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HP printer setup (Wi-Fi network)

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Connect an HP printer to a local Wi-Fi network to wirelessly print from a personal computer, smartphone, or tablet.

Wi-Fi printer setup

Restore network default settings on the printer

Prepare a printer for a Wi-Fi connection by restoring its default network settings.

When the settings are restored, the printer enters Wi-Fi setup mode for two hours, making it discoverable during the HP software installation.

  • Most printers with a touchscreen: From the Wireless or Setup menu, select Network setup or Settings, and then select Restore Network Settings.

  • Most inkjet printers without a touchscreen: Press and hold the Wireless and Cancel buttons until the Power button flashes, and then wait for the Wireless light to flash.

  • Most Laser printers without a touchscreen or control panel menu: Press and hold the Wireless button until the Attention and Power lights flash, or press and hold the Wireless and Cancel buttons until the Wireless light flashes (Laser NS, Neverstop). The printer might restart.

  • Most LaserJet printers without a touchscreen: Press and hold the Wireless button until the Attention light flashes, and then wait for the Wireless light to flash.

  • Envy 6000, 6000e, 6400e, ENVY Pro 6400, DeskJet Plus IA 6000, 6400, and Tango printers: Press and hold the Wireless button on the back of the printer for five seconds until the Status light flashes (blue or purple depending on the model).

Go to Restore Wi-Fi setup mode on your HP printer for additional information and button presses for more printer models.

Install the HP Smart app

Install the HP Smart app on your computer or mobile device.

Do the following if you are setting up the printer on a Wi-Fi network.

  • Place the printer and the computer or mobile device near the Wi-Fi router.

  • Turn on Wi-Fi on your computer or mobile device and connect to your network. If the computer is connected to the network with an Ethernet cable, temporarily disconnect the cable and use the Wi-Fi connection during the setup.

  • Enable Bluetooth on the computer or mobile device so that HP Smart can detect the printer during the setup.

  • After installing HP Smart for iOS and Android, enable the mobile device location service and allow the app to use your location to detect the printer and offer solutions during setup.

  1. Download the HP Smart app from 123.hp.com (Android, Apple iOS, iPadOS), HP Smart - Microsoft Store (Windows 10), or HP Smart - Mac App Store (macOS).

    If you are prompted to sign in with Microsoft to use the app across devices, you can sign in or click No, thanks to continue.​

    Note:

    Disconnect from a Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection before downloading.

  2. If you are setting up HP Smart for the first time, you must create or sign in to an HP account to access all printer functions.

  3. In HP Smart, click Add Printer or the plus sign to search for the printer, and then follow the instructions to complete the setup.

Additional Wi-Fi connection options

Use these methods to connect a printer if you changed your router or ISP, or a local network is unavailable.

Connect the printer with the Wireless Setup Wizard (printers with a touchscreen)

Use the Wireless Setup Wizard from the printer control panel to connect your printer to your Wi-Fi network.

  1. Place the printer near the Wi-Fi router.

  2. Open the Setup, Network, or Wireless settings menu, and then select Wireless Setup Wizard.

  3. Select the name of your network, and then enter the password to complete the connection.

    Note:

    If the Wireless Setup Wizard is not listed, select Wi-Fi Protected Setup or WPS, select Push Button, and then follow the steps to connect to the network.

Connect the printer using Wi-Fi Protected Setup (printers without a touchscreen)

Use the Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) button on your router to connect the printer to your wireless network.

  1. Place the printer near the Wi-Fi router.

  2. Put the printer in WPS connection mode.

    • Most printers without a touchscreen control panel: Press and hold the Wireless button for five seconds or until the wireless light starts to flash.

    • HP Deskjet 6000 and 6400, ENVY 6000 and 6400, and Tango printers: Press and hold the Wi-Fi button and the Power button on the back of the printer for five seconds until the blue bar flashes.

  3. Within two minutes, press and hold the WPS button on the router until the connection process begins.

  4. Wait for the Wireless light or bar on the printer to stop flashing. The printer is now connected to the network.

HP printer setup (Wi-Fi Direct)

Wi-Fi Direct is a connection option with most HP wireless printers released in 2014 and later. Use Wi-Fi Direct when a local wireless network is unavailable.

