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  1. I know that now! It's very simple. Because the icon stands for the "MC7710" ,not "MC7710 2" in the network preferences . So when I delete the "MC7710" and rename the "MC7710 2" by "MC7710" ,it works. haha And I can manage the LTE by the icon . nice Do u know how to use the Aircard watcher ? I have tried to install many different editions ,but no one can worked.
  2. I don't know anything else what I have done. And I have uninstalled the SierraWirelessDrivers. $ ls -al /dev/tty.* crw-rw-rw- 1 root wheel 21, 6 May 6 17:45 /dev/tty.Bluetooth-Incoming-Port crw-rw-rw- 1 root wheel 21, 2 May 6 17:45 /dev/tty.wwan crw-rw-rw- 1 root wheel 21, 4 May 6 17:45 /dev/tty.wwanDM crw-rw-rw- 1 root wheel 21, 0 May 6 17:45 /dev/tty.wwanGPS But the icon of LTE in the top-bar displays unconnect always , I cannot use it . I must go to the network preferences to connect the LTE , but the icon still shows unconnect . what can I do if I want to use it to connect or disconnect?
  3. I have modified the code of Info.plist that I have put . "<key>0x1199/0x68a2 MC7710</key>" instead of "<key>0x199/0x68a2 MC7710</key>" and it worked , nice ! But Aircard watcher doesn't work. Info.plist.zip
  4. I have installed this driver ---------SierraWirelessDrivers_2.0.6.dmg SierraWirelessDrivers_2.0.6.dmg.zip
  5. On windows and linux , It works well ,but on macos I can't use it to connect the internet. Here is the Info.plist of Legacy_Sierra_QMI_10.13.kext that I have used. __________________________________ And other information
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