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Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by zen3, Dec 31, 2012.

  1. zen3

    zen3 Lurker
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    Went from the iPhone 5 to s galaxy s3. Incredably happy I made the jump. Just a few issues. 1) I bought a hp printer that is wifi, and also was compatatable with air print. Is there a app that makes printing easy and strait forward for the s3? Also I would like to print out many pages of texts from my phone. Can I move the whole conversation to my micro card then print? Or is there another way that is not so entailed? More issues to come regaurding compatibility.

  2. Harry2

    Harry2 Extreme Android User

    Have a look at 'HP ePrint Home&Biz', free in Play Store :)

  3. valorian

    valorian Android Expert

    Were you given the option to create an email address for your printer when you set it up?

    My HP WiFi printer created an email address for my printer during the setup. Any pictures or documents I want to print out, all I have to do is send it to my printers email address. You even get an email reply letting you know if it was successful or not.
  4. zen3

    zen3 Lurker
    Thread Starter

    Thanks omar days. Installed it updated a driver. Recognizes my printet. Now just have to print out a test page.
  5. itsallgood

    itsallgood Android Expert

    I have an Atrix 4G. All I have to do to print documents and pictures, is select "share" and from the available app options, chose HP ePrint Home & Biz to send it to the printer. (No need to send it by email.) You can even select the size, color and how many copies. With an email and attachments, I can send it to my HP printer to print the email along with the attachments. It works really well and I love how easy it is to print. You can even send stuff to print when not at home right from your mobile device. Now how cool is that.

    As far as printing text messages, you might have to use another app that backs up text messages to a text file. I use an app call "SMS Backup+" It backup all sent and received SMS, MMS w/attachments to my gmail acct. I can then print any text I want from my gmail acct. (There is no need to organize text. The app does that for you according to person's name.)

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