Print with Wi-Fi Direct using HP Print Service Plugin (Android)

Send a print job using a direct wireless connection between your printer and an Android phone or tablet using the HP Print Service Plugin. Complete these steps while next to the printer.

  1. On your mobile device, go to HP Print Service Plugin in the Google Store, and then make sure it is installed and up to date.

  2. Make sure paper is loaded in the main tray, and then turn on the printer.

  3. Open the item you want to print, and then tap Print.

  4. On the print preview screen, select the option starting with DIRECT followed by your printer model.

    Selecting your Wi-Fi Direct printer
  5. Enter the Wi-Fi Direct password, if prompted.

  6. To confirm the connection, go to the printer and press OK, the blinking Wi-Fi Direct button, or the blinking Information button .

  7. Wait for the connection to complete, and then tap Print on the print preview.

Print with Wi-Fi Direct (iOS, iPadOS)

Send a print job using a Wi-Fi Direct printer connection. Complete these steps while next to the printer.

  1. Make sure paper is loaded in the main tray, and then turn on the printer.

  2. If you want to print web content, such as an email or cloud-based document, open the item before proceeding.

  3. On your mobile device, open the Wi-Fi network menu, and then select the option starting with DIRECT followed by your printer model.

    Selecting your Wi-Fi Direct printer name from the list
  4. If prompted, enter the Wi-Fi Direct password, and then tap Join.

    Tapping Join
  5. Open the item you want to print, and then select the option to Print.

  6. Select AirPrint, if prompted.

  7. Select your printer, and then tap Print.

  8. If you were previously connected to a Wi-Fi network, return to the Wi-Fi network menu to reconnect to the network.

Print with Wi-Fi Direct (Windows 10)

Send a print job using a direct wireless connection between your printer and a Windows computer.

  1. Make sure paper is loaded in the main tray, and then turn on the printer.

  2. In Windows, search for and open Printers and scanners.

  3. Click Add a printer or scanner.

  4. Click Show Wi-Fi Direct printers.

    Clicking Show Wi-Fi Direct printers
  5. Select the option starting with DIRECT followed by your printer model.

    Selecting your printer with Wi-Fi Direct in the name
  6. Click Add device.

  7. After the WPS PIN prompt displays on the computer, look for a PIN on the printer control panel or the information sheet that printed during setup.

  8. Enter the PIN within 90 seconds, and then click Next to complete the connection.

    Note:

    If the PIN expires, restart your computer, and then go through the printer setup process again.

    Typing the WPS PIN when adding a Wi-Fi Direct printer in Windows 10
  9. If a message displays, go to 123.hp.com to download and install the print driver.

    Example of Driver is unavailable message
  10. Open the item you want to print, click File, and then click Print.

  11. Select your printer from the list, and then click Print.

Print with Wi-Fi Direct (Mac)

Send a print job using a direct wireless connection between your printer and a Mac. Complete these steps while next to the printer.

  1. Make sure paper is loaded in the main tray, and then turn on the printer.

  2. If you want to print web content, such as an email or cloud-based document, open the item before proceeding with these steps.

  3. On the computer, click the wireless icon , and then select the option starting with DIRECT followed by your printer model.

    Selecting your Wi-Fi Direct printer name from the list
  4. If prompted, enter the Wi-Fi Direct password, and then tap Join.

    Selecting your Wi-Fi Direct printer name from the list
  5. Open the item you want to print, click File, and then click Print.

  6. Select your printer, and then click Print.

  7. If you were previously connected to a Wi-Fi network, return to the Wi-Fi network menu to reconnect to the network.

Print with Wi-Fi Direct (Chromebook)

Send a print job using a direct wireless connection between your printer and a Chromebook. Complete these steps while next to the printer.

  1. Make sure paper is loaded in the main tray, and then turn on the printer.

  2. If you want to print web content, such as an email or cloud-based document, open the item before proceeding with these steps.

  3. On the computer, click the Wi-Fi icon , and then select the option starting with DIRECT followed by your printer model.

    Selecting the Wi-Fi Direct printer
  4. If prompted, enter the Wi-Fi Direct password, and then click Connect.

