I'm new to this forum, and a newcomer to DMR as well. Right now I own a Tytera MD-390, a
hotspot I have installed at home based on a Raspberry Pi 2 with a DVMega, and a Hytera PD365.
I'm really impressed with the Hytera set. It's small, light, the audio quality is really good, but,
alas, I am really unimpressed by Hytera so far.
The road to begin using one of these radios is bumpy indeed. First, there is no official manufacturer's
page where I can find the appropiate programming software. So I had to fish around several pages. This
is potentially a security problem. At some point one well meaning amateur could be serving malware
ridden files without knowing.
Several days ago I found a promising downloads section in the Hytera's web page (http://www.hytera.com
it doesn´t work. Trying to register in order to obtain a username and password takes me to an error web page
in Chinese and a Java exception trace. Not good. The European distributor (as far as I know, the German
page is operated by a distributor covering all of Europe, or presumably the EU) does only offer brochures for
download. Pretty useful.
I sent an email to Hytera's service and I received a very interesting and informative email message:
Dear Borja Marcos,
Thank you for choosing Hytera, may I ask which country you are from?
Thanks & regards
Global Service Delivery Center（GSD）
Hytera Communications Corporation Limited
Hytera Tower, Shenzhen Hi-Tech Industrial Park North, Beihuan Road 9108#, Nanshan District, Shenzhen，P.R.C.
I replied that I am in Spain and I purchased my set from a dealer based in the UK. That was two days ago.
No further answers.
Does this mimic the experience of others users? The radio is really good and in my first email I told them I'm
impressed, but so far it looks like access to programming software or firmware updates will be a nightmare.