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Will Airprint work with D110a?  I am having a difficult time making it work if it does.

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Re: D110a

Have you looked at the info on this page:


HP's ePrint enabled printers and Apple's AirPrint


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Re: D110a

From your touchscreen, look under Web Services, Settings for the link to Update firmware on your printer.

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Re: D110a



The HP Photosmart D110 does require a firmware update to be AirPrint compatible.  


The latest firmware version = TUL1FN1044AR to enable AirPrint functionality with your printer.   You can get the latest update from the printer's front control panel under web services, 'check for Product update'.    

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Re: D110a

I have the latest firmware mentioned for my Photosmart D110a, running the latest iphone OS and have been on with HP who says its an apple issue and with apple who says its an HP issue, either way, still no airprint.  If anyone has found a solution please post the link.  Printer works great with all the other computers in the house, just no iphone connectivity.

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