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[Q] How do I print via Wi-Fi on an HP Printer?

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Hey, I have an HP Deskjet 2060 K110, which is now connected to my D-Link DSL-2750u via USB, so that I can print wirelessly. Is there any way I can connect my device to the Printer? (I have a Moto G, SGS3 and an SGS.)
 
 
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i never heard of it... i thought it just go for bluetooth. is that really possible??? sory, my english bad
13th June 2014, 07:00 PM |#3  
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i never heard of it... i thought it just go for bluetooth. is that really possible??? sory, my english bad

Yes it is, depends on your router and it's capability.

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It also depends on your source device, you can find the manual of them or supported apps allow you to do it
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Hey, I have an HP Deskjet 2060 K110, which is now connected to my D-Link DSL-2750u via USB, so that I can print wirelessly. Is there any way I can connect my device to the Printer? (I have a Moto G, SGS3 and an SGS.)

That printer doesn't natively support printing from mobile devices, but you should be able to get it to work through your computer with cloud print. It won't let me post a link to it because I'm new here, but I supported HP printers for about 5 years, the last 2 of which I spent working specifically on printing from mobile devices. Search for Google Cloud Print on well...Google for more information or if you have questions feel free to ask me.
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You could set it up on a computer on your network and share it then use Google cloud print to print to it

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