Since Catalina dropped 32-bit support my LTE router, Huawei E3372 Hi-Link, stopped working. Is there any 64-bit driver(?) available to make the device work again?

Before, after plugging in the stick an Apple Script was auto-run and router admin interface located at was opened automatically.

Now the Volume called HiLink is mounted but the app cannot be started since it's 32-bit.

The solutions to make Huawei work with Mojave don’t work for me.

Where can I find a workaround app or update?


Huwei has posted an update for mobile sticks drivers for Hilink products you can use this : https://consumer-tkb.huawei.com/tkbapp/downloadWebsiteService?websiteId=1697201

for the other devices (that use mobile partner or mobile wifi): visit this link https://consumer.huawei.com/en/support/search/ and then click software section you'll find the driver for your device

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I have a Huawei WIFI mini 2 (which is different than yours) and I contacted their customer services, they responded very quickly and sent me a new driver by email within 1 day. Now my problem is solved and they told me that they will release new drivers very soon.

I am assuming Huawei is working on a driver for your device too.

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I flashed my Huawei e3372h-153 with Stick firmware and I'm able to connect via modem in Catalina. Instructions here.

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