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Memo21
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Connecting to a new router hp 3630

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I use apple products

the network results show printer still on old router 

how do I change to new router

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Jay_G24
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Hi @Memo21,

 

I'd like to help!

 

Please try the steps below to connect your printer to the network:-

 

--->On the printer control panel, press the Wi-Fi Direct button.
---> When Wi-Fi Direct is turned on, the Wi-Fi Direct light is on steady. 
--->To find the Wi-Fi Direct name and password, press the Information button (i) to print a printer information page.
--->On your computer or phone go to wifi and connect it to your printer 
--->Select your printer with DIRECT in the name from the list of available networks (example: DIRECT-74-HP Deskjet3630).
--->Select the Wi-Fi Direct printer signal in Wi-Fi settings 
--->If prompted for a password, type 12345678. This is the default password.
--->Now open a browser and type 192.168.223.1
--->you will be able to access the printer's EWS page 
--->on the page, you will find network - click on it 
--->go to wireless and select wireless setup wizard
--->now select the network that you want your printer to connect to and type in the password 
--->thewireless blue light will stop blinking once the printer is connected 
--->then connect your phone back to your network

 

Hope this helps! Keep me posted. 

 

And, Welcome to the HP Support Community. 

 

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