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i have a samsung s3 android. how can i print from my hp wireless printer ? how to intsall it ?

i have a samsung s3 android. how can i print from my hp DJ3525 wireless printer ? how to intsall it ?

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Re: i have a samsung s3 android. how can i print from my hp wireless printer ? how to intsall it ?

Hi,

 

Please use the following application:

 

   https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hp.android.print&hl=en

 

(Note: You printer must support this otherwise it won't work).

 

Good luck.

BH
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Re: i have a samsung s3 android. how can i print from my hp wireless printer ? how to intsall it ?

This works fine if you want to print files and pictures that are on your phone. It does not help you print an email.  Phone will not allow me to select a printer while in an email. It only allows me to pint to a Samsung laser printer.

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Re: i have a samsung s3 android. how can i print from my hp wireless printer ? how to intsall it ?

Since the printer is ePrint-capable, just set up a contact on your S3 named "Printer".

 

Give it the email address you created with the HP website.

 

Now forward any email you wish to print to "Printer".  Easy!   :-)

 

WyreNut

 

 

 

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