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Your Android device can do so much. It manages your contacts, handles your email, lets you work with documents, and more. ...
If needed, you can also find an application that will allow you to print right from your Android phone!
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How to Print from Your Android Phone
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Hi! This Mike Callahan, Dr File Finder and welcome to your butterscotch.com tutorial on how to print from your Android phone. If you go into the android market and search on print, you’ll finder a number of options. The one we’re looking at here is called printer share, it’s free. There's also pro-version for $4.95 and you see here, we’re in here. We tap the menu key on our Android phone. Select nearby printers.
Now, it’s scanning looking for wired or wireless printers in the vicinity. So it’s found that one. So now, let’s tap back and let’s select print calendar. Bringing up the calendar, so printer net selected. So once again, we tap the menu key, select nearby printers, highlight the HP office jet and you highlight whatever printer is appropriate for you. And now, it brings up a notification that there's users action.
We need to install some drivers and that it’s free and we can do it right now. You need to make sure your SD card has at least 4-megabyte of space. So let’s tap and here it’s telling us that we need to upgrade in order to print to a nearby printer. So let’s print the test page instead and I believe you can hear that in the background. Well that’s my HP6300 firing it up and printing. So this is a cool boy that you can print e-mails, calendars, and documents, anything you need right from your Android phone.
So, that’s printing from your Android phone. There are number of solutions possible in the Android market. And that’s all there is to it.