Problem with WWAN card on CF-19

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  1. SHEEPMAN!

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    Try 4 or 04 (which will probably come up a 4 anyway) ff is zero as I understand it. (Zero as in NO WWAN)
    Then F9 then F10. (set to defaults and save)
    That's the limits of my understanding it....more information in the search box at upper right of this page.
     
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    You can try all sorts of numbers... Should be easy to solve there... Mine was set to 4... I tried 1, then 2, then 3.... I hit on 3 being for Verizon. My WWAN card fired up.

    Now... You need to make sure that Panny and Win 10 aren't both trying to switch the card... That was my issue. The Wireless switch (yellow lightning bolt in sys tray) switches it on... But then VZ manager and Win 10 both wanted to try to control the card... I had to uncheck the box that said, "Let windows control this"... Then my card worked!
     
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    Thanks guys, I set it to 4 and it's working perfectly now. What's the best software to use fore these, the built in Windows 10 manager, the Sierra, or the AT&T software?

    And for anyone else who's interested, I used a standard non oem MC7700 with the Panasonic firmware flashed onto it. Firmware is available here: http://business.panasonic.com/support-computerstablets-otherdownloads-wirelesscarrier
     
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    Personally I would download VZManager from the Panasonic website directly. Or from Sierra... Install and tell Windows it ain't runnin' the show!
     
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    Win10 connection manager is very good as you can see on your screenshot. If you switch it to manual mode, without automatic connects.
     
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