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Huawei E3372 LTE Stick Test – 4G LTE Mall

Those who want to buy a date LTE stick, will certainly choose the Huawei E3372. The stick is very convenient to get on the Internet. Since the Huawei E3372 was launched in the 2014 Autumn, there has been no review for this new LTE Stick. In recent years, Huawei has brought few new LTE sticks monthly on the market and I thought more interesting models with LTE Advanced Cat6 will surely come on the market soon. Here we already have the LTE router Huawei E5786 and the Huawei E5186.

Now I had the opportunity to test the Huawei E3372 and see more details. The full report of LTE stick test is in this article.

AppearanceAs I have already indicated in my introduction, there is no special feature on the Huawei E3372 LTE stick. However, in comparison with older devices, the E3372 is a low-cost model. Huawei is likely to have very low production costs and the LTE stick is also available at very reasonable prices. The direct predecessor Huawei E3276 (also known as Telekom Speed Stick LTE III), for example, had the similar technical data as the E3372, but E3276 has a rotatable USB port, which was very convenient. The E3372 has a compact design and also has its own advantages.

 

The Huawei E3372 is made entirely of plastic, but looks quite stable. No accessories are included with the stick. Only a Quick-Start Guide and Safety Instructions are hidden in the little box.

LTE Cat4 ModemThe modem in the Huawei E3372 allows speeds of up to 150 MBit/s for the downlink and up to 50 Mbit/s for the uplink based on LTE category 4. In the test, I have achieved approximately just 140 MBit/s for download. The latencies were under 20 milliseconds in the LTE network. In the uplink, I could reach about 40 Mbit/s. Of course, the data rate will vary depending on usage and reception situation.

Of course, the Huawei E3372 can also work with UMTS networks including DC-HSPA+ with up to 42.2 Mbit/s in the downlink and 5.76 Mbit/s in the uplink when LTE network is not available. And the GSM and EDGE networks are supported. The LTE modem could support the frequency ranges of 800, 900, 1800, 2100 and 2600 megahertz (both FDD LTE), making it well suited for use in Europe. If you use it in America, it can be only conditionally recommended. In UMTS, it supports dual band (900/2100MHz) and in GSM supports Quadband.

 

If you want to improve reception and data rates, Huawei E3372 could connect an external antenna. Under two covers, there are two CRC-9 ports available to fasten a MIMO antenna. Below is the suitable antenna for Huawei E3372 recommended.

 

If you want to buy the Huawei E3372, click here: http://www.4gltemall.com/4g-antenna-two-crc-9-connector.html

Appliances and SoftwareThe Huawei E3372 is designed to operate on the notebook or desktop PC. User just need plug the LTE stick to a free USB port. After a brief driver installation, the drive already connects to the Internet. The connect software does not need be installed due to “Huawei HiLink”. The complete operation and configuration is performed via the browser, just as you would know from an ordinary DSL router or a MiFi router .The Huawei E3372 automatically recognizes the operator based on the inserted SIM card and takes an appropriate configuration ahead, so you make no further settings.

 

To operate the Huawei E3372, you need a standard mini SIM card in 2FF format, which is currently the largest available SIM-card format. Micro or nano-SIM card with an adapter to go but also easily and adapter can cause the stick no harm. By the way, users can also insert a microSD memory card and use the E3372 as USB memory stick.

 

Operating the RouterThe Huawei E3372 LTE Stick can basically be operated on a wide variety of router models. Here it is important to distinguish: I have tested in my test version “E3372h-153“, which works significantly less router models than the version “E3372s-153“. So small differences exist between h and s. I was able to operate my E3372h successfully with the Dovado Tiny AC  and a Dovado GO. With AVM Fritzbox 7490, the stick did not work.

 

Telekom Speed Stick LTE VTelekom also offers the Huawei E3372 for about a year, named “Telekom Speed Stick LTE V”. It is the 5th generation LTE stick at Telekom as the name suggests.

