With your Android phone and printer connected (either by being on the same Wi-Fi network or through a USB cable), it’s time to start printing.
- If you’re using local files, locate and open the file you want to print on your Android phone or on a cloud service like Google Drive.
- Tap the three vertical dots in the top-right corner of the screen, then select Print from the drop-down menu.
- If you’re printing directly from the internet, open the Chrome web browser and locate the online file you want to print.
- Tap the three vertical dots in the top-right corner of the screen and select Share from the drop-down menu, then scroll through the pop-up menu and select Print.
- Whether you’re printing a local (or cloud) file or a file from your web browser, tap the Down Arrow that appears towards the top of the screen once the print preview opens and then choose the printer you plan on using from the provided list.
- Once the right printer is selected, tap the Printer button (it looks like a printer) to begin printing.
If the printer doesn’t appear in the list when trying to choose it, go back and check your connections. Make sure the USB cable is working and fully plugged into both the phone and printer if you’re using a wired connection, or verify that both the phone and printer are connected to the same wireless network.
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