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I do not have the LG touch mobile, but experienced a similar problem with another device. It didn't work at al: I selected a photo, say print and sent it via bluetooth to the POGO, it didn't connect.
The solution that worked was: Not give a PRINT-command! Just SEND your picture to the POGO by bluetooth, and it will start printing.
1. Go into your phone settings and under "Bluetooth" find an option that says "Find Me" and turn on the option for as many minutes as you can.
2. On the other device go into the settings and under "Bluetooth" find an option that says "Search/Scan" or something similar.
3. The second device will scan for your phone and when it finds it, connect to it.
4. It'll ask you for a passcode, it is 0000 by default
5. Enter 0000 on both devices and now they should connect to each other.
If my solution didn't work, before rating my answer, please comment back and I will suggest more ways to troubleshoot and solve your problem. Thanks and good luck!
I had the same problem with my samsung fascinate. I called Polaroid and they told me the phone is not supported and they could not help. I tried something different and it worked!!!! I downloaded the polaroid PoGo app in the android marketplace(free app). Print your pictures from the Gallary thru the app. It works fine. All my pics print and there is no more problem. Give it a try
LG phones seem to send images with characters other than 0-9 and A-Z in the image filename. It looks like either the Pogo, or the LG phone bluetooth software doesn't accept this (I see "disconnected" if I try to print an image with a filename like that)
This solution "works" to the extent that renaming the file helps, though I don't know how to avoid these characters appearing in the filename of the photo in the first place :
go to the bluetooth utility on either your phone or your PC select the pogo printer and remove it. once you have done this. search for the printer again and use the pairing code 6-0-0-0 which will reconnect up correctly hope this helps
Check to see if your Nokia is Bluetooth enabled. Check your manual provided with the phone. If not you have to find a phone or camera that is compatible. As an alternative DL your photos to your computer and send to the Pogo. Ckeck to see if your computer is Bluetooth enabled. You may have to get a USB Dongle to transmit the file.
The PoGo can connect to a PC with Bluetooth only. Once you establish a Bluetooth connection with your PC, simply copy any JPEG file to the PoGo using Explorer. No printer driver is needed, just copy the file to the PoGo over the Bluetooth connection. If your PC doesn't have Bluetooth, you can buy a USB Bluetooth dongle for $5-$20.
You can only connect the Pogo to a PC by using a Bluetooth wireless connection. Once a bluetooth connection is established between your PC and the PoGo you can print by simply using Explorer to send a JPEG file to the PoGo via Bluetooth (no printer driver needed).