programmable button, you should notice that the LED in front of the radio is now either red or orange, not flashing green or green.

Moving to the slave radio

1. Turn off the radio if it’s on
2. Press and hold the same programmable button #1, this is the top programmable button and turned on the radio.
3. Keep the programmable button press until two beeps are heard, just like above, but keep pressing that button until three more beeps are heard.
4. Release the programming button, you should notice that the LED will turn green.

The cloning process

1. Connect the cloning cable to both the master and slave radios using the smaller Jack on the right-hand side of the radio.
2. Press and release the programming button #1 of the slave radio.
3. Within two seconds (very important), press and release the programming button #1 on the master radio.
4. The LED on both radios will flash orange doing the cloning process.
5. When both radios are complete, you will hear a chirping sound on both radios.
6. Disconnect the cloning cable from both radios.
7. Turn off both radios and turn them back on again.
8. Check to see if the cloning process was successful by talking into the master radio and see if the slave radio breaks squelch.