AnyTone DMR Downloads

If you own an AnyTone DMR Radio, you may find these links handy. After I purchased my AnyTone AT-D878UV (HT) and my Anytone AT-D578UV-Pro, I found that while there are ready-made code plugs out there to find, download and use as a starting point, they all lacked various things.

Since this website already has most of the tools available to compile lists of TalkGroups and DMR Users, it seems like a great idea to make those available for everyone to use (since I need to make them for me anyway).

Download the full DMR User List Here
This is the full user list (data provided by radioid.net), import this as your digital contacts list

Download the full BrandMeister TalkGroup List Here
This is a full list of all available BrandMeister Talkgroups and Reflectors, pre-formatted for easy import into your "TalkGroups" list on your AnyTone Radio. (Data sourced directly from BrandMeister API)

Download the full DMR+ TalkGroup List Here
This is a full list of all available DMR+ Talkgroups and Reflectors, pre-formatted for easy import into your "TalkGroups" list on your AnyTone Radio. (Data sourced directly from DMR+)

Download the full TGIF TalkGroup List Here
This is a full list of all available TGIF Talkgroups, pre-formatted for easy import into your "TalkGroups" list on your AnyTone Radio. (Data sourced directly from TGIF)

Download the UK DMR Repeater List Here
This repeater list is created from www.ukrepeaters.net, and filtered to provide only the DMR enabled repeaters. Use this with the "Roaming Channel" section to provide you a good starting point for setting up your Roaming Zone.

**Note**
These files are generated when you press the link, they are not stored on this server, this means they are never out of date, since the data comes directly from the network(s).

**DMRGateway Overlay Testing**
This is a new concept I am working on, this should download all of the TalkGroup list(s) and arrange them such that they match the new DMRGateway overlay that I am working on (see the forum post here). The idea is that BrandMeister TGs are in their correct place, 1-999999 etc., DMR+ has the "8" prefix, and streatched to 5 digits, finally TGIF is expected to live on DMRGateway slot 4, and has the "4" prefix (and stretched to 7 digits total).
All of the prefixes etc. are not shown on the radio, it looks like you can just magically use any TG from any network without having to figure out where it lives.
I make no appology for the fact that this is complex, it *IS* complex, but this happens to be how I run my setup, so I figure that sharing this might help you, or might give you a new thing to play with.
You can download the whole overlay Here, import this to your "TalkGroups" as before.