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ZTE G X760

The ZTE G X760 is also known as "Orange VEGAS". I use one branded "T-Mobile", byt unlocked. I use it to phone and as a backup modem. It's a GPRS (2G) phone. When plugged to a computer through the USB, the telephone promts if it will be connected as "Mass storage" or "COM Port". Depending on the usage, You've got to choose.


Blueline is one of the best Internet Service provider in Madagascar. With their mobile telephone product, they have a Data service. I use it to access Internet, with my telephone (see above), on my Ubuntu and Debian laptop. The APN is "bluenet". No password required.

Connecting to Internet

After pluggin the phone and choosing "COM Port", the phone is then detected as a modem

         cdc_acm 3-2:1.1: ttyACM0: USB ACM device         usbcore: registered new interface driver cdc_acm         cdc_acm: v0.26:USB Abstract Control Model driver for USB modems and ISDN adapters        
Then, I had to setup several files:
       ABORT BUSY       ABORT 'NO CARRIER'       ABORT ERROR       REPORT CONNECT       TIMEOUT 10       "" "ATZ &F"       OK 'AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP","bluenet"'       TIMEOUT 60       OK "ATD*99***1#"       CONNECT \d\c      
       hide-password       noauth       modem       connect "/usr/sbin/chat -v -f /etc/chatscripts/bluenet"       debug       /dev/ttyACM0       115200       defaultroute       noipdefault       user any       password any       remotename bluenet       ipparam bluenet       usepeerdns       novj       lcp-echo-interval 0      
To connect to internet, just do: pon bluenet and tail your logs.


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