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Kindly send me the driver for Vodafone USB dongle K3570-z or any other necessary steps for installing Vodafone USB dongle K3570-z for eduubuntu.

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What OS are you using? – Mitch Jun 5 '12 at 5:42
"Kindly send me the driver" We cannot upload files on this website. – hexafraction Jul 10 '12 at 18:40

I hope your problem is solved by now. I have just bought a Vodafone USB Stick K3773 and after a bit of fiddling managed to install it under Kubunbtu 12.04:

  1. mount the USB stick (e.g., this can be done by clicking on the USB device notifier and opening the Vodafone by Doplhin)

    1. copy the contents of the linux_mbb directory into a temporary directory of yours (anywhere is fine), for instance

xian$ mkdir QuickStart;cp /media/QuickStart\ 3.7/linux_mbb_install/* QuickStart/.

  1. get to this directory and change the right for the install file:

    xian$ cd QuickStart; chmod +x install

  2. run install as root:

    xian$ ./install

  3. accept to remove the install file from the USB stick when asked if so.

The connection is then recognized as wired connection 2 on my network at each new connection (and the USB stick is not mounted any longer).

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