For internet, I use MTS Mblaze CDMA USB modem. It was working fine till last week. But now it shows " Connecting " and not getting connected. The process repeats infinitely. At start, it begin with " mobile broadband not enabled " and when I enable mobile broadband, it shows " not enabled " connecting ...
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.
I have a Dell studio 1558 laptop. I have installed Ubuntu 10.10 in my laptop. Previously, i have installed 10.04 version. The mobile broadband was working properly in Ubuntu 10.04, but once I installed the new 10.10 version, the mobile broadband is not working.
When I connect my mobile phone, it is detected, and I can create a new connection.
I am using Ubuntu 11.04 and mobile GSM universal modem for Internet connection in my acer netbook (without cdrom). The connection is established but I am unable to browse the Internet and download updates. Can any one help?
Hi everyone,I am trying to install Arch, but I need an internet connection.To connect to the internet, I need to get my USB Mobile Broadband working.But, unfortunately, while wvdial seems to successfully connect to my Mobile Broadband (according to terminal output anyway), it acts as if it is not connected.Pinging fails and indicates no internet connection.
!) After upgrading from 10.04 to 11.10, Ubuntu ceased to recognize my mobile broadband USB device (it does recognize it has some USB thing connected, but not that it's a mobile device). My first step was contacting Alcatel (as this is an Alcatel OT X220 model).