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24th June 2011, 12:11 AM   |  #1  
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Here we have it,

RadioComm support tool, used for Motorola Handsets.


I found the link somewhere on the net

This is the latest edition i have found so far,

Good Luck

http://www.mediafire.com/file/62wwr6...11_Install.msi

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29th July 2011, 08:02 PM   |  #2  
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Guide on how to actually use Radiocomm 11.11.11?
I've only seen screen shots for it but it has a lot of options and looks like a really complex program. All I need it for is to simply flash SPRecovery.spf on my phone when I root it. So could anyone link me to a Radiocomm flashing guide or at least tell me what I need and what to do and if I need to do it before or after rooting? Thanks and I've rooted a lot but never changed recoveries, all the one click root apps give me recoveries that I hate such as RA-eris V1.6.2 because they are a pain. I'm manually rooting my Eris [I've already done manual rooting before] and just choose my own recovery and SPRecovery has gotten a lot more kudos than RA-eris v1.6.2 [Amona Ra?] and ClockworkMod. If anyoen also knows of any other recovieres they like better than please let me know, but for now just a good how to guide for flashing with Radiocomm. Thanks a lot in advance guys! =]
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Hi There,

I apologize for not having any links off hand, (though i may be able to update int he future).

I know i have ran across a few guides for radiocomm on the internet... Try using Google.com, and keep an eye out for .pdf files..

I am sure you can tinker around in the menu's also... It is a very robust program...

And, just curious... Did you mean to say .SBF file? instead of .spf?

Good Luck
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Here You Go,

I found an older manual for Radiocomm... Idk where i found it, or how helpful it may be... but it's a step in understanding...

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14th April 2012, 08:40 PM   |  #5  
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yep this tool is interresting...

Here is version 11.12.2
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Thanks for posting these files but I can't get them to work. They will not find any of my phones. I have the motorola drivers installed and my puter finds the phone but the radiocomm program won't connect, it stays red. I am running windows 7 with motorola 5.5 drivers, net framework 4 is installed. I tried it in compatability mode, the phones are set to pc mode. my phones are a droid 2 global, and two are a bionic. Can someone please help me out?? Thanks!
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For all to know.

The low level tools are written for use with WinXP or lower.

Use with a newer Windows in XP-Mode at your own risk.

That's why to keep an old XP machine (or Win2K) on hand.
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Good info everyone!!

Here is a backup link to the version epsylon updated us with.. :]

http://www.4shared.com/archive/0uhGK...nstallmsi.html

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anybody radio comm the newest version willing to donate...............thank you
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11.12.2 Version
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Originally Posted by joe zack

anybody radio comm the newest version willing to donate...............thank you

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https://dl.dropbox.com/u/7632904/Rad....2_Install.zip

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