  5. Return to the main settings menu, and then click Settings.

  6. Scroll to the bottom of the screen, and then click Advanced.

  7. Under the Printing section, click Printers, and then click Add Printer.

  8. Select your printer, and then click Add.

    Clicking Add
  9. Open the item you want to print, click the Chrome browser settings icon , and then select Print.

  10. Select your printer, and then click Print.

  11. If you were previously connected to a Wi-Fi network, return to the Wi-Fi network menu to reconnect to the network.

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HP Print Service Plugin

The HP Print Service Plugin is the only print driver that you'll need to easily print documents, emails and pictures from print-supported applications to a variety of HP Printers, including HP OfficeJet, HP LaserJet, HP DesignJet, HP Photosmart, HP DeskJet and HP Envy.

You can discover and print to HP printers that are:
• Connected to the same network as your mobile device
• Broadcasting a Wi-Fi Direct network
• Connected to the mobile device via a USB On-the-Go cable

Just select Print or Share to PSP when you need to print. Just tap the menu button to reveal the print option. Location of menu button may vary depending on your model of Android™ device.

The HP Print Service Plugin simplifies printing on your Android™ Lollipop™ (v5.0) and newer devices. If you use Android 6 (Marshmallow) or earlier, you might need to enable the HP Print Service Plugin in your device's settings

For more information on using the HP Print Service Plugin or details on supported HP Printers, go to:
https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c04024231/?openCLC=true

For more information on Mobile Printing in general, go to:
https://www.hp.com/go/mobileprinting

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HP printer setup (Windows built-in driver)

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Set up your printer using the printer drivers that come built into Windows.

Add a network printer to Windows

Set up a Wi-Fi or wired network printer in Windows without installing any additional drivers.

  1. Search Windows for and open , and then make sure Yes (recommended) is selected.

    Allowing Windows to download manufacturer drivers
  2. Place the printer and the computer near the Wi-Fi router.

  3. Connect the printer to the same network that your computer is connected to.

    • Wi-Fi connection for printers with a touchscreen control panel: Open the Setup, Network, or Wireless settings menu, select Wireless Setup Wizard, and then follow the instructions to select the network name and enter the password.

    • Wi-Fi connection for most printers without a touchscreen control panel: Press and hold the Wireless button for five seconds or until the wireless light starts to flash. Within two minutes, press and hold the WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) button on the router until the connection process begins. The printer wireless light stops flashing when the connection completes.

    • Wi-Fi connection for HP Deskjet 6000 and 6400, ENVY 6000 and 6400, and Tango printers: Press and hold the Wi-Fi button and the Power button on the back of the printer for five seconds until the blue bar flashes. Within two minutes, press and hold the WPS button on the router until the connection process begins. The blue bar stops flashing when the connection completes.

    • Wired (Ethernet) network connection: Connect the network cable to the printer Ethernet port and to an available port on the router or access point. At the printer port, the green light should be steady and the orange activity light should blink.

  4. In Windows, search for and open .

  5. Click Add a printer or scanner. Wait for Windows to locate the printer. When found, click the printer name, and then click Add device to complete the setup.

    If your printer is not found, click The printer that I want isn't listed. In the Find a printer by other options window, select an option to locate and add the printer.

    Opening options when the printer is not listed

Add a USB-connected printer to Windows

Set up a USB printer connection in Windows without installing any additional drivers.

  1. Search Windows for and open , and then make sure Yes (recommended) is selected.

    Allowing Windows to download manufacturer drivers
  2. Make sure an open USB port is available on your computer. Do not connect the printer to a USB hub or docking station as the printer might not receive enough power to operate properly.

  3. Turn on the printer, and then connect the USB cable to the printer and to the computer port.

  4. If a message displays, follow any prompts to install the printer.

    • If you can print, the driver installed successfully.

    • If you cannot print, continue with these steps to add the printer in Windows settings.

  5. In Windows, search for and open .

  6. Click Add a printer or scanner, and then wait for Windows to locate available printers.

    • If your printer is found, click it, and then click Add device to complete the driver installation.

    • If your printer is not found, continue with these steps.

  7. Click The printer that I want isn't listed.

    Opening options when the printer is not listed
  8. In the Find a printer by other options window, select Add a local printer or network printer with manual settings, and then click Next.

