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does anyone have any information about using a verizon lg vL600 4g air card with mac software. it's not compatible with mac but can be configured to work.???
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This quote from a web article and review of the 4G modem should tell you that it won't work with your MacBook. You'll have to wait until Verizon supplies drivers for OS X.

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The most likely victims are Apple’s MacBook and MacBook Pro ranges, the USB ports on which are closely clustered on the side. Still, at the moment there’s no point in hooking up the VL600, since there are no Mac drivers for the modem. Verizon tells us they’re “working quickly” to address that, but there’s no public timescale for their release.
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