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how can you print SMS messages from a samsung galaxy S2?

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how can you print SMS messages from a samsung galaxy S2?
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Android Devices
Expert:  Answers by Eric replied 4 years ago.
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There are a couple great free apps from Google that work together to allow you to print from your Android phone or tablet to any printer you activate. You can print to any connected printer from anywhere you are (print on home printer while you're at work, etc.).

  1. ON YOUR PC (AND any PC you want to add to your available printers), sign up for Google Cloud Print here: http://www.google.com/cloudprint and follow the setup guide to add your printer.


  2. Now download a free app on your Android phone/tablet from the Android Market called "Cloud Print"(its free) and sign in using the same Google account thats associated with the printers you just signed up. Then you will need to choose a default printer from the list of available printers (anything you added in the previous step). Once you do that you will be on the main page of the app, you can now print a File, an Image, any text message on your phone, Notes, contacts, etc.


Once you're done doing those two things, you can print from your Android to any printer you connect to your Google Cloud Print account.


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