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Android and self-compiled drivers (ASUS MeMo FHD 10 + HUAWEI K3715 UMTS Stick)

Recently I bought my first android tablet – an ASUS MeMo FHD 10 (ME302C)! This one:

Asus MeMo Pad FHD 10

It is pretty cool and much fun working with this device – as long as you have got an internet connection. 😉 But because I thought there would be free open WLAN spots all over the world and – in case of emergency – I could use my UMTS stick, I only bought the cheap wifi-only version of the tablet (~200 EUR).

So today I wanted to prepare the device to be used with my UMTS stick. It’s branded by “Vodafone” and uses a HUAWEI K3715 chipset. This one:

vodafone_umts_stick_huawei_k3715     vodafone_umts_stick_huawei_k3715_details

Remembering my experiences using this stick with linux I though it would be an easy job. So I got my USB On-The-Go (OTG) cable to connected the stick with the pad…

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