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Hello949
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HP Envy 5055

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Unable to connect my printer  Envy 5055  by  wireless connection. Got it to connect by wire. Is there a way to turn off the wire connection and turn on wireless??

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@Hello949, Welcome to HP Support Community!

 

Change the connection type with the HP Printer Setup & Software utility or with the HP Smart app for Windows 10. Leave the USB cable connected until you are prompted to disconnect it.

  • HP Printer Setup & Software utility: Search Windows for 'HP', and then click the name of your printer in the results to open HP Printer Assistant. Click Utilities or Tools in the top menu bar, click Printer Setup & Software or Device Setup & Software, and then click Convert a USB connected printer to wireless to launch the utility.

    Figure: Convert a USB connected printer to wireless utility in HP Printer Assistant

    Convert a USB connected printer to wireless utility in HP Printer Assistant
  • HP Smart app: On the app home screen, look for a Make printing easier by connecting your printer wirelessly message at the top of the window. If it displays, click Learn More to start the guided conversion.

    NOTE: 

    If the message does not display, use the method to convert the connection through the HP Printer Setup & Software utility.

    Figure: Set up the printer wirelessly in HP Smart

    Set up a new printer feature in HP Smart

Hope this helps! Keep me posted. 

 

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TEJ1602
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