Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Micromax 3G sticks in Ubuntu (Debian based distro)!!

MICROMAX 310G USB stick in Ubuntu 9.10

Recently tried to use  Micromac310G with my installed BackTrack4 R2 (Ubuntu based distro). But the distro detects it as a CD-ROM.
Read a lot of forums and googled the problem and it came to my knowledge that Ubuntu 10.10 supports these Modems. So , I had one option of updating my whole distro. But I decided to follow it on my current distro and i came across a nice blog which explains most of the process which requires a bit patience and requires basic Linux knowledge. Link is  here

Or for Ubuntu 10.04 and newer version can just try the sakis3g script which can be found here.
After downloading the script execute it with root privileges

root#./sakis3g  --interactive "verbose"

and then  the process is pretty explanatory.

P. S. :: sakis3g script requires usb_modeswitch, so if your Ubuntu doesn't have it   then go for the Full version of sakis3g script. Otherwise Binary free version works fine with already installed usb_modeswitch.

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