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Posted 16 November 2012 - 15:21
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You cannot select network modes in the native interface. It autoselects the fastest speed available on your network.
I get a menu in Wireless manager ...but speed is slow ....its a GSM speed .....I put APN , userid,password and then click connect under Wireless manager menu......it connects ...but very slow .....not getting 3G speed.
There should be a network mode selection to 3G in Windows 7 ....where is it ?
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Posted 16 November 2012 - 16:32
when I plug data card in USB I ge this ...
Do you know how to change name ? that name does not make sense....its default name
When I click connect I get this ...
I put the credentials here and I get connected to the internet ....but speed becomes slow .....Is there any separate settings required to enhance speed ?
( I get more speed when I use the SIM in Samsung Galaxy Phone and create a tethering wi-fi hot spot and access wi-fi)
Posted 16 November 2012 - 16:38
you can not choose the speed on your data card on your desktop.
It is connected to available network depends on your location. If you are not happy with the speed, ask your provider for 4G network as long as you have it in your area. If not, you will need to drive to a different location for higher speed network.
Unless you can call your provider on how to change the network for high speed.
My phone works in my town but it won't work in my friend's town which is a hour away from my town... I can't call or text to anyone in that town until I leave there to find the available town so I can get network back on.
To change your network name, you need to change it in network manager window... not that window from your taskbar.
Posted 16 November 2012 - 17:18
It has nothing to do with the area and provider. As I have the evidence of getting higher speed when I use it through galaxy phone and tethering poratable wi-fi hot spot....so I can not blame provider & area at all.
yup.....but my case is different from yours....yours is a valid case though.
Posted 16 November 2012 - 17:31