Am delighted to inform you that I have managed to install Huawei E303 modem it works very well and farmers are able to send us feedback.
Thanks to Cleopa for the Technical support.
Am building up a data base to cover 4000 farmers We will be sending them SMS on weekly basis
hi, i have windows 7 and the last version of frontlinesms y i push the botton auto-detect and not detect nothing, how to i do for setting
I have a couple of questions for you:
If you haven't done any of the above please do
Hi Mark, i have latptop with windows 7 64 bits and modem huawei e303 install have ndis driver and control panel show ndis adapter and do not show com1 or com2, etc,
From our research (http://www.huaweidevice.co.in/Products/MobileBroadband/E303-Hi-Link...) the modem is a plug-and-play device meaning that if you connect the modem you dont have to install drivers. Can you be able to use the modem for browsing? If you can, then frontlinesms should also be able to detect the modem.
If you notice that frontlinesms still does not detect the modem, ensure that you are not using the modem for anythng else, for example internet, when you are running frontlinesms software.
Close any other software that may be using the modem.
We hope to hear from you soon.
I am glad to hear that you were able to connect to a Huawei E303 modem. I just purchased one and cannot get connected with either a linux machine or Windows 7. Could you either post a photo of your connection information or tell me what is in the Port* field of the connection dialog? I find this field in version 2.3.1 by clicking on Settings then Phones and connections then Edit to the right of the E303 modem.
That would be very helpful. What version of Frontline are you using and what computer operating system are you using?
I bought a Huawei E303 and, unfortunately, I have not been able to make Frontline recognize it. I have Windows XP and Frontline v2.
The modem runs properly as a 3G device and Windows recognizes it as a Broadband Net Device but not as a COMXX port such as older 3G modems. From my experience so far the only way Frontline recognizes a modem is when it appears as a COM port, which you may configurate.
I have tried some older Huawei modems and they run properly with Frontline provided that they are a COM port.
I would appreciate it if anyone could help me.
Thank you very much in advance.