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Radioddity DB25-D New Firmware Release 2023-07-06

Dear Radioddity DB25-D customers,

Hopefully you haven't given up hope of ever receiving another firmware update for your DB25-D. Today we at Radioddity are very proud to finally release this long awaited update. You can be sure that we will remain committed to the Radioddity DB25-D and will continue to provide new and updated firmware versions for our customers for free.

Three of the most awaited enhancements are certainly:

- Analog DTMF is now possible with the Radioddity DB25-D.
- Reduction of initial volume (yes, this is now implemented as well).
- No more need to create an RX group if you only want to listen to the talkgroup assigned to the channel

And of course, the DMR ID data is now displayed correctly as expected.
The most convenient way to upload/update this DMR ID data on the Radioddity DB25-D is probably to use David, mm7dbt's CPEditor ( Make sure you are using the Radioddity version of CPEditor.

Be sure to read our release notes before you start updating your Radioddity DB25-D. A complete list of all changes/additions can also be found in the release.

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For full details, please click Radioddity Download Page to download and check out the corresponding files.

Relevant Blog: How to update Radioddity GD-88 & DB25-D Firmware?

Relevant File:
Precise Directions on How to Update the Firmware of Your Radioddity DB25-D

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We would like to thank all Radioddity DB25-D and GD-88 customers for your constructive feedback.

If you do find any bug in the radio's firmware, our CPS, this documentation or if you are missing a feature, you would have expected, contact us or directly write an email to

In general, the software and firmware updates for your Radioddity DB25-D and Radioddity GD-88 are free of charge. Using a CPS or a firmware not originating from Radioddity may void your warranty.

1 comment

  • James Evan Dallas

    Thank you! Was looking forward to this..

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