How to Manually Enter Frequencies into a Uniden HomePatrol Police Scanner

Although most people know that a Uniden HomePatrol will scan for frequencies around your area the first time you turn on your device and set it up, not too many people realize that you can also manually set it up to manually schedule just one frequency to be played at a time. If you don't understand how this can be done, this article is here to help you, so the device is more in-tune with your lifestyle.

Steps

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    Turn on the Uniden HomePatrol device.
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    Tap the Menu button, to bring yourself to the main menu.
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    Tap the Advanced Menu option.
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    Tap the Quick Frequency Entry option.
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    Tap in the numbers of the frequency you would like to enter into the device.
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    Press the Accept button on the device when finished entering.

Tips

  • When you initially turn the device on the first time, the device will ask for your location. You can either enter your zip code, or you may connect your device to a GPS system or enter your exact location in numeric numbers. This may pull up an infinite amount of stations, and may therefore, take a long time to initially set up. Be careful.
  • According to the Uniden HomePatrol product specifications page, the amount of spaces available to store the frequencies is nearly infinite. So go ahead and store whatever pieces you'll need to keep on the device.
  • Entries that are being entered into the HomePatrol through the Quick Frequency method, aren't being stored into the device [1], and the moment you try to save another frequency, the previous entered frequency is removed from the device [2].

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