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?


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Huawei has posted an update for mobile sticks drivers for Hilink products you can use this.

For the other devices (that use mobile partner or mobile WiFi): visit this link and then click software section; you'll find the driver for your device.


I flashed my Huawei e3372h-153 with Stick firmware and I'm able to connect via modem in Catalina. Instructions here. The developer of this app needs to update it to work with this version of macOS. Contact the developer for more information.


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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