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. Download BackupTrans Software's "Android SMS + MMS Transfer" software .It help us extracts SMS and MMS messages from any Android device and stores them on the PC.
2. Connect your Kyocera Hydro to your PC via mini USB cable. "Android SMS + MMS Transfer" will scan your drive and create a list that it can sync to your computer.
3. Click on "Kyocera Hydro" under the list of devices in the left-hand panel of the software.
Select the messages from the list, click "File" -"Print SMS and MMS." Select your printer and then click "Print."
4. Press the "Home" button on the Kyocera Hydro.Tap the "Google Play" icon to open the application market. Search for "PrinterShare Mobile Print." Tap "Install" to download and install the software.
5. Both the printer and the phone need to be on the same wireless network.Tap the app to searches the network for the printer.
6. Tap "Messages" to open your SMS and MMS messages in PrinterShare. Select the wireless printer.
7. Click on the messages and then tap"Copy message text".
8. Return to your Home screen and then open the email app.Compose a new message to yourself and paste the messages you want to print.Tap"Send".
9. Open the email on any computer connected to a printer and then click "File," and choose "Print".
10. Then you have successfully print your message from Kyocera Hydro.
Email it to yourself, access it on a PC that is connected to a printer. Too complicated to explain wireless printing from the phone to a printer due to the diversity, wild west nature of Android, Android versions, and phone types.
Printers can be really complicated because it involves networking. The easiest way is to get a product like Lantronix xPrintServer.
xPrintServer enables wireless printing for iOS devices such as iPadsand iPhonesusing their native print menu. It eliminates the need to print through apps, install software, or email yourself documents for printing. And more importantly, you don't need to buy a new printer because xPrintServer works with more than 4,000 top brand USB and network printers.
use nokia pc suite to save contacts on your mobile(can get from backup option) ........then make a word doc with those contacts and save ,take it on a pendrive to a nearby shop with a printer give pen drive and ask to print that file....
Sorry you cant do this directly as your HTC cannot take the installation files for the Epson and therefore cannot send the print command. Instead you can transfer the file to your PC and print from there. Thank you for visiting FixYa.
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u need a bluetooth printer for it. if u have a bluetooth enabled printer u can print it directly from phone by selecting print. if u dont have that, if u have computer connected printer, connect ur phone to computer & print it then, the file will automatically be printed from ur phone to printer via ur computer...
Option 1. I'm wondering if it's possible to print a text message from my iPhone? Perhaps forward it somehow to the MacBook Pro and print from there? You can do this with Ecamm Networks' $20 PhoneView. Among PhoneView's many talents (including using your iPhone as a storage device when connected to your Mac, copying the iPhone's music, videos, and photos to your computer; and viewing and editing the iPhone's notes) you can export the phone's SMS messages as text files, which you can then print. It's easy to use. Install it, plug in your iPhone, and PhoneView launches. To access the phone's SMS messages, just click the SMS entry on the left side of the PhoneView window. You can copy individual messages, Command-click to copy several messages (helpful when you want to copy just those messages that are part of a particular conversation), or copy all messages by selecting one message, pressing Command-A to select them all, and clicking the Copy From iPhone button at the top of the window. Option 2. You can take a screen shot of the page by pressing the home button and the wake/sleep button at the same time. you will see the screen flash. Then, add that pic to an email to yourself. From your home compputer, access that email, and print from your computer. Option 3.
Transfer your text messages from iPhone to pc using Tansee iPhone Transfer SMS. http://www.gutensoft.com/Utilities/Tanse… This is what I've used.
It can help you transfer all text messages on iPhone to computer in the formats of Text file format (.txt file) or ANTS file format (.ants file) . Besides, you can choose to transfer from all contacts or a single contact. How did it work? Just great.