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Transfer files with Nokia Express Music 5320 is very easy. Just connect the CA-101 to your Nokia 5320 then plug into your Ubuntu.

From Nokia Express 5320 menu , select ‘Mass Storage‘.

In few seconds, it will be recognized as a USB storage. You can create any directories that you want.

I suggest to create based on category so it will easier for you to browse your files in the future.
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Go to directory in your PC and select files that you want to copy.
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Sending files via bluetooth from your PC to Nokia Express is not difficult using gnome-obex-send. As long as your bluetooth device is recognized by Ubuntu then it can be done. I use regular cheap USB bluetooth. The brand is ‘Le Taec’, made in Taiwan.
Before we start, don’t forget to turn on your Nokia Bluetooth.


Step 1. Configure your bluetooth device
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Open your Linux Terminal (Applications > Accessories > Terminal).

- Type ‘sudo hciconfig -a hci0 up’ to turn on your bluetooth device.

- Type ‘hciconfig -a hci0‘ to check the USB status.

- Type ‘hcitool scan‘ to search the available device around. As you see at the screen below, I found a device named ‘Ida’. The information that we need is the id code.

- Copy the id code by select the code using your mouse cursor, press right mouse button then select ‘copy’ menu.
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