 

ConclusionThe Huawei E3372 is no doubt a good LTE Stick! Although it doesn’t support current LTE Advanced Cat6 technology for very high data rates, the LTE Cat4 modem makes the stick cut a good figure. The receive and transmit performance is well above average and the latency satisfyingly low. Actually, there is no LTE cat6 stick available now.

 

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Huawei e3372 – GNUton's Blog

A few days back I bought a Huawei E3372 4g usb dongle (mokkula in finnish:D) from DNA Finland for about 50 euros.As any other Huawei surf stick, this device doesn’t work as usb modem but by default it works as a gateway router over usb ethernet.This way of working is called HiLink mode and it would be the best option for most of people out there.. and it would be great for me too if it would have set my computer as bastion host or it would have allowed me to forward a few ports to the internet.Since nothing of that is barely possible, my target was to make this device work as standard USB modem to which I can talk to using standard serial AT commands.

After reading here and there on the internet.. mostly playing with usb_switchmode linux tool and magic strings, I managed to find a simple way to get the USB modem appear among the devices recognized by my computer.. Actually from my raspberry pi.

When I plug the device in my raspberry pi USB port, the device cget recognized as 12d1:1f01 (CD mode) or 12d1:14dc (HiLink mode). Most of the time the raspberry detects it as HiLink device:

[email protected] ~ $ lsusbBus 001 Device 004: ID 12d1:1f01 Huawei Technologies Co., [email protected] ~ $ lsusbBus 001 Device 006: ID 12d1:14dc Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 

To enable the USB serial interfaces I noticed that I must1. Browse http://192.168.8.12. Open a new tab and browse http://192.168.8.1/html/switchProjectMode.htmlFor some reasons you have to browse the home page first.If the switchProjectMode page fails to load, it worked and in this case you can see that the device has switched to a new hidden product mode 0x1442.

[email protected]:/home/gnuton# lsusbBus 001 Device 007: ID 12d1:1442 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 

Here is what the kernel dmesg prints out:[87.580847] cdc_ether 1-1.3:1.0 eth2: unregister 'cdc_ether' usb-bcm2708_usb-1.3, CDC Ethernet Device[242388.323300] usb 1-1.3: new high-speed USB device number 5 using dwc_otg[242388.425042] usb 1-1.3: New USB device found, idVendor=12d1, idProduct=1442[242388.425080] usb 1-1.3: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=0[242388.425097] usb 1-1.3: Product: HUAWEI_MOBILE[242388.425113] usb 1-1.3: Manufacturer: HUAWEI_MOBILE[242388.514729] usbcore: registered new interface driver usbserial[242388.516788] usbcore: registered new interface driver usbserial_generic[242388.517006] usbserial: USB Serial support registered for generic[242388.565603] usbcore: registered new interface driver option[242388.567534] usbserial: USB Serial support registered for GSM modem (1-port)[242388.568183] option 1-1.3:1.0: GSM modem (1-port) converter detected[242388.569567] usb 1-1.3: GSM modem (1-port) converter now attached to ttyUSB0[242388.569849] option 1-1.3:1.1: GSM modem (1-port) converter detected[242388.571140] usb 1-1.3: GSM modem (1-port) converter now attached to ttyUSB1

This process is currently a manual process that could be be automatized with a simple python script, but I would rather try to find the codes the switch to the serial USB mode using some usb messages sent via usb_switchmode command line utility…I’ll update you as soon as I find those… since nothing currently on the internet worked so far.

Here a few details about the HW and SW version of my huawei device

Device name: E3372Hardware version: CL1E3372SM Ver.ASoftware version: 22.286.03.00.182Web UI version: 16.100.05.00.182

PS: Forgot to mention that my raspberry pi B model(at least the one that I own) is not able to power the stick from its usb ports and I have been forced to use a kind of home made powered usb hub to get it working. You could bypass the usb PI fuses if you like to have more current on the USB ports..

