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Printing photo images from psp to a portable printer

I recently transferred some digital photos from my canera to my psp by simply putting in the card I am trying to print the images from my psp to my portable kodak printer via usb cord,are there any special commands that I may have to execute from the psp to make this work?

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Hey roarkw,

To my knowledge, in order to print photos from your PSP you will most likely need to transfer them to a computer that has a media card reader or back to your camera, assuming your portable printer has a camera docking station. The current PSP software version does not support an option to print photos, and only allows the PSP to serve as a photo storage/viewing device.

Hope this helps you out.

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Aaron
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