so its eversome!!! So, if it isn't working for you, check out the TP Link routers. PagesAbout Blogroll WordPress.com WordPress.org Categories: Uncategorized Search: Archives: February 2010 Meta: Register Log in RSS Comments RSS XFN WordPress.com Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com. Apple may provide or recommend responses as a possible solution based on the information provided; every potential issue may involve several factors not detailed in the conversations captured in an electronic this contact form
Your personal stuffs excellent. First, Mobile Partner Software which can be found here and the driver itself which you can download it from here. So we right click on this and select “Show Package Contents” again. I plugged e169 in and followed your install process. http://henriksjokvist.net/archive/2009/9/getting-a-huawei-e220-3g-modem-to-work-under-snow-leopard/
Now I have a MacBook Air running Mavericks and an E393u-12 dongle (for the last 18 months) I have downloaded drivers from all suggested sites and tried to install them. Wouter says: May 11, 2012 at 12:08 am Hi there, If I by accident clicked and installed the first driver in the list, is there a way of uninstalling? youlekor March 31, 2013 at 6:00 PM This file is either removed due to copyright claim or is deleted by the uploader. Who ever made this page Thankyou ..100% works …whoooop no more airport… although aiport is good if you want to down load loads of things without restrictions..on usage as dongles have
Well, last night I decided that it would be a great idea to upgrade my Mac from Snow Leopard to Lion. Comment by K Fayerty -- January 15, 2013 @ 7:24 pm | Reply how do you find your APN?? Thanks. Open up Terminal.2.
The drivers that were in the device seems only to work with 10.4 and 10.5 versions of OS X. In my many searches for a Mac OS X Lion compatible driver, I managed to find the following from mobile provider “3” in UK. How to get it displayed in preferences? Thanks for your previous fast reply Designed.
Thanks to to them, and thanks to Google who helped me to find them Now, to make it work, you just need to download these 2 files. Quanto descritto finora è stato personalmente verificato su Snow Leopard (OSX 10.6). Select the HUAWEI Mobile from the interface list and then give your Service a name: 6. Hana Abriyansyah January 4, 2010 at 5:19 PM hahha, that's the best solution available for me at this moment thou jangaro December 23, 2009 at 9:38 AM MacBook using Huawei
Simply used dashboard utility from the link and unzipped the package as described and pointed the dashboard installer to the ‘Mobile connect' app. weblink LeventSeptember 18th, 2014 8:30 pm I wanna call you St. The 'connect' button is greyed out so I dont even get a chance to press it before the error message comes up. So please help me to solve this problem because I really love the look of this Q110.
Kevin D User #314281 2 posts aussielozzie Forum Regular reference: whrl.pl/Rb1MPt posted 2009-Oct-3, 8:53 am AEST edited 2009-Oct-4, 8:09 pm AEST ref: whrl.pl/Rb1MPt posted 2009-Oct-3, 8:53 am AEST (edited2009-Oct-4, 8:09 I used the older version before and now I can use the newer one. Could we please get any feedback from Members who have attempted this fix? navigate here However, if I pull out the dongle and insert it again in a usb port, the notebook immediately shut down.
I am in Jordan and can't connect. That way I don't need Mobile Connect to enter it. If I used OSX to connect it would drop out within a few mins, however using Mobile Partner it works perfectly :).
I also tried to us it as it's but even i failed to install browser like "mozila, opera". I can't seem to install the second one. Now if you’re like me, everything is setup already – you just need the driver. This works for E169 Virgin Broadband too.
This opens up a view with only “Contents” listed, foiled? all ok. you're done, you don't even have to restart. 5 Comments Posted in Blog, Technology Tags: 64-Bit, Driver, E220, Huawei, Snow Leopard Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. his comment is here you have sorted my problem with the above solution.
SudiptoDecember 6th, 2016 1:06 am Anyone knows if 10.12 compatible drivers are available anywhere ? Cheers, RadoakJuly 10th, 2015 5:44 am You are the Boss. Does any of this sound right? When I've lost all the hope of getting the modem working, I found out that huawei had another site where they host the device drivers, at huaweidevice.com, which I wasn't aware of
I recommend enabling the Show modem status in menu bar option for easy access. Ora aprite le "Preferenze di sistema", poi "Network". Faithfull Smith.. JeroenDecember 7th, 2016 7:48 am Cannot find drivers for Huawei E160E usb-dongle working under MacOS 10.12 😉 Anyone more successful?
Jumo says: January 28, 2013 at 2:48 am Morocco - http://www.iamgprs2.ma Chris Bedford says: September 9, 2013 at 6:57 pm About to try this out with Mountain Lion - hope the My Academic PublicationsBuilding a distributed authenticating CDNDesigning effective mobile web presenceFive examples of web-services for illustrating requirements for security architectureIntegrating mobile into existing applicationsAccess control in semantic information systemsThere and back restart. If i download it, there is no any way to install it.
The ISP is Zain. Pretty simple and it's working! download the Mobile Connect driver from http://www.huaweidevice.com/resource/mini/200910149695/testmobile1014/index.html (Note: I used the version 4.16.00.00) 2. I stuck my SIM card in a mobile phone and disabled the PIN.
Dopo un po' di ricerche ho trovato CheetahWatch dell'ottimo Patrick Quinn-Graham. SmithAugust 5th, 2014 3:58 pm I need help from you. You can not post a blank message. It needs to be done before the install of SW..
However, I am not sure why when I try to use my Microsoft Outlook the modem is not strong enough to let me use this email but if it was the Thanks so much for helping me. User #133091 362 posts Bob George Forum Regular reference: whrl.pl/Rb1GR3 posted 2009-Oct-1, 3:33 pm AEST ref: whrl.pl/Rb1GR3 posted 2009-Oct-1, 3:33 pm AEST Kevin D writes...