Sprint was listening the voice customer who unsatisfied because Sprint 3G/4G USB 300 doesn’t support Mac OS X.
The new Sprint 3G/4G USB 301 is in the list of Sprint SmartView 2.28 for Mac OS X ( Leopard and Snow Leopard ) supported devices. For a full list of supported devices, click here.
This software does not support Phone-as-Modem handset connections to the Sprint Mobile Broadband Network.
Sprint SmartView 2.28 features :
- One-click activation for supported devices
- GPS features and services are available at the touch of a button for GPS-capable devices
- Provides information on signal strength, network type and connectivity details previously unavailable to Mac OS users
- Ability to set connectivity preferences to auto-connect when device is recognized by Mac
Photo Courtesy WiMAX.com
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Post InfoThis entry was posted on Monday, December 28th, 2009 and is filed under Modems, Sprint 4G USA.
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