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Hi Everybody

I just started the Arduino UNO on a MacBookPro, the lights all turn up and blink BUT my Mac recognizes the Arduino UNO as a network interface/usbmodem.

I uninstalled the software of my wireless modem, because it popped up every time, I connected the UNO. But still the same behavior.

What can I do?
Do I have to install anything else, than the Arduino software?
I also installed the drivers, which are for previous boards.
But it seems that is not relevant for this board.

In serial ports I get this options when I hook up the UNO:

/dev/tty.usbmodem411
/dev/cu.usbmodem411

Any help would be great!

Thanks for the time and attention!!
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BUT my Mac recognizes the Arduino UNO as a network interface/usbmodem.

It does don't worry they all do it. Just don't bother to configure it when it pops up. Use the tty version of the device from the arduino's tools menu.
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Fantastic! Works! Thanks!
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