The BlackBerry Curve model, like other BlackBerry phones, comes with user friendly features and apps. However, the handset lacks a built-in utility that would make it possible to print from your device. To be able to print from your BlackBerry Curve, you have to install a third-party app and print using a Bluetooth-enabled printer or a printer on a Wi-Fi network.
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Download the Cortado Basic Print app from BlackBerry App World on your Curve handset. Follow the onscreen instructions to successfully complete the installation process.
Open the text file, e-mail or memo you wish to print from your BlackBerry Curve handset. Press the "Menu" key and select "Print."
Press the "Direct Printing" option to print directly through an available Bluetooth printer. Select your target printer from the list of printers. Once you select the printer, your document will start to print from your BlackBerry Curve using the Bluetooth printer.
Print Via Bluetooth
Download and install the Priapps Mobile Print program to your phone. Scan for and save available print devices on your Wi-Fi network.
Press the "Menu" button and select the "Print" option in the open application from which you wish to print.
Press your chosen printing device from the list of saved printing devices on the Wi-Fi network. Confirm the print job to start printing.
Print Via Wi-Fi
Access the Breezy Print website in your computer's Internet browser. Download and save the installation file on your computer.
Connect your BlackBerry Curve to the computer using the USB connector cord. Run the downloaded Breezy Print installer file on your computer. Follow the installation instructions for the app to be installed on both your computer and the Curve handset.
Open the memo or e-mail on your Blackberry device that you wish to print. On your phone, press the "Menu" key and select "Print" from the option menu to submit the print job, which will be printed on the printer connected to your computer.
Tips and warnings
- Make sure you have a compatible printer that is correctly configured to a network or computer before printing.
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