My system (Solus Gnome ed.) sees the device correctly with Mediatek mt7610u chip but it does not have the correct drivers.
I found this guide where he explains how to download and install a working version.
Here the link: https://unix.stackexchange.com/question ... er-install
...but I can not install them, it gives me an error during the "make" with the compiler: bin2h.c: 28: 10: fatal error: stdio.h: File or directory does not exist
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Steps: Unplug Wifi dongle from USB update your sources and upgrade if any sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade install gnu compiler collection sudo apt-get install build-essential lets install git sudo apt-get install git get sources git clone https://email@example.com/sanrath/mediatek_mt7610u_sta_driver_linux-64bit.git if you have cloned already cd mediatek_mt7610u_sta_driver_linux-64bit git pull build driver cd mediatek_mt7610u_sta_driver_linux-64bit make clean make sudo make install There should not be any errors in last commands After the last command connect your USB Wifi adapter to any USB port. Now it must have listed all visible wifi signals(SSIDs). Connect to internet open a browser and test internet !!