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nugroho.redbuff
October 30th, 2010, 09:39 AM
Mobile modem using qualcomm chipset is not easy to deployed in Linux. I hope linux developer or progammer can solve this. Therefore I upload my CDMA Modem XP driver here (http://kkpismkpb.byethost4.com/library/AXMODE.rar). My modem is manufactured by Alltronix (www.alltronix.com (http://www.alltronix.com)) with serial labeled ACM001. The chipset is qualcom. Vendor Id=05c6 and Product Id is 1000 form storage and 6000 for modem.
I have obsession the driver can be hacked and change into linux driver. If there is somebody follow usb_modeswitch forum, please forward this tread to them. I hope this problem can be solved soon.

The file named AX MODE.rar. can be downloaded here (http://kkpismkpb.byethost4.com/library/AXMODE.rar).:confused:

If you can't easyly download the file, just mail me (nugroho.redbuff@gmail.com) then I will attach it to you. The file size is less then 1 MB.

IcarusR
October 30th, 2010, 01:32 PM
First the rar file download links give error.


Forbidden

You don't have permission to access.

Second this is probably not the best place to ask for someone to reverse engineer a windows driver for you.


I have obsession the driver can be hacked and change into linux driver.

So why not learn & give it a go your self ?


If there is somebody follow usb_modeswitch forum, please forward this tread to them

Why not post there yourself ?

It seems to me you want other people to do a lot for you & have not told us what you have tried in order to try to get this hardware to work.

Have you tried using usb_modeswitch ?

From usb_modeswitch website ...


Several new USB devices (especially high-speed wireless WAN stuff, there seems to be a chipset from Qualcomm offering that feature) have their MS Windows drivers onboard; when plugged in for the first time they act like a flash storage and start installing the driver from there.

If it uses Qualcom chipset I would think it worth trying usb_modeswitch.

If you google a little you will find others have got this hardware to work quite easily....