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I finally found a way to do it i copied the whole Linux folder inside the modem to my home folder and i made the installation scripts executable and ran them from the command line, after this i got a nice gui which i could use to check my data usage just the way it used to be on windows.


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I think you have unmatched quotations, and Ubuntu is awaiting the closure. I see that the closing quotation is different. If you just copy pasted that might explain why.


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You can do this using NetworkManager: Deactivate : nmcli con down id "connection name" Re-activate : nmcli con up id "connection name"


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The rules for the initial codes must be like this: Huawei E3272 ATTR{idVendor}=="12d1", ATTR{idProduct}=="14fe", RUN +="usb_modeswitch... See the usb_modeswitc_data package for details. The latest version for 14.04 contains rules for this modem. You may update it, it has no dependences.



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