md380-update
Shell

README.md

Please do not alter, change or modify coding.

All questions should be directed to me via wh6av@allpuremedia.com.

This program was created for all users of the MD-380 and MD-390 radios. Please note that this is intended to be run from a Raspberry Pi machine. It can also be used on a Debian or Raspbian installation also.

To update to most current version, please run the following commands:

cd md380-radio

git pull


SETUP PROCEDURE

Please follow as instructed to install program:

Login via SSH and run following command:

sudo apt-get install git -y

Wait for installation of GIT to complete. You will be back at CLI, command line interface prompt. Type the following:

sudo git clone http://github.com/wh6av/md380-radio

Wait for cloning to complete. You will be back at CLI. Type the following to change into md380-radio directory:

cd md380-radio

To execute program, type the following at CLI:

sudo ./md380-update

Instructions to flash firmware to your radio as follows:

1 - Please run options 1, 2, 3 and 4 in order. This is to ensure your RPi is up to date with it's own software. It will also install all pre-requisite files needed to be installed to run md380-tools. Option 4 is to install md380tools.

2 - Run option 5 to update MD380/MD390 radio (NON-GPS) firmware to hacked firmware.

OR Run option 6 to update MD380G/MD390G radio (GPS) firmware to hacked firmware.

3 - Run option 7 to install and/or update DMR ID database to your radio. (NON-EUROPEAN)

Run option 71 to install and/or update DMR ID database to your radio. (EUROPEAN)

Run option 72 to install ENTIRE DMR ID database to your radio. (WORLDWIDE)

That's it to flashing firmware and installing and/or updating DMR ID database.

To update md380tools just run option 4.

To update DMR ID Database once a week, run option 7, 71 or 72. You may update as often as you want. I update every 2 days.

73 and Aloha!

Gescio Alpuro WH6AV