Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 759895
ZTE MF636 3G Modem works no more with ModemManager-0.4.998-1.git20110706.fc14.i686.rpm
Last modified: 2012-08-16 09:02:29 EDT
Created attachment 540384 [details]
Description of problem:
ZTE MF636 3G Modem does not work with newly updated ModemManager-0.4.998-1.git20110706.fc14.i686.rpm (and it used to work with the older version of the package)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Attach ZTE MF636 Modem
PIN Enter dialog box does not appear
PIN Enter dialog box
When entered the device identifies as 19d2:2000, then it becomes 19d2:0031 with usb_modeswitch
I replaced the update with the old package 0.4-4, now it works.
new_version_messages.txt - /var/log/messages of the new version of ModemManager (which does not work)
old_version_messages.txt - /var/log/messages of the old version of ModemManager (which works)
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