Verizon updates VZAccess Manager software for Lion

Mac owners with a Verizon Wireless mobile broadband device can finally update their system to Lion. Verizon’s VZ Access Manager software, which is required to connect to the carrier’s mobile broadband network, is now compatible with the latest version of Apple’s OS X software. The following devices are now supported in this much needed update:

  • LG VL600
  • LTE Novatel USB551L
  • Pantech UML190
  • Pantech UML290

Additional broadband devices will be added in August, with the exception of devices that do not work in 64-bit mode. Verizon provides a list of these legacy devices on its software update page. You can also keep an eye on this page to find out when the updated version of VZ Access Manager is released.

Verizon updates VZAccess Manager software for Lion originally appeared on TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Tue, 02 Aug 2011 14:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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