The Dell Wireless 5620 Multi-Mode Gobi Mobile Broadband Mini-Card is a great way to add mobile broadband (HSDPA, EVDO, EDGE, 3G) to your Dell Latitude E series laptop without having to use an external modem or Internet tethering.
The modem is generally shipped with an AT&T configuration profile so I’ve drafted up some instructions on how to make the card work with other providers, specifically those in Thailand.
First of all, install the Dell Mobile Broadband Utility (DMBU) also known as: R275082.exe from http://support.dell.com. This is the “Dell Mobile Broadband Utility” also referred to as the Novatel Wireless HSUPA manager.
Once you have installed the Dell Mobile Broadband Utility (DMBU), reboot your machine then insert your True, AIS or DTAC SIM card into the rear of your laptop. On the Dell Latitude E6400 and E6410 the SIM card slot is located underneith the battery. Reboot your machine again.
Open the DMBU and select the wireless icon in the top left corner. Select “Settings” then “Network Selection” then select:
Then click “Load”. Continue reading “Using a Dell Wireless 5620 EV-DO-HSPA in Thailand”