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I use MDMA in windows to connect my GSM modem. I connect it in GPRS signal. Then I changed the signal to 3G without disconnecting the internet connection. Is there any application that can do like the description above? Thanx before ;D

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We don't know what MDMA is or does. Do you require to change from GPRS to 3G manually? Or is it sufficient to use 3G whenever available? – Jan Feb 10 '12 at 23:24

You should be able to just plug it in and use it. It's a networking thing, so you'll click the network icon and configure mobile broadband from there. You don't need a special application in order to use a mobile broadband connection in Ubuntu.

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