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Further to your recent reply to a query about connecting USB devices to a
Nexus 7 Android tablet, does it work with 3G dongles?
Michael Dalton, by email
Yes-ish... Some 3G dongles can be persuaded to work on Android devices using a free app from Google Play called PPP Widget but it’s a bit hit and miss. If you have a smartphone it’s probably easier to connect or ‘tether’ it to your tablet, or use a mobile wireless hotspot app.