Drivers Quanta Product USB Devices

  

It's common for 3G/LTE dongles (and some smartphones) to show up as a virtual CD drive offering drivers and utilities to use them on Windows/Mac, then after you have dismissed this somehow then it will switch to the “useful” mode.
USB dongles also may or may not need to be switched to high-speed USB modem protocols to use their full potential.

Target Device Class according to the USB specification. Some devices keep their original vendor/product ID after successful switching. To prevent them from being treated again, the device class can be checked. For unswitched devices it is always 8 (storage class), for switched modems it is often 0xff (vendor specific).

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  1. Oct 29, 2014 Download Android USB drivers for QUANTA. Here you can find available USB Drivers for your QUANTA Android phone and tablet. In this updated section, we try to help you find all types of downloads, links and help to connect your Android device to your PC.
  2. Each USB device is identified by a number officialy assigned to the vendor by the USB association and a number for the respective model (product ID) chosen by the vendor -p-default-product NUM Product ID to look for (mandatory) -V-target-vendor NUM Target vendor ID. When given will be searched for and detected initially for information purposes.

Dell makes drivers for its Inspiron, Latitude, XPS, and other PC hardware products available online, as well as drivers for any other Dell products you might have. Epson offers downloads for its printers, scanners, projects, and other hardware devices. Downloading CP210x drivers from Windows Update. CP210x USB-to-UART devices necessarily require drivers to operate. These drivers can normally downloaded and installed from here: The default, unmodified drivers from this site are associate with the VID and PID programmed onto CP210x devices by default.

The usb-modeswitch package includes usbmode tool with json-based configuration instead of classic usb_modeswitch binary, and a Procd service running to switch automatically all modems as soon as they are plugged in.The /etc/usb-mode.json configuration file looks partially like below.

03f0:002a is default vendor and product in hexadecimal neotation, as it appears on executition of lsusb or kernel usb debug, while msg is the message content array. These messages issue the commands, that will either allow for media eject and/or eject the virtual CD-ROM, … in order to switch the device into 3G modem mode. t_vendor is target vendor in decimal notation, t_product is target product in decimal notation. Depending to the recognized vendor and product id, you may send one of the messages to the dongle by just using the message array indexIf you want to know more, look at the file /etc/usb-mode.json.

The above usbmode-json example will send this message code

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to the usb device with the vendor id 03f0 and product id 002a. After modeswitching, the usb device will stay with the same vendor id and product id, but with target device class number of 7.

In addition, it will send message code

to the usb device with the vendor id and the product id of 0408:f000. After modeswitching, the usb device will switch to decimal vendor id and product id of 1032:53257, which you can convert to hexadecimal notation of 0408:D009 (You need decimal to hexadecimal converter such as your computer's calculator in 'programmer's mode'.). The device vendor id and product id after modeswitch as show on lsusb and /sys/kernel/debug/usb/devices is 0408:D009.

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Note: the json file is generated automaticallly from ordinary usb_modeswitch data files during build process using perl script named convert-modeswitch.pl.For diagnostics purpose, you can create usb-mode-custom.json with defined message and devices part and launch the command

Converting the standard usb-modeswitch file to json format can be done in a simple way.The standard usb-modeswitch file (0408:f000) content.

Target vendor (0x0408) is converted to decimal notation to fill t_vendor value (1032) and target product (0xd009) is converted to decimal notation to fill t_product (53257). There is only one message content, so the message index is zero (0). The resulting usb-mode-custom.json content is as follows.

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Based on this example, you can make another usb-mode-custom.json file to perform modeswitching on unsupported dongles for diagnostic purpose.

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Also see this thread about 3g/4g USB dongle not showing up where you can see another example of troubleshooting and creating a new setup for usb-modeswitch.

sdparm method

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This tool is no longer available in OpenWrt

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This method uses sdparm to issue SCSI eject command to the emulated CDROM device. This is enough to put some modems into modem mode (tested on Ovation MC935D).Before you start, make note of your modem's vendor and product ID:<code># cat /proc/bus/usb/devices…P: Vendor=1410 ProdID=5020 Rev= 0.00S: Manufacturer=Novatel Wireless, Inc.…</code>First, find out your device address - in this example it's going to be sg0. Then issue the following:<code>sdparm –eject /dev/sg0</code>For Attitude Adjustment try:<code>sdparm –command=eject /dev/sg0</code>Then, check for changes of your product ID:<code># cat /proc/bus/usb/devices…P: Vendor=1410 ProdID=7001 Rev= 0.00S: Manufacturer=Novatel Wireless, Inc.S: Product=Qualcomm Configuration…I:* If#= 0 Alt= 0 #EPs= 3 Cls=ff(vend.) Sub=ff Prot=ff Driver=(none)…</code>

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