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Old 05-16-2015, 03:23 PM
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I have a lot of issues here. First I found something on my Android phone that I saved to "Cloud" because it would not print from my phone nor did my printer show up to print and only showed "Cloud Print". I guess I never added my printer when I got a new HP last year sometime. When I click "Cloud Print", it shows up the way it would print as far as showing how many pages and paper size. Then there is a green round icon with a printer within the icon. Originally, it shows up as a PDF and I clicked and the only choice is "Google Cloud Print". Nowhere within my Android device can I find this document and others that I have saved. Since I have a HP Envy with those tiles on it, I can't find it either unless it is "One Drive". So I go to that and it is saying "if I have a Microsoft Account I need to sign in". I don't have a Microsoft account. My email to register is neither outlook.com or hotmail.com. I hit something and added an account that I thought would of registered me with Microsoft, but when I went back to that page of "One Drive", it isn't and is asking me info again including my email of outlook.com or hotmail.com. So my question are, where are my documents I saved on Cloud and how can I find them on my PC~? I thought my phone was linked to my PC since I have a Google Phone and I use Firefox.
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Old 05-16-2015, 04:09 PM
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If you have a Google phone then I would research where Google stores the documents by default.
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