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To use Tata DoCoMo 3G on Ubuntu OS, find the step below. Read them carefully before you take the step and do not miss the step mentioned herein. You try to connect Tata DoCoMo 3G stick and boot up Ubuntu / system. You may choose network connections and click on the 'New Mobile Broadband Connection' Select 'continue' in the dialog box and select "India" as ...
Switch to SU mode, plug-in your modem Step 1 : type $ lsusb in terminal and note down the product id and vendors id mine was Bus 002 Device 012: ID 2001:7d0b D-Link Corp. here product id is 2001 and vendors id is a403 Step 2 : type $ /dev/sr press tab twice. The last one is your modem. mine was sr1 Step 3 : type $ mkdir /media/cdrom for creating ...
The above response by @SriramKannan works perfectly. It did work after I restarted Ubuntu. In a terminal, sudo gedit /etc/rc.local Now add this line above exit 0 (while :; do nmcli -t nm wwan on; sleep 1; done)& Save the file and exit.
I tried this method for my BSNL EVDO (PRITHIVI UE100): First connect the device to your laptop/PC. Run the command ls /dev/tty* There should be a device ls /dev/ttyACM0 (or a name similar to that) To verify, remove the device and run ls /dev/tty* again to check that device has vanished :) Now you need a nifty program called 'wvdial' install it using ...
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