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12-09-2011 10:36 AM
Unfortunately the HP Officejet 4500 is not an ePrint-capable printer. The printer would support Google Cloud Print, which could offer you a cloud printing solution. You can read more about Google Cloud Print by clicking the link below.
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02-12-2012 10:01 AM
Please correct info on
which refers to FEATURED | Officejet printers with HP ePrint "View Full Lineup"
View Full lineup points to
I just wasted 2 hours trying to find out how to print out the web services code only to find that this doesn't exist.
03-03-2012 03:10 PM
I'm going to clarify a few things here as far as eprint goes for this printer. First off, it does NOT support eprint. The link posted that shows the "full ineup" is referring to the entire hp printer lineup, not the full eprinter lineup.
The next post actually links to the Eprint home and biz app supported printers. The naming is slightly confusing, but the app itself can print to most networked hp printers, without using HP Eprint. In this app the 4500 is fully supported for printing from an iOS device. This was a little less confusing when it was called HP iPrint, but they added a new feature when you can link an eprinter to the app so you can still print from it even outside of your own local network.
Hope this clears things up a little bit.
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04-02-2012 07:34 PM
After downloading the app, i am trying to set up the 4500 printer via the wifi. It is asking for an email address for the printer though. Is an email addressed assigned to this printer? If so, how do I go about finding it.
Thanks for your help.
05-15-2013 09:41 PM
I don't know what you are clarifying or why. The HP site says the Officejet 4500 series is ePrint compatible. It is not. This means the website is not presenting accurate information.
I know this thread has been dead for two years, but for anyone else coming here, the HP ePrint app for your Apple device will NOT work to print to your OfficeJet 4500 Wireless. Don't beleive HP's webiste info, FAQs, and setup installation that claim the contrary. This printer does not have an email address or ability to be recognized by the ePrint App.
On another note, looking at the ePrint app, it seems like a pain anyway. You need to use the HP web browser and configure mail accounts to print? Seriously?
03-13-2014 09:46 AM - edited 03-13-2014 10:47 AM
I wasted a lot of time on this as well because it says click here to check if your printer works with eprint and the 4500 is the first on the list!
I downloaded the eprint for my iphone and set it up - but its not working from there either.