Verizon 4G LTE Firmware update (MC7750)

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  1. Rob

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    Thanks Rob , I have added this here http://forum.notebookreview.com/pan...sting-ultimate-toughbook-resource-thread.html .



    1) Click on ​
    Verizon tab and locate Verizon 4G Software. In the Verizon 4G Software
    location, click on ​
    MC7750_03.05.10.9.zip to start the download of the latest MC7750 firmware.2) Once downloaded, unzip MC7750_03.05.10.9.zip and run the
    FlashTool_MC7750_03.05.10.09_00_vzw_033.011_000.exe ​
    contained in the zip
    file to update MC7750 firmware.

    Impacted Models (with Verizon 4GLTE)​
    Toughbook 19 Mk5 (CF-19A/B) Mk6 (CF-191/2)
    Toughbook 31 Mk2 (CF-31J-Q) Mk3 (CF-31S/U/V)
    Toughbook 53 All Mk’s
    Toughbook C2 All Mk’s
    Toughpad FZG1All Mk’s​


     
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    hello, comrades!
    realy need you help and advice. I have the toughpad FZ-G1A with MC7750 card,
    and there is one little thing that make me worry about - GPS function. All drivers are installed
    and all devices are determined in device manager. But I can't obtain proper tracking data. NMEA data is transferred from Sierra NMEA (COM5) but just until the fix and data transfer stops.
    Where to look for the decision?

    Sierra Watcher also does not see GPS as Windows.
     
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    Not sure. I personally use M$ streets and trips 2011 and it works GREAT! :)

    Thanks!
     
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    A few AT commands make GPS alive)))
     
  6. ViciousXUSMC

    ViciousXUSMC Master Viking NBR Reviewer

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    Keying in that I have a few CF-31 that use the MC7750 chip and I am having a terrible time getting connect before logon to work on Verizon for the 3G service.

    I have to have connectivity as its required to connect to VPN before logon. The Verizon access manager auto connect is not working and the Windows 7 built in Auto connect for the MBB is not working either. :/
     
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    Having issues with AirCard Watcher, so I tried VZAM. Drivers updated. Both programs current. But this cf-31 will not auto-connect. I think I may need that registry adjustment if you can share it. Thanks in advance.
     
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    Welcome to the Panasonic Toughbook forum

    Just wanted to let you know that before anyone can PM you that you will need 5 posts.
     
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    canuckcam Notebook Evangelist

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    You need a driver and watcher specific to the type of connection your card makes - QMI or DIP (Direct IP). In Device Manager, the Hardware ID of the card at 68a2=DIP, 68a3=QMI. Let me know which one and I may be able to help you out.

    I gotta say, I never knew a simple aircard was so complex and support is next to nil. You'd think it would be like purchase a phone with appropriate bands, insert SIM, (maybe put in an APN) and click connect. Especially in Canada, unless you're an oil-field customer or something with your own account manager, good luck in getting an answer from a carrier - the answer will be, "...so, it works with the USB aircard you purchased at the time, right?"
     
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