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How do I print to my wireless Kodak printer from my Samsung Galaxy 10.1

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I just bought a Samsung Galaxy 10.1 and a Kodax ESPOffice 2170 wireless.  I can't figure out how to print to it.  Is this possible
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Hi there,

If you look in the Android market there is a free App called Kodak Pic Flick. That seems to be supported for your printer type, according to the app description.
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Saw that but only works for photos.  As far as I can tell.  I tried it.
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Have you tried the Google Cloud Print feature? I know that a lot of the printer applications on the Android market are currently for certain printers only, so this may work for you?

I use Google Cloud when printing documents from home to my work printers. I haven't actually tried it on my Droid, but there is an application called "Cloud Print" that you can get which is free.

http://www.google.com/chrome/intl/en/p/cloudprint.html
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It worked.  Also a good program I found was FileLinx.

Thanks
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Thanks for the points, but also for pointing out FileLinx.
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