UPDATE:After some reading and some hacking I find out quite many interesting things about this device.First of all, there are two different h4372 hardware versions:1. h4372 STICKThose devices have firmware version 21.x.They work as a 3G USB-Modem which accepts PPP commands through PPP-protocol, although the modem cannot reach more than 20-30 MBit in reception in this mode. Beside PPP-mode, it supports NDIS mode too. NDIS emulates a network interface which through the data is transferred. In both cases the computer gets an IP from the provider for the ppp or wan (NDIS) interface since the modem works as network bridge.When the device is plugged in the USB port, the computer recognize it as Virtual CD, a mass storage from where a windows pc may get the drivers.The computer switch the device to modem in a second moment. On Linux the switch works automatically.The firmware on this device is made of two parts: the main firmware and the dashboard. On the internet you can find instruction on how to flash a new firmware on it. You cannot flash a HiLink firmware on these devices.h4372s works great with routers having a USB port.

2. h4372 HILINKHiLink devices have always 22.x as firmware version.The HiLink firmware let the h4372 operate as a router which communicates to your computer through a USB network interface (usb-ethernet-rndis). The computer gets the network settings via DHCP. Usually the computer gets 192.168.168.1 and the h4373 gets 192.168.8.1 as IP. My device doesn’t support port forwarding(web or UPNP) nor DMZ, but maybe those features may be enabled. I should try to find out more on this topic.The web interface at http://192.168.8.1 shows you info about LTE/3G quality signal, send and receive SMS and more.If you like to hack it, this modem supports two special modes: Project and Debug mode.Debug mode should allow you to communicate to the modem through AT commands,The Debug mode provides a network interface along with 6 serial interfaces:

[118524.048898] option 1-5:1.2: GSM modem (1-port) converter detected[118524.049081] usb 1-5: GSM modem (1-port) converter now attached to ttyUSB0 [118524.049181] option 1-5:1.3: GSM modem (1-port) converter detected[118524.049335] usb 1-5: GSM modem (1-port) converter now attached to ttyUSB1 [118524.049434] option 1-5:1.4: GSM modem (1-port) converter detected[118524.049590] usb 1-5: GSM modem (1-port) converter now attached to ttyUSB2 [118524.049688] option 1-5:1.5: GSM modem (1-port) converter detected[118524.049853] usb 1-5: GSM modem (1-port) converter now attached to ttyUSB3[118524.049954] option 1-5:1.6: GSM modem (1-port) converter detected[118524.050111] usb 1-5: GSM modem (1-port) converter now attached to ttyUSB4[118524.050210] option 1-5:1.7: GSM modem (1-port) converter detected[118524.050488] usb 1-5: GSM modem (1-port) converter now attached to ttyUSB5 [118524.050825] usb-storage 1-5:1.8: USB Mass Storage device detected

 

Those 6 serial interfaces are:

  1. Modem/Port for AT commands (ttyUSB0),
  2. VxWorks console (ttyUSB1),
  3. Linux console or what you may see in /dev/console (ttyUSB2),
  4. unknown (ttyUSB3)
  5. unknown (ttyUSB4)
  6. DSP log (ttyUSB5)

The debug interface can be enabled by browsing http://192.168.8.1/html/switchDebugMode.html but that didn’t work for me and switchProjectMode.html doesn’t work anymore for me. The following method to switch mode works perfectly and 100% times reliable:

  1. Get API token by going to http://192.168.8.1/api/webserver/token
  2. echo “<request><mode>1</mode></request>” | curl -X POST -H “__RequestVerificationToken:1099746139” -H “Content-type: text/xml” -d @- http://192.168.8.1/api/device/mode

VxWorks commands can be found here: http://read.pudn.com/downloads153/doc/670753/vxworks_cli_tools_users_guide_6.2.pdfIf you wanna play with HiLink API, please take a look at: https://blog.hqcodeshop.fi/archives/259-Huawei-E5186-AJAX-API.htmlThe firmware consists of two parts: WebUI and the main firmware. The main firmware is based on Android 2.3 and runs a 3.4.5 linux kernel. On some Russian websites it’s possible to find custom firmware that unlock some features and allow you to telnet onto the device and allow you to debug the device through the ADB android tool.Flashing a new firmware on those devices may require an unlock code which can be found on the internet. The unlock code is usually needed when you flash the device for the first time. The code is calculated from the IMEI.Never flash Stick firmware on those HiLink devices.Those devices works only with routers that support usb-rndis.

