Disclaimer: I have no access to serial numbers, etc.
This is a rez; many of our folks don't have computers, much less Internet access, and the person on whose behalf I'm writing has neither.
My husband and I bought an HP Envy 7155 all-in-one printer for an artist in our community (not knowing he wasn't using a computer). He has an old HP Photosmart camera; with his old printer, he took photos of his artwork with the camera, then connected camera to printer with a cable and printed directly from the camera.
Is there a specific cable/adapter that will permit him to print directly from his camera to the new Envy 7155? Neither computer nor wifi printing is an option.
It's our friend who has the camera (and card, and now printer; we had it shipped directly to him, because pandemic).
He tells me it has a sim card, but that there's no place on the printer to insert it. Which made me think it might require a USB or other cable with an adapter on one end for inserting the sim? I'm trying to navigate this purely by phone messages and without being able to see the equipment in question.
I should also add that there may very well be a sim card reader on the printer, and he's just not seeing/recognizing it. Apparently this is quite different from his [very] old photo printer, but I have yet to find an image of the printer to show me where it might be located.
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