And indeed I can connect, getting Mac OS X Category: Report post Message 13 of Maybe this could help. Your best bet is probably to take the hit and upgrade your USB modem to one that actually does support your OS. Hope HUawei have noticed that as well..
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Which OS X version are you using?
Fixed : Huawei Internet Dongle Not Working in El Capitan
Hope that helps somebody! Why have we been charged a weekly digital charge with no number since November Huawei Download de Softwares.
Well, You don’t need any special drivers. Find more about me. However, I assume that this patch will solely work for OS X O well… Let us hope that it will be better after they take a look.
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Any issues with OSX Up to now, I do not have any alternate option. Thanks Kavitha India Reply. But it’s just not very relaible. Cheers Gee Are Reply. Install the modem driver, then connect to the internet from your Mac Network Preferences.
I have tried this out. It does not work with Huawei latest HiLink driver for Mac Did you have any luck?
Oct 4, Oct 9, 4: Download and Install Legacy Java 6 from this link: The internet dongle being used is a Huawei E I took it this summer to a mac and they did changed something on it. Report post Message 5 of And do not install the prompted setup file. Thank you very much. Thanx for effort to help!
Report post Message 9 of Launch Mobile Partner app. What now, because now all that effort is useless, I cannot simply force my iMac with El Capitan Reply Helpful Thread reply – hawei options Link to this Post. Then set up your apps so it can “Allow downloaded apps” from Anywhere.
Huawei internet dongle not working in El … – Apple Community
Since I’ve upgraded to OS X Mavericks the software for my Huawei E mobile broadband stick doesn’t work anymore macc it fails to launch. Thank you for the article Reply. I think it depends on which exact model you are using….
Ah I see… I hope that Mac will solve their software problem soon.