10-04-2015 09:04 AM
10-05-2015 06:58 PM
Welcome to the HP Support Forum. I hope you enjoy your experience here.
I see that you're looking to save scanned documents to iCloud when using the HP All in One Printer Remote. I would like to assist you with this. I experimented with the app on my end and have a tip that might work for you.
You are right about not seeing iCloud in the list of cloud storage points - it's simply not in the list. Yet, there is an 'Other' selection at the bottom of the list. When you complete a scan and tap on the 'Save/Send to' icon, tap on Other. From there you can manually type in the name of the storage point, your user name (Apple ID I'm guessing), password and the URL for the service. I don't have an iCloud account to actually test it on my end, but if you don't mind this one-time setup process it should be as simple as typing in your info manually to make iCloud one of the save points you can use moving forward.
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10-05-2015 11:36 PM
Thanks for your answer. Unfortunately Apple doesn't seem to use standards in accessing data in iCloud Drive such as WebDAV. The fore the server address, which I've guessed would be something like iCloud.com doesn't work. I've done some research and it seems that iCloud Drive is a push service for exchanging files between multiple devices.
I hope either Apple would support a standard method in exchanging files in the future, or the HP all-in-one remote app could get support for iCloud Drive, which I know is possible because I've seen apps doing so. For example the FileBrowser app (by stratosferix) supports exporting files to iCloud Drive.
Whatever, I seem to have a workaround for this problem at this point. When I e-mail the scanned document to myself, I can open it in the FileBrowser app and the. Export it to iCloud Drive, which is great but a little bit complicated.
03-08-2016 11:43 AM
07-03-2019 03:37 PM
Wouldn’t it just be easier setting up a network folder on your Mac, instead of the email workflow? If anyone has the information on setting up the network path, greatly appreciated. I too thought of setting it up to be able to access scans from my iPad Pro, which is how I ended up on this forum. Thanks for the help