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Something 'gifted' my Samsung Galaxy 2 with a sharing action of Snapfish. Because it is adjacent to my Brother print button, I found it by accident. Other than being there and telling me it actually sent a picture to some unwanted destination, I can find no program or file named Snapfish. Where is it hidden? I definitely want to be rid of it.

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Probably came bundled with the Brother software. – techie007 Nov 19 '12 at 16:56
Snapfish is a photosharing and printing app by HP. They also seem to have an Android client – Power-Inside Nov 20 '12 at 15:04
If you can't get rid of the app you can always edit the share menu to remove the option. – Al E. Nov 21 '12 at 15:19
I had assumed that the client could be identified and removed. But I can work with just removing it from the share list, so thanks for the link to the discussion that names an app to do that! – user24268 Nov 29 '12 at 4:23

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