A ton of information can of information can be found at this page http://4pda.ru/forum/lofiversion/index.php?t582284-3660.html

I have played a little bit with the AT commands.. but I’ll show that in a new post!

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E3372h-607

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Huawei E3372s-153 – 4G LTE Mall

Those who want to buy a date LTE stick, will certainly choose the Huawei E3372. The stick is very convenient to get on the Internet. Since the Huawei E3372 was launched in the 2014 Autumn, there has been no review for this new LTE Stick. In recent years, Huawei has brought few new LTE sticks monthly on the market and I thought more interesting models with LTE Advanced Cat6 will surely come on the market soon. Here we already have the LTE router Huawei E5786 and the Huawei E5186.

Now I had the opportunity to test the Huawei E3372 and see more details. The full report of LTE stick test is in this article.

AppearanceAs I have already indicated in my introduction, there is no special feature on the Huawei E3372 LTE stick. However, in comparison with older devices, the E3372 is a low-cost model. Huawei is likely to have very low production costs and the LTE stick is also available at very reasonable prices. The direct predecessor Huawei E3276 (also known as Telekom Speed Stick LTE III), for example, had the similar technical data as the E3372, but E3276 has a rotatable USB port, which was very convenient. The E3372 has a compact design and also has its own advantages.

 

The Huawei E3372 is made entirely of plastic, but looks quite stable. No accessories are included with the stick. Only a Quick-Start Guide and Safety Instructions are hidden in the little box.

LTE Cat4 ModemThe modem in the Huawei E3372 allows speeds of up to 150 MBit/s for the downlink and up to 50 Mbit/s for the uplink based on LTE category 4. In the test, I have achieved approximately just 140 MBit/s for download. The latencies were under 20 milliseconds in the LTE network. In the uplink, I could reach about 40 Mbit/s. Of course, the data rate will vary depending on usage and reception situation.

Of course, the Huawei E3372 can also work with UMTS networks including DC-HSPA+ with up to 42.2 Mbit/s in the downlink and 5.76 Mbit/s in the uplink when LTE network is not available. And the GSM and EDGE networks are supported. The LTE modem could support the frequency ranges of 800, 900, 1800, 2100 and 2600 megahertz (both FDD LTE), making it well suited for use in Europe. If you use it in America, it can be only conditionally recommended. In UMTS, it supports dual band (900/2100MHz) and in GSM supports Quadband.

 

If you want to improve reception and data rates, Huawei E3372 could connect an external antenna. Under two covers, there are two CRC-9 ports available to fasten a MIMO antenna. Below is the suitable antenna for Huawei E3372 recommended.

 

If you want to buy the Huawei E3372, click here: http://www.4gltemall.com/4g-antenna-two-crc-9-connector.html

Appliances and SoftwareThe Huawei E3372 is designed to operate on the notebook or desktop PC. User just need plug the LTE stick to a free USB port. After a brief driver installation, the drive already connects to the Internet. The connect software does not need be installed due to “Huawei HiLink”. The complete operation and configuration is performed via the browser, just as you would know from an ordinary DSL router or a MiFi router .The Huawei E3372 automatically recognizes the operator based on the inserted SIM card and takes an appropriate configuration ahead, so you make no further settings.

 

To operate the Huawei E3372, you need a standard mini SIM card in 2FF format, which is currently the largest available SIM-card format. Micro or nano-SIM card with an adapter to go but also easily and adapter can cause the stick no harm. By the way, users can also insert a microSD memory card and use the E3372 as USB memory stick.

 

Operating the RouterThe Huawei E3372 LTE Stick can basically be operated on a wide variety of router models. Here it is important to distinguish: I have tested in my test version “E3372h-153“, which works significantly less router models than the version “E3372s-153“. So small differences exist between h and s. I was able to operate my E3372h successfully with the Dovado Tiny AC  and a Dovado GO. With AVM Fritzbox 7490, the stick did not work.

