[access-uk] Re: Huawei, ZTE& Other Modems

Hi Tony,
I use the usb vodafone mobile stick with my netbook.
the software is accessible with window eyes. I have the pay as you go usb stick. it seems very cheap. I listened for two hours the other night to an rnib online talking book and it cost eighty pence or something like that. I am just thinking of changing my main router as it keeps cutting out. it is an eddimax.
must ring demon to see which one to use now.
so usb vodafone stick you can use it o.k. cheers.
At 10:02 23/02/2010, you wrote:
Hi Ibrahim,

The Huawei I was sent uses 3 connection manager but don't know about ZTE but can check.

The ZTE modem I have is two years old but is very accessible.

I did broach this subject about two years ago on this list but am disappointed indeed that nothing appears to have progressed re accessibility-wise with mobile broadband!

It would be interesting to know if there are any other accessible modems out there.

 any folks expeeriences of same do let us know.

Thanks

Tony Sweeney
----- Original Message -----
From: <mailto:ibrahim_gucukoglu@xxxxxxxx>Ibrahim Gucukoglu
To: <mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Monday, February 22, 2010 3:59 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Huawei & ZTE

Hi Tony.

I have a ZTE modem as well as the Huawei.  The Huawei I'm afraid to say is
totally inaccessible.  It uses a program made by Birdstep Technology who
haven't seen fit to either label graphics with meaningful text captions, nor
provide any shortcuts for use with the keyboard.  Oddly though, I also have
a ZTE modem, yet find the software totally unusable as well.  The software
on my ZTE is 3 connection manager, is this the same on your modem?  The only
Huawei modem I have is the E169G which is old but the program has the
shortcut keys I need to get online.

All the best, Ibrahim.
----- Original Message -----
From: "tony sweeney" <<mailto:deirton711@xxxxxxxxx>deirton711@xxxxxxxxx>
To: "access-uk" <<mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, February 22, 2010 12:50 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Huawei & ZTE


> Hi All,
>
> I'm using a ZTE modem/dongle  with 3 mobile broadband which is about 3.5
> megabites of download speed.
>
> I was sent an upgrade modem/dongle by 3 which was of Huawei but I couldn't
> access it using the keyboard as I could the ZTE one!
>
> The latter one is faster with about 7.2 megabites I believe.
>
> However I have now reverted back to my old  ZTEdongle till I can possibly
> get the other sorted; well at least it mostly works for me!
>
> Anyone out there cracked the 'connect/disconnect' keyboard-wise on the
> Huawei?
>
> I have it for a week's trial starting today.
>
> Thanks
>
> Tony Sweeney
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