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Supported Tata Mobile Broadband USB Modem in Linux - Compatible Modems list

Many emails I received about the compatibility issues with Tata USB modems in Linux computers after writing my previous post How to Check Tata Photon Plus Internet Usage and Bills. So here I write the list of compatible Tata mobile and USB modems for your Linux computer. According to the Tata User Manual, following models support Linux. They are:

Linux supported Tata Indicom Mobiles / USB Modems

1. All Nokia Models

2. Motorola (Models: MotoRazr / World phone)

3. Pantech (models: PA711 / PA715 Slider )

4. LG models - 5235, 6335, 350T Walky

5. Samsung models - Wideo, DUO, T-Nimbus

6. Huawei models: EC-321 / EC-325

7. Sungill models - USB Modem Plug2surf

Linux Versions which support Tata USB modems are:

The above USB modems are supported in the following version of Linux. They are:

1. Redhat Enterprise Linux 3 & above

2. Fedora Core 5,6 & above

3. SUSE Desktop Linux 9,10 & above

4. Debian Linux 5,6 & above

5. Ubuntu Linux 5,6 & above

Some Tata USB modem models are not supported in Linux.


Tata Indicom Mobiles / USB Modems which are not supported in Linux

The following Tata Indicom Mobiles / USB Modems are not supported in Linux.

1. Kyocera (All models are not supported)

2. Sierra (Air card 555)

3. Huawei (C-506,5300)

(This list can be changed by time and for more details please contact your vendor)

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