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I just searched the entire source repository for Ubuntu Touch for "AMR" and there is nothing in there that suggests AMR-WB is used, so the simple answer to your question is: No. Sorry to be the harbinger of bad news…


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I found a solution by myself!! Betavine Connection Manager can manage messages! That's it. Also try, KMobileTools, Vodafone Connection Manager!


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The point was to choose PC suite mode on the phone instead of IP passthrough mode. It works well now.


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Since you mentioned RJ11 this likely means you have a standard modem in your computer, this usually means that you need a softphone sometimes called a telephony application that uses the modem to accept and initiate calls using PSTN. If you can find any such application for Ubuntu that you can install and run properly, what you ask may work, I do not know ...


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This happened due to bugs(or bug) in the ModemManager 0.6.0.0 which shipped with Ubuntu 12.10. You can remove this modem manager version and downgrade in to 0.5.2. To check modem manager version : dpkg -s modemmanager download 0.5.2 version : link 64 --- i386


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INTEX 3.5g 7.2 Mbps (aka 普创E003) Wireless Modem Driver Download: intex35g-modem.deb If you're having problems with the above driver, try an old version of the same driver which uses eject instead of usb-modeswitch. Download it here: intex35g-modem v0.5.deb These deb packages were built and tested on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. As these packages contain no ...


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Option 1 Notice on your network connection when you plugged your usb modem. Just wait more seconds to see something like this: click on CDMA and follow the configuration steps. Opetion 2 Install Gnome-ppp sudo apt-get install gnome-ppp Click on setup and then detect. If it's detects your stick, the dialog box will disappear. if not, it will ...


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It may be a bit late now, yet I was unable to connect using iBall 3.5g v2.0 on my Ubuntu 12.04. All the guides available online were not useful. Edit: First the BashScript I'm using to connect my iBall3.5G #!/bin/bash set -x usb_modeswitch -W -n -I -v 05c6 -p f000 -V 05c6 -P 0016 -M 55534243e0793c88000000000000061b000000020000000000000000000000 > ...


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Loading the ofono package did good, probably, but apparently your modem model, ZTE MF193E, is not on the ZTE list. Comparing it to other ZTE modems, eg MF190J, this modem is likely to need the same special udev rule, to run usb_modeswitch when the dongle is inserted, and to achieve that you may, as root, add a new udev rule to the file ...


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For Ubuntu 10.04 (skip this step for Ubuntu 10.10): install usb-modeswitch and follow the below steps. Right Click on the NetworkManager icon from the panel notification area > Edit Connections. Mobile Broadband > Add. You will get a New Mobile Broadband Connection Dialog. (Reliance-Huawei is autodetected) Forward > Country List: India ...


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There are few discussions with respect to this but they all seem to stop in 2006. The most recent post I have found is: http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=111225 But again this one is from 2006. Can I ask why not just use VOIP?


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You can simply stop the Network Manger and everything will run great including Ubuntu Software Center! stop it by run this commend in the terminal: sudo stop network-manager you can bring it back by restart your computer or simply run this: sudo start network-manager


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Internet Connection Setup in Ubuntu (Wired) Before I go into this detailed technical babble, I want to go over a basic check list for connectivity to the Internet. Cable/DSL modem is powered on and is authenticated with your ISP (meaning, the “Cable” or “DSL” light on the front is on solid, and you have a good connection to your ISP). Your cable modem is ...


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I have a Huawei E1780 which also creates /dev/ttyUSB0 , /dev/ttyUSB1 and /dev/ttyUSB2 gsm-ussd --device /dev/ttyUSB2 --no-cleartext '*100#' works for me. You can also add --debug maybe that helps finding the problem.


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The procedure to do this thing is fairly same for Ubuntu 11.10 and Ubuntu 12.04. Here's how: Click on Bluetooth icon on the panel, and Set up New Device Switch on your mobile Bluetooth and make sure it's visible. Now select your mobile phone from Ubuntu options to pair it up with your Ubuntu. It might show some codes, just do what it says and go ...


