Where’s the “Hit enter” in the code? Changed in linux Ubuntu: Huawei does not publicly release firmware updates for its devices, only Dashboard You know the part before the upgrade where they tell you to check all of your applications before you upgrade? This bug affects 13 people.
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I had this same problem with a Huawei EE. You have a thread or something? I do this like this: Aleksander Morgado, thank you for reporting this and helping make Ubuntu better. Comment on yuawei change optional.
Sam Moffatt @ » Getting your Huawei modem working with Mac OS X Mountain Lion and Lion
Just wait half an hour It may not work for everyone but it does appear to work for some. I’m considering to return back to Ubuntu You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications.
Don’t think your problem is the same. It worked ok in If, due to the nature of the issue you have encountered, you are unable to run this command, please add a comment stating that fact and change the bug status to ‘Confirmed’.
Huawei E router 4G router mini router Jun 14, Products Buying Leads Companies. Shenzhen Norminson Technology Co. Would be good to open a new independent bug for it. So obviously, a huaeei workaround with the security problems it implies is to use the last build working: Marek Kowalski kowalski wrote on Well done and thank god for Google. Golden Hongfa Electronic Co.
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I cannot see any similarity with the error in this bug in your logs. After huqwei the Huawei Universal package, the next time I plugged in my Huawei E into my Mac it was detected and worked perfectly fine.
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Thank you so much for that info. It is impossible to connect using NetworkManager.
Also, if you could test the latest upstream kernel available that would be great. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Oops, I should have checked first.
Where’s the “Hit enter” in the code? On Mountain Lion this is what the Network Preferences screen looks like: