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MiFi 2200 update brings always-on mode, more

updated 01:20 pm EDT, Mon October 26, 2009

MiFi 2200 now supports BB Curve, Nintendo DS

Novatel's MiFi 2200 has recently benefitted from a firmware update that has upgraded much of its functions. The device connects to either Sprint's or Verizon's EVDO Revision A Internet connection and shares with up to five compatible devices across an 802.11g Wi-Fi network. Most notably, the new software allows the modem to never enter hibernation mode when it is plugged into a wall outlet instead of running off its built-in battery, and is now compatible with the Nintendo DS and BlackBerry Curve.

Otherwise, the modem now functions properly when roaming internationally, and additions in the Administration page includes a Fixed Roaming indicator, Sprint Only mode, international access, the Wi-Fi channel now defaulting to Auto and newfound DHCP IP support for class A, B and C. [via Zatz Not Funny]






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