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Windows 10 using eSIM functionality MV31-W

Showcase, November 2, 2020 - 4:00pm, 5587 views

Setting up your laptop/PC to download an MNO subscriber profile to MV31-W "SIM 2" eSIM

See related ABI report: 


Read Microsoft pre-requisites for using an eSIM enabled device

 - Windows 10 (Version 1803 or newer) installed on your laptop/PC*
 - A cellular modem with an eSIM (such as MV31-W “SIM2”)
 - Cellular data plans available in your current location**


Connect your MV31-W module to Windows 10 laptop/PC over USB
 - Please read Thales Application Note 16 to remove older Windows 10 drivers
 - Ensure that “SDX55 Thales USB 20200804 V007 INF” drivers are installed
 - Update MV31-W firmware to using Thales “Firmware Selector Tool


Install Microsoft Windows 10 application “Mobile Plans”
 - Install and then launch Mobile Plans
 - Sign up for a data plan and connect, via eSIM, with MNOs in your area

See related articles:

Can someone provide a driver for mv31-w? I cannot get this through my vendor, thanks


MV31 is MS WHQL certified, so that the MBIM interface of MV31 is as default built-in on Windows ® 10 /11, so that the Mobile Broadband interface is at a plug & play.

With the official kernel update to 5.13, MV31 VID/PID has been added at generic LINUX Kernel driver, so that the MV31 MBIM for cellular data connection is at plug-play as a default under LINUX

What about the firmware selector tool? where can i get that? thanks again!

It would be good to have links to the files that you talk about above. for example: For example: the “SDX55 Thales USB 20200804 V007 INF” file (because I can't find it), and the Firmware Selector Tool.


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