3G Modem support on Android Tablets
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So ... maybe a 3G modem with Android driver support ... cross your fingers.
WiFi (Capable of 3G but only supports specific modems which unfortunately are not available in US as of yet, all modems 3G dongles in US are not supported due to driver issues however we are working on it and will be stocking a compatible 3G modem in future).
Posted 21 June 2011 - 01:31 AM
I have got new Acer Iconia Tab A500 and i want to access the internet using the huawei umg1831 USB data card.
Will someone please let us know how can i install drive and can configure this device.
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Posted 07 October 2011 - 12:56 PM
i have small question;
i have usb sticker option icon 225 from my mobile operator orange;
and i have a tablet - dropad a8i - something like ipad;
there is an android operation system, and i can't install my usb icon 225 on this tablet;
please, have you got drivers to android system ?? where can i find it ? thank you for you answer.
Posted 07 October 2011 - 01:50 PM
1. The Huawei E1750 seems to be the most compatible usb modem(i.e. many firmwares have the driver for this unit)
2. Turn of the USB hard drive support and the SD Card reader. So it functions only as a serial modem.(yes usb is serial)
2.1 you need to run the command "AT ^ U2DIAG = 0 " against the device from with in hyper terminal on winxp. (win 7 and vista does not have hyper terminal)
3. Connect the device to the tablet.
3.1 You may need to rename phone.apk (if it has been renamed, this is usaually done to save battery life)
4. Get an app called apnmanager. Create the APN for your network.
5. get an app called quick settings.
5.1 Turn OFF wifi.
5.2 Turn on 3G. Wait for a while until it connects. YOu might see a 3G icon appear on the screen.
6. Use logcat app to read and errors.
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Posted 25 October 2011 - 10:00 AM
When I plug the USB modem into my tab the modem LED lights RED, after a short time it goes solid BLUE a short time later it changes to FLASHING BLUE (this is the same as when it is used on a Windows PC).
The ROAMING symbol appears in the notification area.
My service suppliers name (T Mobile) appears in Access Point Names.
A short time later I am on line.
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Posted 03 November 2011 - 04:31 AM
Hi Guys,I have a Rockchip APad Android 1.5 and a Haipad Telechip Android 2.1 device. The devices run great but one thing i'm really bothered about is the advertising with 3G support.I know a few things:- It hasn't got a 3G sim slot so that's not gonna work- It should work via USBSo i have 2 3G USB modems a Huwei E220 and E1550. The E220 is very common i would expect it to work.But when i connect my modem, with the _right_ usb slot, it doesn't do anything.Should it give me a message when connecting a 3G modem?I tried adding APN's but no luck, it won't save and has to do something with the device not working.If someone knows something about it, maybe it would be nice to start a thread with supported 3G modems on which devices.Any help would be appreciated.
3G Setup guide, provided by Iball slide tablet, Hope it will be useful for you
Posted 15 November 2011 - 07:44 PM