I have a MacBook Pro running Snow Leopard, and I just purchased a Pantech UML290 4G modem, live in an area with good 4G coverage, and I get a good 4G signal. I am running VZAccess Manager version 7.2.5, and in general it connects to the 4G network fine and stays connected. Every time I connect the modem to my laptop, Mac OS generates a "A new network interface has been detected" pop up with the option to Cancel or go to Network Preferences. Canceling makes it go away.
I also see 4 devices under System Preferences > Network:
1. Verizon UM290 (which shows connected, not sure why it's missing the L in UML)
2. Pantech UML290 USB Modem
3. Pantech UML290 USB Serial
4. Pantech UML290 USB CM
Does anyone know how to get rid of the annoying message every time I connect the modem? Thanks.
I have the same set up. Get the same messages almost everytime I start up the UML290. Not sure why I occasionally don't get it. Many others on the forum have reported this as well. For now, we live with it.