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How to connect the Polaroid Pogo to a computer

The3re is no cable provided.

Do I assume that I need to purchase a double ended USB cable?

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    I don't have the charger or cable for this, but I do have all the rest needed. After an extensive search for a charger I am unable to find one. Is there a separate charger I can buy for the type of battery used or an alternative that will fit into the printer. I just need to charge the battery and it seems Polaroid have made it near impossible to do so if you lose the charger.

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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).

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