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I own a 3G USB adapter (DIGISOL DG-BA3370). When I plug it in, the green led lights up, but I cannot use it.

It works fine in Windows XP. Being a Ubuntu fan, want to use the same here.

Kindly let me know the setup/configuration/work around to use the same on Ubuntu.

I have TATA Docomo 3G GSM sim used in the that device.

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what have you tried so far? plug'n'play does not work? network manager detects 3g-modems automatically. if it does not, you should provide more information. –  vertoe Jan 27 '13 at 17:26
    
One idea: some 3G sticks come with "dual mode" - they act like a CD when starting - I need to issue eject sr1 every time I plug it in - type tailf /var/log/syslog to watch what happens. –  guntbert Jan 27 '13 at 21:33
    
Ubuntu 12.10 ...Dongle is detected 3g modem mass storage (2.31)...Please let me know if further info is required. –  Padmaraj Feb 19 '13 at 17:42
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