I was looking for dealers to help get me setup with Motorola’s programming software so I could program some Motorola cp200d’s myself. I stumbled upon North Georgia Communications. The President of the company replied fast requesting more information, I called and got more information from him including directions on how to pay. Just a heads up, you are not paying him for the software, you’re paying for instructions on how to obtain the software. The President of the company Ken is pretty full of himself, but does supply some good information. What my $103 got me was a copy of cps 2.0 and instructions on how to get an account to activate it. More or less you are paying him for his expertise on how to obtain it and operate it to program your radios if you aren’t good at reading documentation. tl;dr no dealers can sell Motorola software it must be purchased from the official Motorola shop online. This is not disclosed before the purchase, they waited to tell that tidbit till after.
for the old classic platforms collection of bios files http://www.wagex.info/cpbios/ i managed to download these before they closed the site for good and have been sharing them with fellow overclockers for a while now.