JC Haywire: I love my "Walks On." As far as I can tell, it is pronounced "Ou-shun" like
the big salty bodies of water. The big ones. I wish I had watched this
awesome vid before trying to program my walks-on UV2D. I used to have the
YAY-zoo but sold it to buy two of these suckers. I was not sorry. Best 73,
dkdavid721: I need help. When I go to change the com port all of them are greyed out
and I can't change anything. I verified that the driver is installed
correctly that isn't the problem and I don't know what else could be
Joe Noneya: Is there anyway to make these radios recieve the 800-900MHz?
Matthew Camp: I have programmed to the frequencies to my county bands and I get the
message Channel 1 Message out of Range. Any idea on how to fix this?
Mike A Drover: Help!! Just got it Help
Artifex: Nice video, but I must add a detail: Wouxun is not pronounced as wou-xun
but in chinese it's pronounced as wou-shin (quite similar pronounciation as
the word "ocean" in english)
ENC016: can anyone tell me how to put a space in the channel name? i read it
somewhere but forgot where it was or how too.
setofirons: will this work on a mac?????
blewbot: @ENC016 I read that you have to use a "-" dash or minus sign... but i have
not had luck figuring it out. let me know if it works for you.
James Hawkins: I have tried many times to get this software to work and can't get it to
read or write. I have downloaded the most recent drivers and still nothing.
When I check the Device Manager, it has the little yellow "triangle of
death." If I tell windows to update the driver, it tells me that the driver
is the up to date. Very frustrating.
BlackAdder719: @ClaytonCowboy i've got this one too, I don't know how to figure it out
BlackAdder719: very nice, i've got to buy the cable, setting up channels directly from the
radio is a little messy
THEOLDGATOR1: Thanks for the GREAT video! Just got a KG-UV3D and your video sure made it
a snap to program the radio. 73 The Old Gator
John Wilkerson: Nicly done video. You are right.. ALWAYS do a read first. I use Windows 7
and have had some issues... BTW: COM4 is not *always* the port it finds...
BUT again, I use win7, so you may be right. Good tutorial... Perhaps you
will give a review of how your radio works and all that... Hey try AO51 and
AO27 satellites :) Yes... the HTs work on them :) 73 John
Steve Marshall: Which radio are you using?
George Lamprecht: I have a constant failed connection. I have looked at the com port and it
is 6 on my computer. Any ideas?
ricardo Amaral: Hi! I have the same problem than you.. download from prolific site:
tshay65: Man oh man - I wish that I would have watched your video first. Just passed
my Technician test and bought a Wouxun KG-UV6D radio. I have just fought
the 'Failed Connection' error for a couple of hours. Found other driver
downloads - downloaded them. Unistalled the software - reinstalled it -
Failed Connection. You said 'make sure to press the cable in firm' - CRAP!
Pushed a little more on mine and it went in just a little further. DANG!
punisher101002: great video thank you 2w0lmm 73s
videosbymike: can you program this radio if you have a mac computer? Glock n Load, Mike
fdiaz05: Anyone have an issue with the speaker? It was coming in intermittently for
a while and now the radio will only work with a headset plugged in, no
built in speaker? Is there a setting or did I just get a dud?
Steve Blevins: Nice video. I have yet been able to get mine programmed yet, it will not
work what so ever on xp. Gonna try my luck with a vista machine in few
days. ANyone have the most updated software and drivers for it? Thanks
James Hawkins: I'm using Windows 7
laurak59: When I look up my arrl repeator directory it would say repeater freq
146.8650 ,repeater input - negative, ctcss 146.2. My question is on the
wouxun software. the rx freq, the tx freq, the decode and encode. Where
does the arrl info get placed within the wouxun. The ctcss is the encode or
decode and is the repeator freq of 146.8650 the rx frq?
blewbot: The KG-UV3D
mickeyzee43: Great vid! Just a comment on connection failed message. I had a terrible
time with those failure messages and finally determined it to be the radio
end of the cable. A little rubbing alcohol on a cotton ball cleaned it
right up. Hasn't missed since.