Linux USB driver

I would like to connect my Nokia 3 to my Linux computer via USB, to copy photos and such.

Linux USB driver

Disasterboy Disasterboy
 /  edited October 2017
I would like to connect my Nokia 3 to my Linux computer via USB, to copy photos and such.

From a first quick connect there doesn't seem to be a Linux USB driver. I expect there's most of what's required in the android core. Nice to be able to connect to windows or OSX.

I will have another try but if its already possible I and thereare instructions, that would be handy too.

Comments

  • user389 user389
    ✭✭✭  /  edited October 2017

    When connected via a USB data cable to a Mate Desktop Linux, my Nokia 6 prompts whether to allow file transfer. The default is recharge only.

    The USB options appear in a notification in the top menu on the phone.


    I did not install additional drivers on the PC. Phone as modem via USB works too with the standard drivers in Linux (it mimics an Ethernet connection).


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    Hans

  • Bhavesh Bhavesh
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    Yes. This is what power users need. Also I guess it might be fair for me to share my other similar request here: https://community.phones.nokia.com/support/discussions/topics/7000011421
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