Apr 29, 2011

Connecting 3G USB modem on Ubuntu

Hi friends, I have a micromax 352 3G usb modem and I m using it with ubuntu 10.04(LTS). I am writing here 'How to use USB DATA CARD/MODEM on Ubuntu'. It is very easy to use and works with other 3G usb modems. I hope that it will be helpful for you guys.


Step by Step Guide to use USB Modem on Ubuntu

  1. Download Sakis3G Script : click here to download
  2. Now go to Downloaded file, extract it and make it executable : click on file and go to permission tab and mark allow execute file as program
  3. Now double click on file (sagks3G) and select : Run or Run in Terminal    
  4. Select Connect with 3G



    [After running 3G file, it is also possible that you will see another window asking you for select a device from menu.Select usb device.]
  5. Select your APN or click on Custom APN And Enter your APN


  6. After this step prompt windows'll appear and ask for Username & password. So enter anything (abc etc.). After few moment a message will be prompt to say you are connected. Click on connection information to see details.


    DONE!!!! & HAPPY INTERNETing!!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

thanks bro............
works great...

Anonymous said...

Modem refused to register operator "40490" (currently registered to "+COPS: 1").

Anonymous said...

Modem refused to register operator "40466" (currently registered to "40466").

dayanidhi said...

Great Job, dear.... I got it finally.....

prakhar said...

Dear me, my system hangs when I use this script :( why so and what I should do...

SHAGA said...

i have updated link for newer version of script. try it if older one is not working.

Anonymous said...

Unable to open that website

Shakti Gaurav said...

try this link to download Sakis3G script https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/14796920/sakis3g.gz

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