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USB connection IPad Pro to Deskjet 2130

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Please can you tell me if its possible, and if so how to use a USB connection to print from my iPad to HP2130. Many thanks, 

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No,

You cannot print from iOS devices to a USB printer, iOS devices supports select wireless-enabled printers with AirPrint, your printer does not support a such.

 

If the printer is connected to a Windows PC, you may try checking the 3rd party Printershare app which allow sharing a USB printer with mobile devices and see if that may work for you:

http://printershare.com/download-windows.sdf

 

Other than any rd party workaround, a newer and wireless-enabled printer is required to print from an iPhone.

 

Shlomi



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