Download Radio ID apk 1.0 free for Android smartphone

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Radio ID

Posted by Matthew Kaufman in Tools | Feb. 10, 2014 | 19 Comments

Apk file size: 310.0 KB

Identify two-way radio transmissions made using Motorola MDC-1200, GE STAR, or Kenwood FleetSync radio identifier formats. Also decodes QuickCall II tone paging. (All formats trademarks of their respective owners).


Invaluable tool for the two-way radio technician and a helpful utility for the serious scanner listener.

Matthew Kaufman part of our Tools and have average installs from 500 to 1000. Last Update Feb. 10, 2014. Google play rating is 84.7826. Current verison is 1.0. Actual size 310.0 KB.

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19 Comments

Theron Becker

QCII but not MDC After installing, this program does QCII surprisingly well. But I couldn't get it to recognize MDC at all.

Orion Osiris

Meh... It only works if the immediate environment is quiet while I listen to my handhelds, if I turn on my fan or TV ? it won't register anything whatsoever, even if my fan is far away, and it's an ultra silent fan. And if my TV ? is any higher than 7, which believe me is seriously low ?. Even when a vehicle drives past at the same time as a call on my handhelds it will mess it up. So, like I said - Meh.... ?

Adam Faulkner

Nice app... I'd pay another buck or 2 if you add in ANI and MSK that is transmitted from these new cheap Chinese radios (Wouxun, Baofeng, etc.)

Steve Castellano

Excellent! Many thank! Just one thing would make this better What are the chances of getting a blank database added in with the software having the ability to pull from the database as an alias table. This way we could enter the id's into the database and have the software reverse alias them... I love your app and the windows software you have done. An alias table would make this absolutely perfect though. Thanks again for all the hard work.

Tim Gore

Works very well. I have been searching for something to decode unit IDs for a while now. This app is amazing and works exactly as advertised.

John W. Springman III

Worked Worked perfect on my Droid Maxx. Would be cool to be able to add names to the things decoded. Would like to see other decoders also like PL tone DCS etc.

Jonathan kriegh

Wow Works great any way we can store custom names for specified tones to identify our locals ?

Jason Low

If this app can pull MDC1200 and FleetSync out of the air (just using speaker output of a scanner to mic input on a phone), it makes you wonder why scanner manufacturers don't include the feature in their radios.

Rick Wheeler

It works Works on my s3 first try this will be very useful for when I'm using my yaesu mobile so I can still see the ID's during my local SkyWarn nets. Edit: It really needs a better icon though.

Jay Hughes

Love this! I absolutely love this app! The only thing I wish it had was a way of storing IDs and tones so when an ID I've stored comes up it will show an alias instead of the raw ID.

Gavin S.

Good, but not great Has several issues decoding GE STAR, decodes MDC and fleetsync fine, but no success with GE STAR, needs improvement.

Lee Jones

Radio ID rocks Excellent little to play around with.

Scott Talbot

Ham Tech Love the app. Would like to see the ability to store info about a certain I'd or QCII tone.

Jonathan Jones

Great app Works great, is there a way to add Plectron tones to decode along with the quikcall? It will decode now but shows the wrong frequency

Michael Pasillas

Works great for Motorola QC II Works great. Decoded all of my counties QC II codes using this app. Saved a bunch of guess work.

Jim Bowers

NoDC1200 Doesn't work well at all. Conditions have to be perfect and that almost never happens. Needs a filter put in to mute out of band noise.

Jason Webb

Works as Described Program definitely works well

Israel Yusupov

Works perfectly!!

Orion Osiris

Meh... It only works if the immediate environment is quiet while I listen to my handhelds, if I turn on my fan or TV ? it won't register anything whatsoever, even if my fan is far away, and it's an ultra silent fan. And if my TV ? is any higher than 7, which believe me is seriously low ?. Even when a vehicle drives past at the same time as a call on my handhelds it will mess it up. So, like I said - Meh.... ?

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