BM Manager - reset

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BM Manager - reset

Post by VK2FMET » Thu Mar 19, 2020 1:05 am

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Hi - I've installed the BM Manager
But I've tried all the options with no luck
I'm trying to reset (disengage from TG91) with no luck.
When a QSO is going on it's sometimes near impossible to get a PC to 4000 inserted between overs. With Selfcare you can select and remove TG91 but it pops straight back with the next over.
With every option in the manager I have tried, same result.
Is there a way to drop TG91 in this manager while a QSO is ongoing?

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Re: BM Manager - reset

Post by AF6VN » Thu Mar 19, 2020 5:38 pm

Not easily -- for Brandmeister hotspots (not repeaters), the last used (Tx from you) talk group gets flagged as a pseudo-static group; it doesn't time out, and likely is not removed by the "drop all dynamic".

You probably have to activate the "drop" commands, and hope to PTT on a different talk group before any traffic comes in again.

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Re: BM Manager - reset

Post by f1rmb » Wed Apr 08, 2020 7:18 pm


To disengage the dynamic linkage, just send a TG4000 (yes, TG not PC) from you transceiver. After that, once the voice announce you're not connected, reconnect your desired reflector or another TG.


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Re: BM Manager - reset

Post by YT5HOK » Thu Apr 09, 2020 6:50 pm

Why is my post removed? :?

So, here it goes again:
It Is easy. There are three option:

1. on Pi-Star admin dashboard (your screenshot) type 91 in Static Talkgroup, select TS2 under Slot, select Delete under Add/Remove and click Modify Static button under Action;

2. login to, go to My HotSpots on the left side panel, select hotspot, scroll down, under Static Talkgroups select undesirable TG and click on left arrow button on the left of active TGs box;

3. open BM device manager (for Android, available at Play Store), click on Refresh button, right under it is a Select dongle drop-down menu where you select your hotspot, then scroll all the way down, select undesirable TG and click on Delete button.

That's it.

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