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HP LaserJet Enterprise, HP PageWide Enterprise - Print using Wireless Direct or Near Field Communication (NFC)

Learn how to print wirelessly to a supported HP LaserJet or PageWide Enterprise printer using Wireless Direct or Near Field Communication (NFC) with an HP Jetdirect NFC/BLE/Wireless Accessory.

When using an HP LaserJet or PageWide Enterprise printer with embedded Wireless Direct Print (built-in print access point) or HP Near Field Communication (NFC) capability, or after installing an HP Jetdirect NFC/BLE/Wireless Direct Accessory, use the steps in this document to obtain a mobile printing app or solution appropriate for the mobile device and operating system, and to learn how to print wirelessly from a laptop, phone, or tablet.

Step one: Set up the printer

Before you can print using Wireless Direct or Near-Field Communication (NFC), you must first enable the Wireless Direct and NFC settings on the printer.

  1. Make sure that your printer is compatible with HP Jetdirect print servers and NFC/wireless accessories.

    If you are unsure, refer to the following document:

    HP LaserJet Enterprise, HP OfficeJet Enterprise, HP PageWide Enterprise - Printers that can use HP Jetdirect print servers and NFC/wireless accessories

  2. Make sure that the printer is powered on.

  3. Enable Wireless Direct on the printer.

  4. Enable Near Field Communication (NFC) on the printer (optional).

  5. Obtain the Wireless Direct Name (SSID) and password on the printer control panel using the following steps:

    Note:

    The steps vary according to the type of control panel.

    FutureSmart 3 control panels

    FutureSmart 3 control panels

    FutureSmart 4 and 5 control panels

    FutureSmart 4 and 5 control panels
    • FutureSmart 3: From the Home screen on the printer control panel, select the Wireless icon , and then select Print. A page prints with the Wireless Direct Name (SSID) and password.

    • FutureSmart 4 or 5: From the Home screen on the printer control panel, select the Information icon , and then select Wireless Direct to view the Wireless Direct Name (SSID) and password. Select Print to print a page with this information.

    Note:

    The Wireless Direct Name, or Service Set Identifier (SSID), is the printer name that will display in the list of available Wi-Fi connections on the laptop, phone, or tablet. If the Wireless Direct password is not visible on the printed page, contact your network administrator.

Step two: Set up the laptop, phone, or tablet

Before you can print from a mobile device to an HP printer, you need to set up the laptop, phone, or tablet and download a compatible Print app or driver.

If you have an Android 4.4 or newer, perform step 1 below and then continue to Step three: Connect to the printer and print.

For all other operating systems, follow all of the steps below.

  1. Turn on Wi-Fi on the phone or tablet.

  2. Turn on Near Field Communication (NFC) on the phone or tablet (optional).

    Note:

    This option is typically found in the Settings > Wireless menu, but will vary depending on the device type and operating system version. You might also need to turn on Bluetooth.

  3. For Android devices, make sure a built-in print plug-in is installed.

    1. Open Settings, and then open General settings.

    2. Open the Application manager.

      If the HP Print Service Plugin or the Mopria Print Service is listed, the plug-in is installed. If not, continue to the next step.

    3. Go to the Google Play Store and install one of the following plug-ins:

  4. For NFC printing with Android or Windows devices, install the HP ePrint app or driver.

    Note:

    HP ePrint is the only compatible solution available for NFC printing with Android and Windows operating systems. NFC printing is not supported in Chrome OS, iOS, or on Windows phones.

  5. For Wireless Direct printing, make sure that you are using a compatible mobile print app or solution for your operating system.

Step three: Connect to the printer and print

To print, choose which method to use (Wireless Direct or Near Field Communication) from the options below and then follow the steps provided.

More information

For more information, visit the following links:

If you have a device or operating system not mentioned above, refer to the following document for more help:

HP LaserJet Enterprise, HP PageWide Enterprise - Wireless printing from a laptop, phone, or tablet


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