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How to Print Page and Save as PDF on Samsung Internet

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The Samsung Internet browser allows printing and saving the webpage as a PDF file. The PDF file will be saved locally and can be shared with anyone. You can also set up the printer and print the webpages directly from the mobile browser. You can choose between the Printers or Save as PDF option for output.

Printing and saving files in PDF format is one of the essential features every browser should have. This feature is handy for saving a webpage to view later, storing flight ticket information, or any other necessary material you might need to store on your local storage.

Whatever the reason is, printing and saving web content in PDF format locally on your Android device is a great idea. Browsers such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Samsung Internet let you store your vital information in PDF format.

I am a student as well as a blogger. Surfing articles on the web serves numerous purposes for me. Sometimes I’m not connected to the internet and still wish to review my articles or study materials. To find a solution, I discovered the print and saved it as a PDF feature on the Samsung internet.

The best part of saving a webpage as a PDF is that it will retain its format and be shared easily without any issues. We can easily access the PDF on any PDF reader app, while most computer browsers support the PDF viewer.

Print and Save as a PDF

Printing and saving PDFs can be very effective whenever you are disconnected from the internet.

Follow these steps to print and save it as a PDF on Samsung internet: 

  1. Launch the Samsung Internet app on your phone.
  2. Open the page you want to Save as a PDF.
  3. Tap on More horizontal 3bar icon from the menu bar.
  4. Hit on the Print/PDF button.
    Save PDF in Samsung Internet
  5. From the print options, drop-down select Save as PDF.
  6. Edit print preference that you can apply to the PDF.
    PDF settings in Samsung Internet
  7. Hit on the PDF icon to save the page as PDF.

After specifying all the settings, you can save content as a PDF and go through it with or without the internet.

Bottom Line: Print as PDF on Samsung Internet

The PDF file format is easy to understand, comes with no distractions, and retains the formatting even after sharing. The capabilities of the Samsung Internet to print or save PDFs will be helpful to make your browsing experience more enjoyable. All the saved PDF files can be viewed online and easily shared with your friends.

If you travel frequently, you have no access to the internet. This feature of the Samsung Internet comes in handy at those times. This feature has helped me through thick and thin while traveling. I could research my articles or study via PDF files.

If you still have questions, please tell us in the comments below. How often do you use the save and print as PDF feature on the Samsung internet?

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4 thoughts on “How to Print Page and Save as PDF on Samsung Internet”

  1. I saved a ton of things to pdf right before switching to a new cell When I went to find those pdfs they were nowhere to be found. Any clue as to where they are hiding?

  2. I can print from Google and chrome but suddenly my phone isn’t printing anything from samsung internet browser. I use samsung for all my doctors office and my charts and have to be able to print things. please help…it just stopped all of sudden…spins and says sending to printer but never goes.

    1. Hi Angelia, did you try disconnecting the printer and reconfiguring it? Here are a few troubleshooting steps you can follow:
      1. Ensure you are connected to the same network as the printer.
      2. You can clear the Samsung Internet browser cache and settings to make sure the issue isn’t with the browser.
      3. Check for the Samsung browser permissions in App Settings (making sure the printing access isn’t disabled).
      4. Reconfigure the printer with your Samsung device.
      5. Reset the Printer.

      I hope this will work; let us know how it goes.

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