Security screws?

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  1. Rob2D

    Rob2D Notebook Enthusiast

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    Once my sim adapter gets here I'll shove my own phone sim in there and see what happens! :D
     
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    Of course it's GSM.
    If you insert SIM card it will work :))
    Depends on your OS. Win 7+ without additional software.
    Also usually you have to insert SIM when your laptop is powered off. Or power it off and on after you insert SIM.
     
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    mklym Notebook Evangelist

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    I use the sim from my phone in my 31. Like BaRRmaley said, make sure your unit if off, then install the sim and fire the unit up.
    I can't speak to whether you will need software or not. I use Linux and the network manager (built in ) handles the connection with no problems.
     
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    Hurray, it works! Only 3G though......

    Is it possible to install a 4G card????
     
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    Oui
     
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    Sweet.

    The "Gobi 5000 MC7355" ???
     
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  7. BaRRmaley

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    Nope, MC7305 for Europe.
    I know this is for EM series, but there are same modules in MC form-factor.

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    Ah good man. I was just coming back to correct myself. Checked my bands and I need 800MHz which is B20?

    Would that mean I need 7710/7304 then?
     
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    Read above :)
     
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    Yeah I did but the 7305 listings I read don't specify the 800 band..........

    That 7565 sounds like the bees knees if it is indeed global. Expensive though.
     
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