d07a2010

G300 modem!!!

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thx for ur help

but that's also one connection shared by two devices,

what about if cut off mobile data on phone?,

is the connection will continue on laptop or cut off also.

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I think it Will turn off

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yep now i've found one got me,

so it will turn off connection on laptop if mobile data turned off,that's exactly what‏ ‏i talk about and trying to tell u,but if there's a modem installed the two connections will run even if turned off any one of them.

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yep now i've found one got me,

so it will turn off connection on laptop if mobile data turned off,that's exactly what‏ ‏i talk about and trying to tell u,but if there's a modem installed the two connections will run even if turned off any one of them.

How can it possibly still run if the data connection is lost? That's like saying my caravan will still be towed even though the car towing it has run out of petrol, yes the engine is still there but there's nothing to power it :blink:

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How can it possibly still run if the data connection is lost? That's like saying my caravan will still be towed even though the car towing it has run out of petrol, yes the engine is still there but there's nothing to power it :blink:

i have nokia 701 , nokia c7 and acer liquid e ferrari edition with GB 2.3

all these devices do this simply cuz there's a modem installed in device manager

and they've a modem hardware feature installed in their motherboard.

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i have nokia 701 , nokia c7 and acer liquid e ferrari edition with GB 2.3

all these devices do this simply cuz there's a modem installed in device manager

and they've a modem hardware feature installed in their motherhood.

I still have no idea what you are talking about. What Andymac said makes absolute sense :)

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He's saying he wants two independent network interfaces.

With Wi-Fi and radio we have integrated network interfaces that will turn each other off if the preferred interface (Wi-Fi) connects.

He is saying, I think, that these other devices can make twin connections at the same time, presumably over the radio interface.

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He's saying he wants two independent network interfaces.

With Wi-Fi and radio we have integrated network interfaces that will turn each other off if the preferred interface (Wi-Fi) connects.

He is saying, I think, that these other devices can make twin connections at the same time, presumably over the radio interface.

You almost brought understand me

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lol. I think all android phones support this function.

As to our G300 , just

  • Dial *#*#2846579#*#*
  • Select Project Menu
  • Select Background Settings
  • Select USB Ports Settings
  • Choose Normal Mode

Here you go, congrats having modem back :P

I know this is old topic, but still may be of help to some people

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