08-07-2013 05:40 PM
How do I connect my Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, 10.1 to my wireless hp 3510? For some reason her Tab says she can only print from a Samsung printer.
08-08-2013 07:33 AM
I see that you're having problems printing with your Galaxy Tab. I would try using the Hp ePrint mobile app
Let me know how it goes.
11-17-2013 10:49 AM
I am trying to connect my Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 to my bluetooth HP 309C but can't seem to get it done.
Can you help?
11-20-2013 08:40 AM
I understand that you are wanting to print Bluetooth. I would like to be able to assist the best that I can. I just need to confirm the printer that you have. Can you please open the ink access door on the printer, and provide me with the product/model number?
11-20-2013 10:04 AM
Thanks very much for your help. I actually have a Galaxy Tab 3 7.o (rather than a 10.0. My printer is an all-in-one
HP Photosmart 309a Model. I have tried that ePrint app and the HP app and have my Bluetooth switch on the
11-20-2013 10:20 AM
Thank you for the information. With the HP C309a model of printer, yes it does have the bluetooth printing options. The Bluetooth printing option is only available for printing from a Windows or Mac computer. With the HP apps that you have downloaded and installed, these apps do not support bluetooth printing. The one option that you do have for bluetooth printing, is to download and install a 3rd party app. I can not guarantee that this will work, as this type of printing from a tablet is not supported on this printer.
01-14-2014 07:19 AM
Welcome to the HP Support forums. I understand that you would like to print from your Samsung tablet to your Deskjet 3510 printer.
We need to start by having your printer connected to your home wireless network. If you haven't yet installed your printer onto your computer, you can follow the instructions in your user guide. The instructions can be found in the section titled "Traditional wireless connection (requires router)" on page 32. It will walk you through installing the printer onto your computer and connecting it to your wireless router. However, if you have already installed the printer using a USB cable installation you can easily switch to a wireless connection. The steps on how to do this can be found on page 32 of your user guide in the section titled "Change from a USB connection to a wireless network".
Now that the printer has a wireless connection you can choose the method you want to use to print from your tablet. The document about printing from an Android device reviews the options available: using HP ePrint or using the built-in print solution for supported Android devices. I have included two documents about using the Android built-in solution; one is for Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) and earlier, the second is for Android 4.4(KitKat).
If you want to setup the ePrint feature of the printer we will need to enable the web services on your printer. We need to enable the web services on your printer to get the Web Services information sheet that will have your printer claim code. Please follow the steps in the document about getting your claim code. Now that you have your claim code you can customize the printer's ePrint email address. I have also included the FAQ documents for HP's two mobile apps, HP ePrint app and HP All-in-One Printer Remote app.
HP Deskjet 3510 e-All-in-One Series User Guide
Getting the Printer Claim Code
Setting Up a Custom Email Address for ePrint
Printing from an Android Mobile Device
Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) and Earlier: How to Use HP's Built-in Print Solution for Android
Android 4.4 (KitKat) and Later: How to Use the Android Printing Solution
HP ePrint Mobile App FAQs
HP All-in-One Printer Remote Mobile App FAQs
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01-14-2014 09:49 AM
Thanks for all the info. Actually I have a 309 AIO printer, but I think I can get it work now. Appreciate your help and advice.