|Step 1: Press the Notification Window and Select the Settings.|
|Step 2: In the following screen, make sure Wi-Fi is switched OFF.
Wi-Fi and internet dongle cannot be operated simultaneously .
|Step 3: Connect your USB Dongle / Data Card and click on More option.|
|Step 4: In about 1-2 minutes, the signal strength indicator will show up (to the left of the battery status indicator as shown here).
“Mobile Network options” option would be available only after a dongle is connected
|Step 5: Now click on Mobile Networks option|
|Step 6: In the following screen ensure, "Data enabled" option is switched ON.
If not, switch it ON by selecting the same.
|Step 7: Now, Click on Access Point Names Option|
|Step 8: In the following screen depending upon the USB Dongle connected if there is an existing APN setting available, the same will be shown in the list of APNs.
If no APN settings is shown then skip to Step 13
|Step 9: To edit the existing APN click on the same|
|Step 10: Enter data card specific Information in the Fields provided. Appendix A below has this information for various commonly used dongles.”.|
|Step 11: Once you are done entering the data card specific information, press Back button to save.|
|Step 12: Now, you will see the APN you just created in the list of APNs as shown here. Select the radio button next to it to enable it.
Once enabled, the radio button will go Blue as shown here.
Now skip to Step 16.
|Step 13: If no APN settings is shown then click the MENU button|
|Step 14: Select "New APN"|
|Step 15: Please follow Steps 10-12.|
|Step 16: About 1-2 minute's time after the APN is enabled, the status bar will show the 3G logo as shown here.
This indicates that the internet connection has been successfully established.
Your tablet is now connected to the internet
For details regarding APN settings details for various Internet Service Providers in India please refer to the link below
For the list of supported USB dongles for HCL ME Tab
* The list of Dongles may be removed/Modified by HCL Infosystems without prior notice