Skip to comments.How to print phone pics?
Posted on 12/10/2012 5:06:25 PM PST by ex-snook
My family sends pics to my phone. How do I print the ones I want to keep?
You should be able to connect your phone to the computer with a USB cord. Import to your photography software and work from there.
Not sure about this one, but...maybe your SIM card will have the pics on it, maybe use a card reader??
Send to your Email account, no?
Put your phone on a good color copier :-)
An i-phone charging cord can be used to download to a pc.
My phone uses a micro SD card. I make sure the images are on that card, remove the card from my phone and plug it into an adapter that I can use on my laptop or any other PC. A cable should work but I have never been able to get it to.
You also have Photo Kiosks with IR technology that you can send it to.
Take a picture of your phone picture with a real
(Film) camera and take the roll to Walmart. - a film bigot.
In my experience, that's certainly the easiest and most straightforward method.
There maybe other ways but I just send them to my email drag them to my desk top, and print.
I fowrard phone pics to my email account. Then download it to a flashdrive. Take the flashdrive to walmart and print a picture at the photo center.
Send them to Walgreens photo dept for printing.
My epson printer lets me send directly from my phonr to the printer through its app.
Don’t know what kind of phone you have, but I print directly from my iPhone via a HP ePrint app.
It is free, as opposed to e-mail.
Personally I think Walmart's picture quality isn't as good as Walgreens or the quality of their camera department help.
One thing that might trip you up is some cell phone pics are low resolution and make pretty poor enlargements.
Epson XP 300
I have an android phone and use a free app called cloud print. You can print right from your phone. It links to your Google account. You also have to be signed into Google on the computer your printer is connected to.
Hire a professional artist to make portraits of the pictures you’re really fond of.
Take a picture of it with your webcam.
If you have a multi-function printer like most of us, place the phone on it displaying the pic and do a photocopy. Easy.
Can you email them to yourself/ your email on the computer and print them that way?
Tahe your phone to Wallgreens and let them do it.
If you have Google Chrome (latest update) you can use Google Cloud print to print directly from your smart phone.
You do have to have a gmail account.
Once you have a gmail account and Chrome, download the google cloud print app and activate it with your email and password.
Then go into Chrome, go into settings, scroll down to the bottom of the page, look for advanced settings. When you click on that, go down to the bottom and find Google Cloud Print. Click manage printers and follow from there. It’s VERY simple. Works great.
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