EM7565 Verizon support

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Lbnaz
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EM7565 Verizon support

Post by Lbnaz » Mon Jun 10, 2019 11:56 am

I have try to get the EM7565 through a WE1326 router running Golden Orb on my verizon unlimited account. first tryed with tablet plan sim activated on a tablet. Verizon deregistered me.
I the thought that I would just get the modem registered as a USB modem since it is shown supported under the development section.
I spent a long time with Verizon and in the end they said that their netowrk no longer supports this modem and I cannot get it on their Network. Anybody have any luck using this on a Verizon Unlimited Account?
What did you do to get it on their network?

swwifty
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Re: EM7565 Verizon support

Post by swwifty » Mon Jun 10, 2019 2:16 pm

You should be able to use a compatible device on their network, and once its registered just swap it over to the EM7565. I had to do that with a MC7455 to get mine to work (it was a process issue with them activating me, more than a technical one).

Lbnaz
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Re: EM7565 Verizon support

Post by Lbnaz » Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:49 pm

Yes, I tried that with a tablet. Activated Sim with the tablet. Tablet was able to get to the internet.
Put Sim in Router, It did connect, and then shortly after Verizon De registered me.
I know the modem and router are fine as they presently are working on a ATT plan.
I could try to buy a used panatech modem & use that to get a line & then try that Sim. I don't mind spending the $20 if it would work. This is what I did with the tablet with no success.

xdavidx
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Re: EM7565 Verizon support

Post by xdavidx » Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:56 pm

Did you try the trick of setting the TTL to 64/65/117?

https://ltehacks.com/viewtopic.php?t=330

Lbnaz
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Re: EM7565 Verizon support

Post by Lbnaz » Mon Jun 10, 2019 10:30 pm

Yes, tried 64, 65 & 117. all had the same effect.

xdavidx
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Re: EM7565 Verizon support

Post by xdavidx » Mon Jun 10, 2019 11:48 pm

Sorry, I'm not a Verizon guy. That's the extent of my knowledge about Verizon. :(

I do have hotspot with them, but it doesn't have a removable sim. Is it possible that the APN information is wrong?

Lbnaz
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Re: EM7565 Verizon support

Post by Lbnaz » Tue Jun 11, 2019 12:56 pm

I am absolutely sure APN is Correct. it is the same as my tablet or phone. both on the same plan.
I would be interested on how the mc7455 owners get on verizon I would think it would be the same.

swwifty
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Re: EM7565 Verizon support

Post by swwifty » Wed Jun 12, 2019 6:38 am

Lbnaz wrote:
Tue Jun 11, 2019 12:56 pm
I am absolutely sure APN is Correct. it is the same as my tablet or phone. both on the same plan.
I would be interested on how the mc7455 owners get on verizon I would think it would be the same.
I had to get a supported 4G modem, and get it registered with that. Then move the sim into the MC7455.

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Re: EM7565 Verizon support

Post by Lbnaz » Thu Jun 13, 2019 1:12 am

Thanks for the reply. Did you put Sim in the supported modem first or just use that modems IMED to get a sim?
I was thinking of getting a used Panatec modem off ebay and trying that.

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Re: EM7565 Verizon support

Post by RockyinNM » Thu Jun 13, 2019 8:16 pm

This is what worked for me.
I have a (post paid) account--that is where they bill me monthly--I did try the (pre-paid) unlimited plan at $70.00@ month (to expensive) also it did show that it was in the 7455-but it was not a problem at the time as it was (unlimited)--that said---

I went back to my prepaid unlimited account-but my tablet sim was limited to 15 gigs hotspot use, so I used the link posted above, changed my TTL to 117--BIG shout out to Jim Helms--thank you sir!!

So my tablet sim on pre paid cost me $20.00@ month--with the hotspot use masked--$17.00@ month with military discount--can't beat that!!
Rocky

PS: forgot to mention, if you use the Pantech sim on postpaid--it knows it is a HOTSPOT only and limited to 15 gigs--The tablet on the account is truly unlimited-but if used as a hotspot then only 15 gigs--hope this makes (some) sense--let us know how it goes.
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