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How to: Stream photos to a digital frame

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We demonstrate how to stream your favourite snaps from a camera, your Facebook profile or an online photo-sharing site to a compatible digital photo frame.

Step 5. Give your photo frame a name and enter the activation code you wrote down in step 3. Once the frame is activated, you’ll be offered the option to upload pictures stored on your PC or from an online portal – either Facebook or Kodak Gallery. Choose Online pictures, then select ‘Customise online services’.

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Step 6. Click ‘Connect to Kodak Gallery’, select your region and enter your username (your email address) and password. Click Ok. If the login details are correct, a message will pop up stating ‘Connection enabled’, confirming that the images will be displayed on your digital photo frame. Click Save.

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Step 7. If you’d rather upload images from Facebook, click ‘Connect to Facebook’ and allow Kodak Pulse permission to access your account. Click Save. To choose which albums appear on your photo frame, select Customize. You can also include pictures you are tagged in and those that appear in the News feed. Click Save.

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Step 8. Assigning an email address to the frame lets friends and family add their own images. Click ‘Customize email’ and enter the address you’d like to assign to the frame. Click Check to ensure it’s available, then press Ok. Any images forwarded to this address will now appear on the Kodak Pulse.

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