Skip to comments.easiest way to get pics off a galaxy 3 android to print
Posted on 03/06/2014 12:54:53 PM PST by TurboZamboni
does someone make an adapter/cable to go from the phone port to a thumbdrive I can take to it to a photo kiosk to print?
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thanks all you tech-skilled freepers.
It should have a port you can plug a USB cable into. Or just e-mail them to yourself.
Easiest way to print pics is to
e-mail them to another computer,
and print from the computer
My new HP printer has an email address. I just email it anything I want to print as an attachment. So naturally I have it as a contact in my address book.
Or print them via wifi although I haven’t tried this yet.
I always use WiFi File Transfer - Android App to my PC then print the photos from there.
Ya. Pretty cool. And when I tried it it recognized word documents and would print them.
My wife had ours set up to download a new comics page every day. And crossword puzzles and other word games. We were going through the paper pretty quickly and stopped.
Many phones have a slot for a microSSD card. If you store your picture there instead of on the internal memory, you can just pop that out and take it to the printer
Easiest way I’ve found is to set up an acct with a company that does the prints, photobucket, walmart, walgreens, ect. and upload the photos to that acct. There you can edit ect and print them. They will mail them to you or you can pick them up in an hour. Easy and cheap.
Not on mine. My ‘puter is an old POS.
I need a new one soon.
Your phone IS A THUMB DRIVE! just get a USB cable ..your charger cable will do .....one end to the phone and plug the other end in just as you would a thumb drive and you will see the files on you phone just like you would a thumb drive...I use my phone as my thumb drive all the time
1) Connect your phone with a USB cable to your computer and copy the files over
2) Upload the photos from your phone to a photo sharing site like Photobucket, or the Google cloud, then download them to your computer. My phone uploads pics to the Google cloud automatically as I take them, so I don’t have to worry about it.
3) Email them to yourself
4) Use a MicroSD card in your phone, which can be removed from your phone and connected to any computer
Use whatever method is easiest for you.
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