 

Telekom Speed Stick LTE VTelekom also offers the Huawei E3372 for about a year, named “Telekom Speed Stick LTE V”. It is the 5th generation LTE stick at Telekom as the name suggests.

 

ConclusionThe Huawei E3372 is no doubt a good LTE Stick! Although it doesn’t support current LTE Advanced Cat6 technology for very high data rates, the LTE Cat4 modem makes the stick cut a good figure. The receive and transmit performance is well above average and the latency satisfyingly low. Actually, there is no LTE cat6 stick available now.

 

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Huawei E3372 4G Surfstick| Huawei E3372s-153

Huawei E3372 is a new 4G USB Stick with Category 4 like Huawei E3272 to support LTE download speed to 150Mbps and upload speed to 50Mbps. Huawei E3372 is not available for Germany operator Telekom and the customized model is Telekom Speedstick LTE V (Huawei E3372s-153).

Huawei E3372 is with Huawei Hilink System, which can connect in 15 seconds. Besides LTE, Huawei E3372 also supports DC-HSPA+/HSPA+/HSDPA and 2G GSM/GPRS/EDGE.

Huawei E3372s-153 High Speed Surfstick Technical Specifications:

* Form Type: 4G USB Stick

* Chipset: Huawei HiSilicon V7R2

 

Huawei E3372s-153(same as Huawei E3370 or M150-2):

- 4G (LTE) Frequency Band 1/3/7/8/20 (800/900/1800/2100/2600 MHz)- 3G UMTS: 900/2100 MHz- 2G GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz

Huawei E3372h-607:

- 4G: LTE Band 1/3/7/8/28/40 (FDD 700/900/1800/2100/2600 MHz, TDD 2300 MHz )- 3G: WCDMA(UMTS) DC-HSPA+/HSPA+/HSPA/UMTS 900/2100MHz - 2G: GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900MHz

Huawei E3372h-510:

- 4G: LTE Band 1/2/4/5/7/28 (FDD 700/850/1700/1900/2100/2600 MHz )- 3G: WCDMA(UMTS) DC-HSPA+/HSPA+/HSPA/UMTS (850/1900/2100/1700 MHz)- 2G: GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900MHz

 

Huawei E3372h-603: unknown yet

Huawei E3372h-153: 

- 4G (LTE) Frequency Band 1/3/7/8/20 (800/900/1800/2100/2600 MHz)- 3G UMTS: 900/2100 MHz- 2G GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz

 

* LTE Download Speed up 150 MBit/s

* LTE Upload-Speed bis zu 50 MBit/s

* 3G (UMTS) Frequenzen 900/2100 MHz

* DC-HSPA+ speed up to 43,2 MBit/s

* HSPA+ speed up to 21,6 MBit/s

* HSDPA speed up to 14,4 MBit/s

* HSUPA speed up to 5,76 MBit/s

* 2G (GSM) Frequency 850/900/1800/1900 MHz (Quadband)

* 2 X 2 MIMO

* 2 external antenna connectors (CRC-9 type, buy Huawei E3372 4G Antenna)

* Support microSD™ card up to 32 GB

* Dimensions: 88 mm x 28 mm x 11,5 mm

* Weight: 50g

* Support Windows XP, Vista, 7/8, Mac OS 10.7 or later

 

Huawei E3372h-607 images(Huawei & Airtel Logo):

 

Huawei E3372 4G indoor antenna:

http://www.4gltemall.com/4g-antenna-two-crc-9-connector.html

 

 

 Huawei E3372 4G outdoor antenna:

http://www.4gltemall.com/4g-lte-outdoor-antenna-2-x-crc-9-connectors.html

 

