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  1. Hi everyone, I'm the happy owner of a MKV which I use (when I take it out with me) with an Anker Astro E7 USB battery. When I connect the MKV to my home power supply, I'm perfectly able to use my Galaxy S6 as a 4G modem ( using the USB port on the MKV and enabling USB tethering ), but when I'm not home and I try to use the same exact configuration with the battery, the phone simply doesn't detect the USB connection thus doesn't allow me to enable tethering ( basically it's just like the phone's connected to absolutely nothing ). I guess this is due to some power requirements of the phone? An
  2. nevermind, I've solved using another power adapter.
  3. Hi guys, I bought a MK5 a few months ago and it worked like a charm ... it's been turned off for a while and today, when I tried to turn it on again, I got stuck in a boot loop ( green led fixed and blue blinking ). I tried the unbrick procedure described here more than once ( switch pins setup, upload factory.bin, switch pins back, reboot ) but when I try to reboot I get the same results ( of course I've waited more than 5 minutes for it to stop ). Any hints would be very appreciated as I really need this device working for my job.
  4. I guys, I have a Huawei E587 modem which is not supported out of the box (as it seems) by the MKV, I'm following this guide, so my steps were: - Install cdc_ncm package. opkg -nodeps install http://galapago.sakura.ne.jp/openwrt/12_09_rc1/kmod-usb-net-cdc-ncm_3.3.8-1_ar71xx.ipk - Install modeswitch's parameter file for E587 cd /etc/usbmodeswitch.d wget -O 12d1:1c1b http://galapago.sakura.ne.jp/openwrt/12_09_rc1/12d1_1c1b Now when I plug the device to the usb port, I see the following dmesg: [ 1938.820000] usb 1-1.2: new high-speed USB device number 14 using ehci-platform [ 1938.97
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