Hello, is it possible to use Android with 3G broadband. I have a dongle for 3 network. It seems it can run on Windows but not sure if an Andoid with an usb port could take it.
I recently installed Linux Mint 14 Cinnamon 64-bit along with Windows 7. I have a MTS Mblaze 3G USB dongle. This dongle has 2 modes i.e., 1X mode which gives less speed up—to 30 kbp/s and a broadband mode which gives more speed—up to or greater than 500 kbp/s.
In Win 7, this dongle works fine in broadband mode.
It seems that every time an Android-based dongle (mini-computer) is released or announced, the price drops lower. And that is a good thing. Very good actually. You probably already read about the HDMI Dongle and the ANDHDM2s. The latest to be announced is the iPPea TV, an Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) based dongle from [...]
This guide explains how to install a broadband wireless dongle on Linux.
It lists the main problems users usually find when trying to install the dongle on a Linux OS, and provides possible solutions.
I have seen many posts about users trying to install their broadband internet and getting stuck at the same problem, or just asking how to install their specific version of their dongle, without ha
Hi, I have a laptop dual booting Windows 7 & Ubuntu 10.04. If I boot straight into Linux & try to connect with the USB dongle, it's not there in Network Manager, however if I first boot into Windows, connect the dongle then disconnect & shutdown to reboot into Linux, the dongle is instantly recognised & works no problem.
I have been using Ubuntu 13.04 since last two months and I have problem mounting my USB dongle. I have Lenovo G-580 series laptop. It has 3 USB ports which are 3.0. When I attach dongle to one of the three USB ports the device gets mounted immediately but in the other two ports I have to reboot the OS while the dongle is attached to the laptop in order to mount it and connect to the internet.
I have looked in previous mobile broadband threads but have been unable to find one that deals with my specific problem. Others have at least managed to get #! to talk to the dongle even if the connection fails. I am trying to get my Orange mobile broadband to work with #! 08.10.01. I added Orange (pay monthly) from the dropdown box in network manager/edit connections.
Always Innovating announced a tiny open source, IP set-top box (STB) that runs Android 4.0 on a Texas Instruments OMAP4 processor clocked as high as 1.8GHz. The HDMI Dongle plugs directly into a TV's HDMI port, and provides up to 1GB of RAM, a microSD slot, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a remote control that offers NFC, accelerometers, and voice control....