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Huawei E3372h-153 · GitHub

Working Huawei E3372h-153 SETPORT mappings replacing A1,A2 with FF turns off need for usb_modeswitch AT^SETPORT="A1,A2;12,1,16,A1,A2" ^GETPORTMODE: TYPE: WCDMA: huawei,PCUI:0,MDM:1,NDIS:2,CDROM:3,SD:4, AT^SETPORT="A1,A2;1,12,16,A1,A2" ^GETPORTMODE: TYPE: WCDMA: huawei,MDM:0,PCUI:1,NDIS:2,CDROM:3,SD:4, AT^SETPORT="A1,A2;10,12,16,A1,A2" ^GETPORTMODE: TYPE: WCDMA: huawei,MDM:0,PCUI:1,NDIS:2,CDROM:3,SD:4, AT^SETPORT="FF;10,12,16" ^GETPORTMODE: TYPE: WCDMA: huawei,MDM:0,PCUI:1,NDIS:2, AT^SETPORT="FF;5,10,12,16" ^GETPORTMODE: TYPE: WCDMA: huawei,GPS:0,MDM:1,PCUI:2,NDIS:3, AT^SETPORT="FF;12,16" ^GETPORTMODE: TYPE: WCDMA: huawei,PCUI:0,NDIS:1, AT^SETPORT="FF;10,12,16,5,A" ^GETPORTMODE: TYPE: WCDMA: huawei,MDM:0,PCUI:1,NDIS:2,GPS:3,BT:4, this seems to work with windows mobile partner AT^SETPORT="FF;12,10,16" ^GETPORTMODE: TYPE: WCDMA: huawei,PCUI:0,MDM:1,NDIS:2, ndis connection on PCUI port, couln't get this to work AT^NDISDUP=1,1,"4g.tele2.ee" AT^DHCP? ATI - display information about the modem and imei AT + CLAC - list of supported commands AT ^ FHVER - Check software version and modem AT ^ VERSION? - Firmware version AT ^ CARDLOCK? - Check the status of a modem lock and the number of attempts to enter the unlock code: CONNECT response: CARDLOCK: A, B, 0 A = 2 the modem is enabled A = 1 modem is locked - SimLock A = 3, you used up all 10 attempts to enter the code B - number of remaining attempts to enter the unlock code (default is 10) AT ^ CARDLOCK = "unlock code" - enter the unlock code (8 digits) AT + CSQ - View the signal strength AT ^ SYSINFOEX - which network in the currently logged modem AT ^ SETPORT =? - Mapping of possible port configurations AT ^ SETPORT? - Displays the current port configuration AT ^ SETPORT = "combination" - switch ports required in combination, for example, AT ^ SETPORT = "A1, A2; 10,12,16, A1, A2" AT ^ RESET - reboot of the modem (needed after SETPORT) alot of info about this and kinda similar E3372s modem http://4pda.ru/forum/index.php?showtopic=582284&st=600 non hilink firmware https://3ginfo.ru/downloads1431.html because hilink sucks for advanced things some more info http://habrahabr.ru/post/233007/ my modem flash code Flash 64928896

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Flashing a Huawei E3372h 4G LTE stick from Hilink to Stick mode – 0xf8.org

The Huawei E3372 is quite a popular LTE stick: it’s widely available (in retail stores, on eBay and also in branded variations, eg. “Telekom Speedstick V”, “Megafon M150-2”) and rather affordable (currently starting at €60 in Germany). It features a LTE Cat 4 modem supporting up to 150 MBit/s download and up to 50 MBit/s upload speeds, falls back to (DC-)HSPA(+), UMTS and EDGE, if necessary, and has quite small dimensions (88m x 28mm x 11.5mm).

The bad news is that the E3372 comes in one of two variants:

  • with a “Hilink” firmware (version numbers 22.x) the stick appears to the USB host as an Ethernet device, runs an own DHCP server and provides a Web interface at the IP address 192.168.8.1 to control its router operation. This also means it will do the network address translation (NAT) for you and has some sort of firewall, which, at least in the version I had (see below) was not configurable at all. Sticks that come with the Hilink firmware seem to carry the model code E3372h-xxx.
  • with a “Stick” firmware (version numbers 21.x) the stick appears to the USB host with two USB serial devices one of which exposes an AT-style interface over which both PPP (slow) and NCM (Network Control Model, part of the USB implementers forum Communications Device Class (CDC) class of protocols for providing Ethernet-over-USB style networking, faster) modes can be employed. In this mode the interface created exposes the IP address assigned by the mobile network directly, ie. there is no NAT. Sticks that come with the stick firmware seem to carry the model code E3372s-xxx (but see below).

