Release Notes: This release contains greatly improved hardware support, notably for Huawei and Sierra Wireless devices, but most device types have seen improvements. There is also a new operator chooser wizard, and the UI has been improved to show more info. It also has statistics/warnings for both connection time and data limits, and comes with support for 8 languages: Brazilian Portuguese, Dutch, German, Italian, Norwegian Bokmal, Polish, Spanish, and English.
Release Notes: This version has a lot of new features, including much improved profile support, internationalization support, traffic statistics and warnings, and improved autodetection. It also contains many small and larger UI fixes, improved support for several devices, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release comes with a new auto-detection system for the cards. Several new cards are detected and many cards are detected more reliably. The code is also much more maintainable. Once a card is detected, it will be remembered in the config file. Also included are an improved UI and many small fixes that improve the usability of the application - including logging output of a failed PPP connection, notification that a profile needs saving, and a new radio preferences dialog.
Release Notes: This is probably the most stable release yet for all 100% supported cards. If you own a single port serial card (XU870, GC79, most Sierra Wireless), this release will finally work for you -- but don't try to do things with umtsmon while you are connected (like the SMS or info dialogs), or it will crash. It also has a new, revamped UI. There's still one control that needs to be moved, but the new UI should work better for everyone. This release has a dialog at startup that will tell you if all settings are correct, and propose to change them if needed.
Release Notes: The UI has seen a huge revamp, with the additional implementation of changing PIN codes and enabling/disabling the use of a PIN code. Starting/stopping the PPP daemon now works reliably, and umtsmon no longer needs to be suid. There is new autodetection support of the Option 'ICON' USB box, 4G Systems 'Web n Walk' USB box, and the Original Option Vodafone 3G card. Of these, only the last one is completely supported.
Release Notes: This is a feature release, containing several new and exciting features, including improved hardware support (newer Nozomi drivers that use /dev/nozomi*, Huawei E612 and Novatel U630). The support for PIN code entry has been improved, while entering PUK codes is new. It is now also possible to use umtsmon to start a PPP connection, using multiple dialup profiles.
Release Notes: This release has more card autodetection: SonyEricsson GC79, Option GT EDGE (Combo), and serial_cs-based cards like the Sierra Wireless Aircard 775 EDGE and the Novatel Merlin UMTS Modem U630. A technology selector was added: 3G only, 3G preferred, 2G only, etc. This is important for fringe network coverage. The signal strength is now also visible in the title bar when minimized, and better error checking and prevention of many aborts will improve the user experience.
Release Notes: This release brings improved PCMCIA card autodetection and automated usage for the Option GT and Fusion(+) cards. It now also automatically detects the Sony Ericsson GC79 cards. There is now a command line option to override autodetection, and the SIM handling was improved.
Release Notes: This initial version features the ability to enter PINs, roaming support, SMS sending, and connection monitoring.