I have a new MTS MBlaze Broadband modem USB and it is not getting detected in my Ubuntu 10. 04. It is getting detected as an USB but not as MODEM as result I am not able to create a MOBILE BROADBAND connection
How to use MTS MBlaze modem on Ubuntu?
There two ways to setup MBlaze USB Modem in Ubuntu:
Using recommended driver software
The modem itself contains the driver software for both RPM and DEB based GNULinux distros, Mac OS and Windows. From these, we Ubuntu users, have to install
For Non-advanced users
If you are not familiar with executing commands in terminal or do not want to spend your valuable time, simply download the package provided below which we had re-built ourselves.
And install this after connecting the modem. It will work for sure because we are using it right now.
For Advanced users
You may now find a new
And remember, you can also use this package for any other Ubuntu based distros.
Without any driver software
MTS MBlaze USB Modem also can be used without installing driver software since latest version of Ubuntu (or any other GNULinux distro) support this modem by default. It should be at least 10.04 or greater version of Ubuntu.
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It's very easy to connect in ubuntu 11.04
Permanent solutions is going to be usb-modswitch if U r only using MTS or Reliance. If U go for GSM modems like Docomo, Vodafone or Airtel then U may face problem with modswitching. The U need to remove mod switch. So its going to be little tricky. I am in search for a permanent solution for both issues. Will post here if I get it resolved.
Have you tried ejecting the modem? Do not unmount. Simply eject the USB mode which will result in the modem be recognized as a modem. Then it will be available as an internet connection in your favorite Network Manager.
The setup then will be achieved by simply clicking on the connection and following easy setup process.
This worked for me in the Huawei Modems listed here: How do i configure huawei usb modem
Give ejecting a try and please inform.
This solution will work for EC-156 devices (tested on MTS and Tata Photon).
Please ensure that you have installed the following packages
Connect the device and see whether it is detected automatically in the network manager if not do the following things. .Open the terminal .Type
A new window will be opened for root .Go to filesystems ----/etc/usb_modeswitch.d .Create a new config file named 12d1:1505 .Cut and Paste the following
Save the file.
Go to terminal.
Go to the path by the code
.Type the command
It may connect automatically...
Just wait for one minute.
The default network manager may detect your device and follow the instructions by it mark it to connect automatically in the mobile broadband edit options. If not open your network mannager go to manage connection open the mobile broadband and add a new connection if it detects installed CDMA device or Huawei EC156 follow the instruction given by the network manager mark it to connect automatically in the mobile broadband edit options
Reboot your system and see it is connected automatically. If not you have to type the two codes mentioned above all the times when you connect your device. It will be very diffficult to type the codes all the time....so go for the following steps to run that commands automattically
STEPS Script to run the modeswitch command in boot steps
Open the launcher..... enter the password if required
You can change your icon in the properties of the new launcher file
Connect your device when ever required and click the new icon on the desktop Hit the password..... enjoy...
Below post helps to steup MTSMblaze modem in ubuntu.....
When your modem gets detected, add a new mobile broadband connection. Username: internet@firstname.lastname@example.org Password: 777 Number: #777
I did this and it works Good Luck!