Four days in, I'm really enjoying the DMR experience and the Tytera, and I think I've got the hang of most of the basics. I can reliably, if a bit weakly, get into GB7NS.
I still can't get the thing to scan reliably. It was hopeless when i tried to set up a long scan list, so instead tried the tack of having just two channels in the list, one for each timeslot of my nearest repeater (NS), each with the Group List set to a group with all the TGs in. I then made the first channel (for slot1) autoscan, and made it the first entry in my GB7NS zone. This works better... but it still seems to miss a lot. I'm inferring this from the way the red flashing LED goes green, but with no new channel name on the display and no audio. Often, if I then go through the channels manually, I get to a channel carrying a QSO that should have been picked up by the scan (or I can see it on the cc-3 live monitor). It seems to be worse on TGs on Slot 2, and it's irritatingly not reliably broken enough to properly characterise, but is there anything to be done? It seems as if the rig worked better when I first started to use it - is there a factory reset, somehow?
And what's the best way to set up channels for the Direct Dial TG system? There are too many to put in a single 16 channel zone, but there doesn't seem to be any way to select a channel on the handset unless it's in a zone. So, do I split them across multiple zones? (I did think that the Zone Select option in the Buttons menu didn't work, but it does when the radio's not scanning.)
Otherwise, I'm loving it. It is a bit buggy - it's crashed once and reset itself at random once, but the hardware seems very stable, Be nice fi the firmware got reverse engineered...