Hilink mode is practical for most users because they likely need no special drivers to use the LTE stick but it’s disadvantageous if you want to provide services to the Internet. Unfortunately you can’t see from the outside whether you get a E3372h or a E3372s unless you can slide the stick’s cap off to access the SIM slot (see the gallery). It is, luckily, possible to flash a stick with the respective opposite kind of firmware, eg. a Hilink firmware stick with a Stick firmware and vice versa. However this process can get a bit cumbersome as quite a lot of information on the Web is incomplete, outdated or in a foreign language.

The stick I bought carried the following version information:

Model code Hardware version Software version Web UI version
E3372h-153 E3372h: Apparantly sold with Hilink firmware, E3372s: Apparantly sold with stick firmware (but see below)E3372x-yyy: Apparantly a region-specific code, couldn’t find its exact meaning however
CL2E3372HM I have no info on the detailed meaning of this.
22.200.15.02.1217 All Hilink firmwares use a 22.x version number.
17.100.12.01.1217 The Web UI gets flashed separately from the Hilink firmware (first the Web UI, then the Hilink firmware). With a stick firmware the Web UI is inactive.

The following describes the steps that did not work for me to flash a stick firmware and those that did. Note that my stick wasn’t SIM-locked or anything and I didn’t flash from stick to Hilink firmware, so I didn’t need an unlock code or something like that.

What did NOT work for me

  • Instructions that report that mode switching would be a simple as accessing an URL such as http://192.168.8.1/html/switchProjectMode.html. As this finnish blog post points out, this appears to have worked with older E3372s versions only. Note that this seems to imply that there were E3372s versions with Hilink firmware, too.
  • Sending a specially crafted XML packet to the Hilink API as described in Ivan’s post gave me just a pretty useless error message.
  • Flashing under Windows 10. Something changed in between 7 and 10 that hinders almost all flashing tutorials given. I had to explicitly install Windows 7 on a spare SSD to get further (but then flashing didn’t work for other reasons). Your mileage may vary.
  • The flash instructions given eg. in said blog post and others such as in the widely distributed E3372h-Nadelmethode-mmtk.rar (involving Huawei official .exe files) and those given in this internet-sim.at blog post (using a Huawei_Flasher_v2.exe) did not work either. I kept receiving Code 13 error messages.

What worked for me

Following the first four steps from this lteforum.at post, which have the advantage that they work without a Windows installation as well:

  1. I cloned the forth42/balong-usbdload and forth42/balongflash repos from Github and compiled the software (which is pretty easy, given it has no special requirements).
  2. I physically opened the LTE stick and used the “needle method” as demonstrated in this YouTube video by a clever Russian: you effectively shorten a test point of the stick’s PCB to Ground when plugging the stick into the USB port which seems to put it into some special bootloader mode. Watch Windows’ device manager resp. syslog for a newly detected USB serial port.
  3. I then used the balong-usbdload utility to put the stick into a special, non-persistent download mode (note the use of sudo, the balong utilities need to run as root): sudo balong-usbdload -p /dev/ttyUSB0 usblsafe-3372h.bin. Of course you need to use the right ttyUSBX device (try lsusb, e.g. it might be ttyUSB1 or ttyUSB2 in your case).
  4. Afterwards I could flash the stick firmware with balong_flash: sudo balong_flash -p /dev/ttyUSB0 3372h-153_UPDATE_21.180.01.00.00.BIN (taken from this a bit confusing lteforum.at thread).

And that’s it! Note that I didn’t select that particular stick firmware version intentionally. I haven’t found a changelog of some kind between the different firmware revisions yet.

EDIT 21-Nov-2017: Added the missing -p option to the balong-usbflash command as well as the use of sudo. Thanks to Benjamin Berger for notifying me.

EDIT 14-Jan-2018: Reflected renamed balong utilities. Thanks to Josef Hölzl for notifying me.

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