USB_ModeSwitch for Huawei Vodafone K5161h E3372

Greetings, sorry for my bad English.
How can I recover the USB_ModeSwitch of the Huawei Vodafone K5161h 4G LTE USB Dongle also called LTE PK HUAWEI E3372?
Thank you.

First make sure usb_modeswitch is not installed or disabled and show the result of
cat /sys/kernel/debug/usb/devices

I thank you for the answer.
I'll explain better what I have to do.
I have a D-Link router where I would like to use the Huawei Vodafone K5161h - E3372 USB stick for the data connection.
In the router I have to enter the parameters:
Vendor ID (hex):
Product ID (hex):
Final Vendor ID (hex):
Final Product IDs (hex):
Final Interface Class (hex):
Contents of Messages:
I'm using Windows 11 and I don't know how to use USB_ModeSwitch.
Can you kindly help me?
Thank you.

How all this related to OpenWrt?

I thought someone on the forum had these parameters.

You can probably find them, if you boot a Linux live image.

I thank you for the answer.
I want to correct the name of the USB modem key, the correct acronym is Vodafone K5161h - Huawei E3372h-320 - 4GLTE CDC-Ethernet.
This USB modem key is installed as Composite USB Device, USB Mass Storage Device, Remote NDIS-based Internet Sharing Device, USB Mobile Broadband Network Card Module, CD-ROM.
Unfortunately I don't use Linux.
With Windows 11 I connected the USB modem stick, I used the Get-PnpDevice | command in powershell. Format-List.
I managed to get the vendor id and product id code, but not Final Vendor ID (hex), Final Product IDs (hex), Final Interface Class (hex).
How do I get these other values?
Thank you.

That's why you were told to use a live image.

Can you please explain to me what the "Contents of Messages" code is for?
Under Linux can I get all that data?
Can I use the Linux version under Windows?
Can you explain how to do it and which command should I use?
Thank you.

You already asked your question at usb_modeswitch forum, I suggest you wait for response there.

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