Hi Laura -
"Open in 32-bit" isn't one of the options available when I Apple+i on the Mobile Partner application icon in Finder - only "Open in Rosetta". Wonder if I have the correct version of the application?
Responding to your private message now.
Sorry, I meant FrontlineSMS!
Laura - That worked, as in FrontlineSMS recognised the modem. Still hangs on "Detected", however, and the Mac version of the Mobile Partner application is also giving me the "No SIM card" error.
As Alexis mentions it seems to happen with Huawei E Series I have an E173 and Frontline SMS detects it twice. It works ok for me so I just ignored it.
OS Windows XP
Failed modems Huawei T11 phone, HTC Desire, Nokia 7230, Nokia 6303
Hard to find the right phones in Ethiopia
Thanks very much for the information about your device testing, Bernard. We are now keeping track of device tests done by users here: http://devices.frontlinesms.com/pub so I will add your reports to the list. Meanwhile, I hope Pablo Destefani's recent advice helps you with setting up successfully. Please keep us posted on how you get on and let us know if we can be of any help.
OS: Mac OS X v.10.6.8
Modem: Huawei E173 unlocked
SIM Card: AT&T (US)
FLSMS Version: 220.127.116.11
Note that this is with the caveat that I had to do some sysadmin to get FLSMS to connect to my modem. See my post here.
Thanks again for sharing with the community, Stuart! \o/
OS: Mac OS X 10.7.2
"working device" Modems: Airtel Huawei E153 & Vodafone ZTE K3571-Z