1. Maxmeth's Avatar
    I have a chinese table with android OS, I tried to connect an external 3G USB modem but it did not work because it says to be compatible with windows or mac OS, is there something I can do to make the android tablet work with the external 3G USB modem?
    04-19-2011 02:10 PM
  2. lookinsidewayz's Avatar
    Ur best bet would prolly be to purchase a small 3G router that's compatible with ur 3G USB modem. Google 3G router and you will find they are available in all shapes an sizes.
    04-20-2011 10:43 AM
  3. STEMALO's Avatar
    get the Huawei E5836...works perfectly...its a portable WiFi that uses your 3G SIM card...
    05-05-2011 01:35 PM
  4. bladeluv45's Avatar
    05-11-2011 07:06 AM
  5. pstellato73's Avatar
    I have the Toshiba Thrive and am trying to do the same thing. The application which supports my 4G modem from Verizon is only showing for Windows and Macs. How can I get this to work for my tablet?
    09-02-2011 09:20 AM
  6. Whoknowes's Avatar
    I have the Toshiba Thrive and am trying to do the same thing. The application which supports my 4G modem from Verizon is only showing for Windows and Macs. How can I get this to work for my tablet?
    Pstellato73,

    Doesnt your phone/modem support a hot spot ? use wi-fi, if not do you HAVE TO HAVE a wired connection ?... you may want to try bluetooth.. .there is an App that I had on my Samsung Captivate that allowed B.T. as the connection source, its called PDAnet... are you using a phone as the modem? if so you may have to have a data plan that allows the use of the wi-fi connectivity.... OR you could root the phone, there is usually some sort of connection manager that blocks the hot spot if you dont pay for it.... there is an app called Bloat Freeze that can stop the connection manager from loading that also might help....
    09-08-2011 06:06 PM
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