umtsmon is a tool to handle UMTS (3G) devices in Linux This is a port to TDE from https://sourceforge.net/p/umtsmon/
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README.md

umtsmon

umtsmon is a tool to handle UMTS (3G) devices in Linux

This is a port to TDE from https://sourceforge.net/p/umtsmon/

Someone called Hans asked on the debian user list following

Subject: "General question about libs"

I would like to rebuild or repack an old application, which needs a library,
which is no more used in debian. Due to this orphaned lib, this package can no
more installed.

The lib, which is responsible is "libqt3-mt".  I believe, there might be a
successor for this special lib.

It turned out this is all about “umtsmon” tool that would handle umts usb-stick(s).

The code is located at https://sourceforge.net/p/umtsmon/code/

I ported and build quickly. There were and still are couple of issues, but builds are reproducable.

I am not sure however if it works. The OP will report.