Question about Canon Pixma iP6600D InkJet Photo Printer
Ive just got my Canon Pixma iP6600 today its fully installed and running fine, I want to send photos from my mobile to the printer via infared and when reading the manual it said it has a IrDA sensor so i thought i could send the pics straight to the printer but i cant, can anybody tell me if I can get my pics onto the printer without having to get a bluetooth adaptor or by using a cable?
I have tried searching for devices and lining up my phone with the sensor but nothing happens and i cant find any help in the manual.
thanks very much
The IRda is an inferred device i drought your phone has a a inferred
transmitter ( like a remote) you have to use cables.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
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