Description of problem:
The definition for /etc/usb_modeswitch.d/1410:5020 is used by Novatel Mifi 2200 devices. But the Interface parameter in this definition has to be commented out or removed in order for usb_modeswitch to work successfully with this device.
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How reproducible: Always (with single unit I have)
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Attach a Virgin Mobile Mifi 2200 device to a Fedora 15 system.
usb_modeswitch hangs attempting the automatic switch to serial modem mode unless the configuration file is edited to remove or comment out the Interface parameter.
Successful switching to make the CDMA modem usable.
Not believed to be Fedora-specific, as I have seen this on other distributions with my modem. This may have to be filed as an upstream bug.
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