I have internet usb modem which can be detected only by Windows XP & Vista. The brand is ZTE AC2726.
How to make Ubuntu/Kubuntu can detect that modem so I can connect to internet?
on 10/28/2009 – Made popular on 10/28/2009
I've a modem (Model : ZTE MF193A), in my modem's manual book I see that the modem support 32 bit ubuntu versions 12.04, 12.10,13.04.
After inserting my modem in my laptop, then minimum 15 minute later I can see my modem as a 'CD-ROM" in my ubuntu 14.04 LTS. Then I have installed the modem driver in my ubuntu. But after rebooting my laptop, ubuntu can't recognize my modem.
I admit I'm a linux novice but I'd like to use it more my problem is that the Disto I like best is Ubuntu and over the last 12 moths I've installed or tried 3 different versions of Ubuntu (13.04, 12.04 and 12.10) but none of them will detect my Vodafone K3571-Z USB modem.
I have Ubuntu 12.04 and a 4G mobile broadband-modem called, ZTE mf880 ltf usb modem. Every time I loose internet-connection, Ubuntu seem to "loose track" of the modem and I have to pull it out and put it back in again, only to wait for Ubuntu to detect it again.
I have Micromax 3G modem, and i inserted it in the USB port, but it is not being detected by Ubuntu 12.04, that i'm using from a Live USB. I tried creating a mobile internet connection, however, eventhough i created it, there is no option to connect. I had previously used 11.10 Ubuntu, and it had automatically detected the datastick modem and asked me to create a connection.