How to install Huawei USB Modem on Windows
Here we take Huawei E1750 3G USB Modem as an example:
Insert the E1750 into an available USB port on your PC. Windows will detect the new hardware automatically and install a USB storage device which, depending on your AutoPlay settings, will pompt you to run the Setup application. If it doesn't, open My Computer and double click the icon for the new drive:
Select the option to run "setup.exe". If you have UAC (User Account Control) enabled you will be prompted to confirm the action:
Select Yes, the following window will be displayed:
Read the license agreement and click "I Agree" if you accept the terms and conditions:
Specify where you want the program files to be copied to (leave at the default values unless specifically required):
Specify the name of the folder on the Start Menu you want created, again leave at the default values unless specifically required, you can always rename it later. Click Install. The required program files will then be copied to the PC and Windows will detect further new hardware. This process may take a few minutes. Once complete click Finish:
An icon will be added the Windows Desktop, and to the Start Menu, for Mobile Partner:
Double click the icon to launch the connection manager application, the following window will be displayed:
Open the Tools menu and select Options. Click on Profile Management:
Click on the option to create a New profile. Leave the access number at the default value of *99#.
Enter a suitable name for the new profile, this can be anything meaningful to you simply to identify the profile.
Set the APN field to Static and enter in the appropriate Access Point Name for your network operator:
Vodafone - internet
Orange - orangeinternet
O2 - mobile.o2.co.uk
T-Mobile - general.t-mobile.uk
Three - three.co.uk
NOTE - other APNs are available, contact your network provider for the correct information.
Enter in the appropriate username and password details for your network operator:
Vodafone - 'web' for both
Orange - leave blank
O2 - 'web' for both
T-Mobile - leave blank
Three - leave blank
Again, other details are available depending on your service, consult your network operator for the correct details - but to be honest you can mostly get away with anything, connections are not authenticated by username and password but by your SIM's profile with the billing system.
Once all settings have been entered click Save and then set the profile as the Default.
The profile will then be listed in the main connection screen:
To initiate the connection, click the Connect button: