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Jan 20, 2011

I'm trying to make a Huawei K3715 HSDPA modem work in Ubuntu 10.04.1. I plug it in, and it loads two mass storage devices (one CDRom containing the Windows software, and one 2GB drive that appears empty), but I don't really know where to go from here.

Note that I replaced the stock network manager with Wicd, as I find it more reliable in picking up wifi connections. I'm not sure if it's suitable for connecting the HSPA modem though.

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Jan 17, 2011

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To isolate the service provider end, I use the same SIM on a PROLINK HSDPA USB Modem and it works fine. Also I use a different SIM from another service provider in this device and the issue still exists.

I am on Kubuntu 10.10 with all the updates to date. Should I report a bug?

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I have a weird problem on my laptop. Everything works okey on PC though.

I'm using kNetworkManager on my OpenSuse 11.2 on PC.

Everything works fine there with the following settings:
1. Make a new GSM Connection in kNetworkManager and enter settings there
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It works like that on my PC.

I did the same on my laptop. The modem connects fine, but the DNS'es ain't resolved. So skype etc will work, but no pages will open in Firefox for example.

What else should I need to do to make this work?

It's weird it works the SAME way on my PC, but doesn't on my laptop.

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HTML Code:
Feb 8 17:14:01 alberto-laptop kernel: [ 1532.099883] usb-storage: device found at 7
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I got the following error:


Unable to stop drive
Error detaching: helper exited with exit code 1: Detaching device /dev/sr1
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I followed the instructions here ...[url]

But the modem still does not appear in the network manager so i can create a Mobile Broadband connection using this modem.

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Jan 4, 2010

I've been trying to get a USB modem stick to work with Karmic.The modem is the ZTE MF626 HSDPA on a Telstra Next G plan.I've followed all the guides and links on the forums:Have deactivated the CD autorun on the USB stick in XP lsusb is showing "Bus 002 Device 003:ID 19d2:0031 ONDA Communication S.p.A." demsg is showing "usb 2-2: GSM modem (1-port) converter now attached to ttyUSB1"This seems stable as well, ie checking periodically it doesn't seem to be disconnecting By the way,the blue light indicating network communication/modem active lights up after the device has been plugged in for a second or so.

When I go through Network Connections and add a new mobile broadband connection, there is nothing listed in the "Create a connection for this mobile broadband device" drop-down on the first configuration screen - all the guides I've read say that it should be listed here, but none say any debug steps if it doesn't.Some other guides for older versions of Ubuntu and earlier versions of the modem reference a "/usr/share/hal/fdi/information/20thirdparty/20-zte-mf626.fdi"file which I don't have.

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The packaging claims that it is a Huawei E160, but lsusb says different: E220 (12d1:1003).

I've followed various instructions from these forums and the wiki, and it seems to be being recognised as a modem (I can set up an O2 prepaid (UK) connection), but it refuses to connect.

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It worked some month without any problem and then suddenly, didnt work any more. If i plug the device to my laptop (lenovo x61) unter linux now, i still can click to start the mobile broadband, it trys to connect some time, but shows "disonnected" at the end (dont know the exact message in englisch, because i use german language prompts). The same device still works fine with same hardware with windows vista at all 3 usb ports. I deleted the mobile broadband settings couples of times and made a new one, without any effect to the behavior.

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I have Slackware 13+current as of Jan 31, 2010. Except that kernel is I brought yesterday a new Globe Tattoo prepaid kit (a wireless broadband kit -- mobile broadband service here in the Philippines) which uses Huawei E1552 HSDPA USB stick (usb modem).

I understand that they don't natively support linux but from what I've learned, they are the most linux friendly wireless broadband provider. There are few success stories about installing them on Ubuntu, Xandros, Linux Mint and OpenSuSE.

I do searched the net and found: [url]

Which says I need to compile to create a huaweiAktBbo but when run, it says 'dev' failed. (Compile succeed though).

I tried kppp but my Huawei USB stick is detected as USB storage and not as a modem, so i need to use usb_modeswitch.

I grab it from [url] and tried to download the source but it seems that SlackBuilds has not updated yet its link (and the slackbuild package). I tried to make and make install the latest source from [url] but I think I forget that switch-data and conf, anyway I have to re-download again.

Do I need libusb? Or slackware 13 already have it? (I just learn while typing this that I forgot to download the switch-data and the conf file)

Another thing, I found this: [url]

But it says I need the qt compat lib from /extra? Is it this: [url] ?

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Jan 15, 2010

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/dev/ttyUSB0 /dev/ttyUSB1 /dev/ttyUSB2
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The thing is, that by the time I was writing here for a solution, I disconnected the modem, and when I reconnected it I did a ls /dev/ttyU* just to copypaste the info, and Voil! there were just 2 devices, and wvdialconf worked out just fine! I would like to know what I was doing wrong, so I make sure it won't happen again.

Oh, and I forgot to say: I use Ubuntu 8.04

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I recently received my Ubuntu 9.10 CD, Kubuntu 9.10CD and Server Edition. I was recommended to do so by a friend because my computer Running on Windows Vista Home Basic with 512MB RAM has been extremely, unbearably slow for the last month or so I got the CD's yesterday and I ran the Ubuntu CD and everything was fine, I rebooted the Computer and it started up! It was great!! Really quick and responsive and easy to use and i LOVE it's features...

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I've been trying loads of stuff like usb_modeswitch I found on the net but none of it has worked. Here is what ls-usb gives me -


I am unable to get any work done without the net and I will not have access to a wired connection til the new year.

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I have a Huawei E 1550 USB stick modem and I'm trying to consistently get it working with Ubuntu 10.4. Using usb_modeswitch and wvdial I've got the device recognized as both a modem and disk drive and it seems to be working okay. wvdial usually is able to find the modem and connect and I can get online no problem. That's the good part.

However, after some amount of time (sometimes just a few minutes, sometimes hours, but it always eventually happens) the modem stops working and gets into a state where when I run wvdial it keeps looping and failing with:


--> No Carrier! Trying again.
--> Sending: ATDT*99#


Interestingly enough, when it's in this state I am still able to access the modem, and via AT commands am able to see that it has signal, can make phone calls, and can send SMS messages! It just can't seem to dial a data connection. Now, unplugging and plugging the modem back in almost always seems to solve this problem, only for it to fail randomly at some undetermined point in the future.

Why can't I just keep unplugging and replugging the modem, you ask? Because the computers (yes there are currently 9 computers and modems I need this to work on) are being deployed to clinics and offices in rural Africa where they will be locked in a box so they aren't stolen. I have pursued ways to shutdown power to the USB port in order to "fake" a hard pull of the cord in software, but haven't been successful so far. I've also tried reading as much as I can on the NO CARRIER response, but so far it's not turned anything up.

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