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Instructional Videos

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I hope it's ok to post these here.

I have created three videos that go through how to set up a DMR radio to communicate to Brandmeister through the new openSPOT2. The topic of each video is:
  • Choosing an appropriate frequency for your hotspot
  • Programming channels for your hotspot in your radio
  • Initial setup of the openSPOT2 with a laptop
I'm planning a fourth video that expands upon some of the other configuration you can do with the openSPOT2. I'll add it to the playlist and post back here when it's done.

Here's the playlist:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P ... QX49EP-3Tv

I hope some folks can find these videos useful.
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Great videos, thanks!
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These are awesome videos. Very helpful and instructive. So many videos fly through setting and information so fast they are unusable. Yours was great.

Question: I am new to OpenSpot 2 and just began using mine this week. When I am connect to my router I have no problem opening my OpenSpot to see the Status screen and all the connected information. How do I see all that when I am mobile. For example on my Galaxy 8S I would like to see that same screen, but I do not know how to find the phones ip address or open the dashboard like I do on the computer. Is this possible? If so, how do you do that or how do you find the ip address when I am mobile. (I can find the phones ip address when it is connect to my router, but will it be the same address when I am mobile? I don't think I can make it static can I?)

Sorry for the questions, but thought maybe you could help or direct me the right way!

Thanks.
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I think I figured it out from your third video. I am assuming if you use: sharkrf.link and then put in the openSPOT 2 UID that it will open it on whatever device you may be on no matter what ip address it is using. Correct?

Thanks!
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Hairbear1953 wrote: Fri Nov 09, 2018 9:19 pm I am assuming if you use: sharkrf.link and then put in the openSPOT 2 UID that it will open it on whatever device you may be on no matter what ip address it is using. Correct?
IF the openSPOT2 and the device you are using are on the same network, yes. So you wouldn't be able to open the interface if the openSPOT2 was on your home network and you were on you work network, or just on your phone's data network, etc.
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Not anyone will be able to watch your videos. It is all because you're using a rare video file format, which any video player can't read. For example, the default video player of a device on macOS can read such video files. For example, I am not using the default video player. I downloaded one from okaapps.com, and it has more advantages. I like it the most because this video player can read any video file format, which is essential for my job. After all, I am a photo and video editor, and different customers send video files in different formats.
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Super video, thank you!
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