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Can I uninstall Wind configuration on my ZTE modem?

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#1 Untilitpasses


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Posted 29 May 2016 - 03:55 AM

First of all, thank you for taking the effort to read and reply. I'm new here, searched the forum so as not to repeat topics. I figure it's so specific chances are slim.

I'm running Windows 7.
The modem in question is ZTE ZXV10 H108L.
It's configured in such a way that it doesn't allow access to the default IP 

It instead opts for a greek ISP ip (Wind in this case.) (It was bought in that country.)

And the settings don't allow me to set it up where I live. My country is not even visible in the drop list. (Whereas it's visible in the factory settings and even previous, less developed zte modems.) 

Should I simply get a new one or is there a way to "uninstall" the WIND settings and restore the modem to it's original, non-isp branded settings?
People root their phones and jailbreak stuff, so I figure it s doable.

I realize it's probably a very specialized topic to have skills upon, so, if nothing, at least point me to a direction you'd think is more likely to have some answers. (Although it doesn't have to be, it's enough to know if there's a way to get a clean slate out of the modem.)

I tried restoring through reset etc. Obviously it's made to withstand that.
Any help/ideas?

Thank you. I've worked in SEO in the past and have a lot of respect for forum etiquette, so I apologize in advance if I broke any.

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