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You can use cu. $ sudo apt-get install cu You can connect to your modem with: $ cu -l ttyACM0 (with: ttyACM0 being the device /dev/ttyACM0) You should get a response: connected At this point you can use any of the standard AT commands such as to test dialing: ATDT 123-456-7890 You should have your userid set to the group dialout for permission to ...


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From the PDA-Net website: Since this is just a regular Bluetooth DUN connection, you have 3 ways to initiate the dialup: You can use the Bluetooth software to connect if available. For some drivers such as the BlueSoleil one, this is the only way you can initiate the connection. You can open network connections panel and launch the ...


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I have to give thanks to @inhuman4 from the USB_ModeSwitch forums for figuring this one out. Basically, the modem acts like a USB key until a certain code is sent to it. This code is device specific and Ubuntu uses usb_modeswitch to switch the mode on the modem from key to modem. For the time being to add support for Rogers Nokia CS-18 rocketstick users ...


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There is a compile-it-yourself option. See here. Download the tar and then follow METHOD C on the installation instructions. Following your comment, I decided to try building it. It went fine. Here's what I did: Download and extract the tar for the right arch. cd into the new directory and then sudo make debprecomp Assuming everything worked, there ...


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If the DSL modem is not immediately recognize as an Ethernet interface when you plug it in (or when it's started an initialized and all), there's not much you will be able to do. This will probably require extra work to have a kernel driver support the modem since there is no ethernet interface exported and not serial device. With no serial device (like ...


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Vodafone used to offer an application for linux itself, i never used it so i don't know the exact functionality. Right now the site seems to be down for maintenance but you should be able to reach it again in a few hours i guess: http://www.vodafonebetavine.net/web/linux_drivers Edit: Found a link with description and pictures it definitely supports SMS ...


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About 1 : I am also on Dell Inspiron and using 11.04 with the same wireless adapter. I didn't need to install anything to get the wireless connection going. The only important part is to setup the connection from the Networking icon on the panel at the top (11.04). When you click it the Edit connection appears. Under Wireless settings you might have to ...


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Using the Blackberry as a modem device through a computer with Ubuntu can be achieved with a few simple steps: Open the terminal from your menu or using the keyboard shortcut: Ctrl + Alt + T, and then type: Download and install dependencies sudo apt-get install python libusb-dev ppp python-usb sudo apt-get install python libusb-dev ppp python-usb ...


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Try usb_modeswitch. You can install it with apt-get: sudo apt-get install usb-modeswitch So plug out your modem. Install usb_modeswitch and then plug in your modem. Hopefully it will work. But if it doesn't try rebooting your machine. More than a year ago I used it for my ZTE 3G modem and it worked perfectly. I did a write up about how I used my 3G modem ...


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Take a look at this answer: How do I set up an MTS MBlaze modem? Placed here for your convenience. 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 ...


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When you connect using ubuntu network manager aplet i think it's automaticaly switch form 3G to Edge eventhough network will be disconnected for a while. if you want such us standalone network manager like sierra wireless watcher or huawei mobile partner you can use application named UMTSMON, you can monitor the signal, choose the network type, even send ...


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I believe the problem you're having is because the Huawei K3765 uses USB "mode-switching" to tell the dongle to stop being a CD drive (where the windows drivers are) and to just be a 3G modem. If I'm right, just install the usb modeswitching program and it should work automatically: sudo apt-get install usb-modeswitch Now unplug the modem and plug it ...


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Don't know if you got your answer, but I got a couple of these devices (was some time ago, do not remember makes/models) working OK in 11.10 and 12.04 via a script called Sakis3G. Sakis3G knows how to switch dongles' modes (mass storeage to modem). You can read about and get it here. It takes care of most dongles by itself (no config needed), has a nice ...


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You are confusing what Wine is for, you cannot install drivers from Windows in to you Linux system with Wine. Support for software modems in Linux is a bit limited and it will be hard to make this "just work". Wimax comes with an incompatible license and the default Network Manager support is disabled. You can compile your own version of network-manager ...



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