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HP Printers - Printing with HP ePrint App (Android, Amazon Fire)

This document is for HP wireless printers and Android and Amazon Fire smartphones and tablets.
Print from your Android or Amazon Fire device with the HP ePrint app.
  note:
The HP ePrint app retired for Apple iOS devices on May 31, 2017. For more information, see How does the retirement of the iOS version of the HP ePrint app affect my Apple iOS device? in the Frequently asked questions (FAQs) section.
The HP ePrint app is a mobile application that lets you print to any supported HP printer that is on the same wireless network as your mobile device and to cloud-connected printers. HP ePrint is a cloud-based service that lets you email the document or photo you want to print directly to a HP web-enabled printer from anywhere with an active Internet connection. Go to Setting Up and Using HP ePrint for more information.
Figure : Example of the HP ePrint app icon
Example of the HP ePrint app icon
Step 1: Check the requirements
Before you install the HP ePrint app, make sure the printer and your mobile device meet the following requirements:
  • An Android OS 4.0 (JellyBean) device or later, or Amazon Fire OS 4.1 - 4.x and 5.1 - 5.x device or later.
  • On your mobile device, open the Wi-Fi settings and make sure you are connected to the wireless network.
  • An HP wireless printer. On the printer, make sure the wireless signal is turned on and the printer is connected to the same wireless network as your mobile device.
Step 2: Install the HP ePrint app
Install the HP ePrint app on your Android or Amazon Fire device. After you install the app, follow the on-screen prompts to allow the app access to your files, photos, social media, and cloud accounts.
  1. On your device, download and install the HP ePrint app (in English) from the Google Play Store.
  2. When prompted, select your usage data preferences, and then tap Done.
    The HP ePrint app home screen displays.
    Figure : HP ePrint app home screen after installation
    HP ePrint app home screen after installation
  3. Tap Grant permission, Add Cloud Account, or Add Email Account, and then follow the on-screen prompts to allow the app access to your files, photos, social media, and cloud accounts.
      note:
    If a message displays stating the email or password is not working or requires additional security, see What if I receive an error message when I add my email account? in the Frequently asked questions (FAQs) section.
    Figure : HP ePrint app home screen with connected accounts
    HP ePrint app home screen with connected accounts
Step 3: Print with the HP ePrint app
Print documents, photos, email, and webpages from your Android or Amazon Fire device. You can also print from cloud services such as Google Drive and Dropbox.
  note:
To print a file that is not .jpg, .png, or .pdf, you must activate the HP ePrint app on your Android device. Follow the on-screen prompts to activate the app or go to How do I activate the HP ePrint app after installation? in the Frequently asked questions (FAQs) section.
Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
Review the following list of frequently asked questions about setting up and using the HP ePrint app.

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