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Bill36
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How do I connect my iPad to my HP wireless printer?

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Re: How do I connect my iPad to my HP wireless printer?

Hi Bill,

 

I am assuming the letters and numbers here is the code for your printer.  This would mean you have a HP e-printer.

I would advise you to remove or edit out the code as this can be used to send emails to your printer.

 

Which model printer do you have?

 

This document is about setting up ePrint.

This one helps setup your iPad and printer to use Apple Airprint and others.

I was an HP employee.

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I have an iPad, and wireless printer office jet pro 8500 A909 G series . I want to find out how to connect to this printer to use AirPrint . Do I need to download a driver?
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Crcejonsen wrote:
I have an iPad, and wireless printer office jet pro 8500 A909 G series . I want to find out how to connect to this printer to use AirPrint . Do I need to download a driver?


Hey there. Check out this document on how to print from your iPad. Printing from Your Mobile Device on Non-Web-Enabled Printers (No AirPrint or ePrint Support)

 

Hope this helps!

 

-Sean

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How do I connect my iPad to my HP wireless printer?

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@karen50
The first thing you must do is get your printer on your wireless network in order to use your iPad. I am including a link for using ePrint and Airprint. If you have any questions post back.

Setting up ePrint.

Printing from an iPad

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Re: How do I connect my iPad to my HP wireless printer?

I have an IPad 2 and an HP deskjet 3052A(it states it can connect to tablets wirelessly). How do I set up the printer to connect to my WIFI? My Ipad is aloready connected to the network.Once connected what do I do?Is there an app to be set into the IPAD?

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Re: How do I connect my iPad to my HP wireless printer?

Hi dpenso32,

 

I have a document here for you.  Also a few of the links at the top of the thread still work.

 

This one will help you connect the printer to a wireless network.

 

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c02722113&tmp_task=setupCategory&cc=us&dlc=en&lc...=

 

 

You do not need an app to print from the iPad to the printer.  HP does provide free apps that help you do such things as scan.  Just search for HP printer apps on Apple store.  The one for scanning is the printer control app.

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I have an apple ipad and an hp printer how do I get the printer to work

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Re: How do I connect my iPad to my HP wireless printer?

The way iPads work with the HP printers is the really the same for all models of printer.  As long as the printer is a newer model that supports ePrint, the printer and iPad need to be both connected to the same wireless network.  This would allow Apple Airprint to work. 

 

This document is a good place to start.

 

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c02796271&tmp_task=useCategory&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=e...

 

 

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