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HP Printers - Using Google Cloud Print with Your HP Printer

This document is for network-connected HP printers and computers with Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, OS X v10.10 Yosemite, OS X v10.9 Mavericks, OS X v10.8 Mountain Lion, Linux, or Chrome OS.
Google Cloud Print is a free service that allows you to print documents and photos securely from any mobile or network-connected device (such as a computer, phone, tablet, or other mobile device) to your printer.
You do not need to download any drivers or software from the HP website or Google to print with Google Cloud Print.
Step 1: Determine your HP printer type
The steps to set up and register your printer for Google Cloud Print are different depending on whether your printer is a Google Cloud Print Ready printer, an HP ePrint-capable printer, or a non-HP ePrint capable printer.
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If you know already your printer type, you can skip to the step to register your printer with Google Cloud Print from your computer.
  1. Look for a Google Cloud Print logo and/or an HP ePrint logo on the printer or an HP ePrint button or icon on your printer control panel. If your printer control panel does not have a button or icon, navigate to the Network Setup or Wireless Settings menu to find the Web Services menu item.
    Figure : Example of the Google Cloud Print and HP ePrint logos
    Image: Example of the Google Cloud Print and the HP ePrint logos
  2. If you find a Google Cloud Print logo, your printer is Google Cloud Print Ready. Continue the next step.
  3. If you find an HP ePrint logo, button, icon, or menu item, your printer supports HP ePrint. Make sure Web Services is turned on, note your printer's email address, then continue to the next step.
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    If Web Services is not yet turned on, go to Getting Started with ePrint.
  4. If you do not find a Google Cloud Print or HP ePrint logo, your printer is not a Google Cloud Print Ready printer or supports HP ePrint. Continue to the next step.
Step 2: Register your printer with Google Cloud Print
To use Google Cloud Print, register your printer with Google Cloud Print. Use a computer or Chromebook for initial printer registration. You can print from any computer or mobile device once registration is complete. Use one of the following sections that matches your type of HP printer.
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For LaserJet printers, HP recommends installing the latest firmware to ensure full printer capabilities as well as the latest feature support. For HP Enterprise models, the Google Cloud Print feature is only available in firmware version 3.5 and later. For HP LaserJet Pro models, the Google Cloud Print feature is only available in firmware date code 20150410 and newer. To find out which firmware version or date code your printer has currently, print a configuration page:
  • HP LaserJet Pro printers: On the printer control panel, open the Network Menu and select Report to print a Network Summary.
  • HP LaserJet Enterprise printers: On the printer control panel, scroll to Administration, select Reports, select Configuration/Status Pages, select Configuration page, then select Print.
Step 3: Print from your computer or mobile device
Print documents, email, images, and web pages from your computer or mobile device using Google Cloud Print.
Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
This section provides answers to frequently asked questions about Google Cloud Print.

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