Having spent a bit researching this here is my 6p
1) We need Android to create /dev/ttyUSB* devices
2) We need some software & config stuff - Network Manager would be handy, ppp config otherwise.
I have a 3 (UK) ZTE MF112 dongle that fails on step 1. So nothing to contribute regarding step 2! In short the ttyUSB devices aren't created after it is inserted (or if the Vega is booted with the dongle already inserted). 99.99% certain this is the dreaded CD-ROM feature of the thing - need either usb_modeswitch or to flash the damn thing to get rid of the 'feature'. As far as I can tell on my PC, usb_modeswitch is standard on 2.6.34 - we can dream that Google will drag Android up to date at some stage!
First note - the dongle lights red, then green. All this means is it has power and is finding a mobile network, it is no indicator that the Vega/Android has done anything other than provide power.
OK - over to you!
Edited by dukla2000, 10 February 2011 - 11:22 PM.