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how to set up print from android?

Just bought HP Deskjet 3050Ae-All-in-one printer= J611g, how do I set it up for eprint on android

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Hi,

 

You need an apps on your phone/tablet to print such as this:

 

   https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dynamixsoftware.printershare&hl=en

 

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BH
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The best option for this is to use the official HP ePrint Home and Biz app from android market. This will give you direct printing on a local network as well as being able to link to your specific eprint account.

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how to set up print from android?

My Mother has a HP2450, to which I can print, but only when I disconnect from her home WiFi network, and connect to the printers own wifi address... then she needs to reconnect to home WiFi again, which is all a bit confusing for an old lady and frustrating for myself, although printing itself is satisfacory...

Is there a better way?


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The best option for this is to use the official HP ePrint Home and Biz app from android market. This will give you direct printing on a local network as well as being able to link to your specific eprint account.


 

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