Whether you have purchased the Juentai JT-6188, QYT KT-8900, or Zastone MP300 radios, you have the same radio. This video shows how to program these radios. The radios themselves are the same, with only the branded names on the front changed.
Programming channels and repeater offsets on this radio is no different than any other modern radio you’ve seen. But saving those repeater offsets into memory proved to be somewhat of a challenge. My Episode 5 video showed an unboxing of this radio when it was first released, and I have had more hits on that video than any other video, save Episode 1, to date. Lots of people are trying this radio and liking it. And why not? It is only about $100 for a mini-mobile, dualband radio. You can get them straight from China, off of Amazon or other sites, for a bit cheaper, but just be aware that if you have to send the radio back to China for repair or replacement, they are going to charge you for shipping both ways. If you purchase from a US-dealer such as myself, you won’t have to worry about warranty issues. But wherever you choose to obtain the radio, this programming video should prove helpful.