It is a Modem
As it is said, our computer (kernel) has to recognize it as a modem before NetworkManager take the job. If it is not, see here for workaround, and in my case, i have to run (as root user) : usb_modeswitch.
There’s an easiest way to doing this: “just plug it, and the kernel will automatically know it” through udev. Unfortunately, it does not work on my machine, kind of an option.ko issue in the kernel (usb-serial?) for ZTE MF626 Modem. Hopefully yours is OK.
If the kernel recognize it, then KDE Network Management will tell it to you:
Set it Up
Click on KNetworkManager icon (appears in system tray), choose Manage Connections:
Go to Mobile Broadband tab, and Add , GSM Connection:
and fill the needed information (call number, username and password, APN, etc):
Let KNetworkManager set the PPP configuration as default.
Finally, press OK button to proceed.
Let now KNetworkManager do the job!: click on it, and choose (TFlash) connection.
Have a lot of fun!
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