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Norbert Koster August 16, 2011 at 6:51 pm God Bless You, Jack Ukleja! Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Proudly powered by WordPress ZionM April 15, 2014 at 12:07 am respected Jack, so very joyful ride throughout your articles on ericsson f3507g wwan and ways to get it in function for t400 series. Sorry, your browser is unsupported. http://wpeasyposttypes.com/ericsson-f3507g/ericsson-f3507g-mobile-broadband-minicard-driver-xp.php

Thanks a million times you deserve an AWARD. The WWAN connection it created for me was generally unreliably and would drop IP connectivity every 5-30 minutes (the wireless/PHY link would be fine, just the IP stack would stop working). Lenovos’s network manager tool is called Access Connections and I would later discover my intuition would prove to be well founded. After a bit of hunting around it turns out that you can put this setting in the “Extra Initialization commands”. https://support.lenovo.com/downloads/migr-70000

Before I start writing more to you about various agendas, could you please tell me a few words on chances to workout your F3507g driver//application ideas and findings but related to Lenovo never again, theyre definitely losing out. With the different devices, they can have the same driver , it's because they all use the same chip manufacturer. After a bit of googling I worked out that you should use *99***1# in the phone number field (*99# may also “work”), and leave the user name and password fields blank.

  1. and it works well!
  2. At which point explorer would stop working, and I would have to kill and restart it.
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  4. When I got to this site, I was already exhausted of paging and reading for hours solutions that never worked.

The string to set the APN is some variant of AT+CGDCONT=1,”IP”,”dodolns1” where dodolns1 is your broadband provider’s APN. One rason could be that I have a ThinkPad SL500 with Windows7 Ulitmate!??? Nowhere does it mention that the F3507g card is supported, but I can confirm it does work using version 5.2.2056.12. You are viewing the drivers of an anonymous computer which may be not the same with your current computer.

After you install this driver you will have several new devices available in Device Manager: Ericsson F3507g Mobile Broadband Minicard Network Adapter Ericsson F3507g Mobile Broadband Minicard Modem Ericsson F3507g Mobile Or did you get a modded BIOS from some one else? If that is succesful you just press the big “Connect” button and you are online! The problem is it will then ask you for a Dial-up phone number, and various other fields wholly inappropriate for a 3G WWAN card.

You can either use: The Wireless Manager connect button which activates the Ericsson F3507g Mobile Broadband Network Adapter (which means you don’t have to mess about with any dial-up stuff) Or All I want is for my broadband card to work! Now I am all for OEM’s giving early access to software, but unfortunately Access Connections is no where near “Beta” standard. “Beta” in this case just seems to just be a You then click “Enable Radio” and wait while it detects the mobile networks (hopefully including yours).

Unfortunately it seems that versions and publish dates are not supported by Lenovo’s knowledge base, so all we get is a crazy looking file name – 7uwc46ww.zip. In fact, I'm posting this message via my WAN connection right now! Server Error 403 - Forbidden: Access is denied. So each time I wanted to connect I would have to delve into the settings and enter them again.

DOWNLOAD OPTIONS:1. click site chandrakant August 24, 2011 at 10:04 pm i have Samsung 3310 mobile, i will not connect internet, they give me the error like:- error 734 the ppp link control protocol was Performance was pretty sluggish – it would take ages to load the main interface. Although I could see the Ericsson F3507g Mobile Broadband card on the screen it did not function on Windows 7 whatever I tried.

My latest plan was to get another Laptop and just forget about this one but now I am very excited to see it connecting on its own. For my provider, Dodo, I had to untick the “Let Wireless Manager Choose the Connection Profile” and then I created a new profile, and put the Access Point Name (APN) in The problem was after connecting I would get “Error 734: The PPP link control protocol was terminated” Now there was a setting I definitely knew I needed to put in somewhere, news I uninstalled Access Connections and will probably never use it again.

Phew! I installed Windows 7 on it soon after, having heard that almost all hardware devices worked under Windows 7. anonymous1 September 18, 2013 at 5:48 pm Was searching & searching for this -thanks BUT links are dead just goes to xperia support site anyone have any clean working links?

For the first time since I had this machine my mobile broadband works!

Jack Ukleja Independent Software Developer Menu Skip to content HomeAbout Me How to get Ericsson F3507g Mobile Broadband card working on Windows 7 & Lenovo Thinkpad T400s 68 Replies Update: A Note: Information and comments on this article could still be relevant to you so read on… I recently purchased a Lenovo Thinkpad T400s. XPlease fill captchaIn order to prevent "robots" from misusing our bandwidth,we request that you prove you are human.captchaSend Home | Download | Why | Support | Blog | How it works the package also includes 64bit drivers.

Products and names mentioned are the property of their respective owners. What is strange is that you can have both of them connected at the same time. Bah! More about the author Basically you just have to download a tentatively related piece of software from Sony Ericsson, called “Wireless Manager” which they claim is for an apparently unrelated card, the EC400g.

So plz help me. You have to use dial up with win7 and cisco vpn or ssl vpn. Under win7 wwan is not supported with cisco vpn (ndis driver problem).