  9. In the Choose a printer port window, select Use an existing port, select USB001: (Virtual printer port for USB) from the drop-down menu, and then click Next.

  10. Follow the instructions to install the driver for your printer model.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Still have a question? Find additional answers and help.

How do I use the printer functions and settings?

Windows supports most standard printing and scanning tasks and settings with the built-in driver.

  • Scan documents and photos: Complete scan jobs with a Windows app that works with the built-in driver.

    • Windows Fax and Scan: In Windows, search for and open . Click New Scan, and then select your printer.

    • Windows Paint: In Windows, search for and open . Click .

    • Windows Scan app: In Windows, search for and open the app . If it is not listed, go to Windows Scan (in English) to install it.

  • Set up print jobs: Depending on the app, click the menu icon , and then click Print, or click .

  • Check estimated ink levels: View the ink level indicators on the printer control panel, if available. Or print a self-test page or printer status report.

  • Change print settings: In Windows, search for and open . Click your printer name, click Manage, and then click Printing preferences in the left sidebar.

  • Fax: Use the buttons and menus on the printer control panel.

  • Access the printer homepage (network printers): Manage preferences, get firmware updates, and perform maintenance tasks. To open the homepage, enter the printer IP address into an internet browser address bar. Use one of the following methods to get the IP address.

What if the printer did not connect to the network?

Check for network issues and review setup requirements if the printer failed to connect.

  • Check the network connection: Move the printer and computer or mobile device closer to the WI-Fi router, and then check if the signal quality improved. Try opening a website to see if the internet connection is working properly. If Wi-Fi is slow or intermittent, restart the router by disconnecting the power cord, wait 15 seconds, and then reconnect it.

  • Printer is off or in sleep mode: Touch the printer touchscreen or press the Power button to wake the printer and put it in a ready state. Sometimes the printer status might display Offline when it is actually ready.

  • Restart the printer: Restarting the printer can clear possible error conditions and restore the Wi-Fi connection.

  • Check the printer Wi-Fi signal: If your printer has a light next to a Wireless icon or button , make sure the light is on. Check the wireless settings to make sure the signal is turned on.

  • Print a Wireless Test Report: Search the HP Customer Support website for your printer model, and then search for to find the document on how to print and evaluate the report.

What if my printer is not found or the connection failed during USB setup?

Check the USB cable for damage and recommended length, and then restart your printer and computer.

  1. Turn off the printer and the computer.

  2. Disconnect the USB cable from the computer and printer, and then inspect the cable.

    • If the cable is damaged or longer than 3 m (9 ft 10 in), replace it.

    • If the cable is undamaged and shorter than 3 m (9 ft 10 in), connect the cable to a different USB port on the computer. The port should be USB 2.0 or greater. If you are using a USB hub or docking station, connect the cable directly to the computer.

  3. Connect the cable to the printer.

  4. Turn on the computer, and then wait for the start up process to complete.

  5. Turn on the printer, and then add the printer (Mac) or wait for the computer to install the new device (Windows).

What if my printer is not found or the wired network connection fails?

Make sure you are using an undamaged Ethernet cable, check for a green light near the Ethernet port on the printer, and then print a report to verify the connection.

  1. Turn off the printer, and then disconnect the Ethernet cable from the router and the printer.

  2. Check the cable for damage, and then verify that it is an Ethernet cable and not a phone cable.

    Note:

    Ethernet and phone cables look similar, but Ethernet cables are usually bigger and have eight visible wires on the connector.

  3. Reconnect the cable to a different Ethernet or LAN port on the router, and then connect the other end to the printer's Ethernet port.

  4. Turn on the printer.

  5. Check the lights on the printer's Ethernet port to make sure the connection is successful. The green light should be steady, and the orange activity light should blink.

  6. Print a Wireless Network Test Results or Network Configuration report.

  7. Make sure the Network Status is Ready, or follow any instructions to resolve network issues identified on the report.

    Under the General Information section, the Network Status displaying as Ready

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Add a printer on Mac

To use a printer, you must add it to your list of printers using Printers & Scanners preferences. (If you switched from using a Windows computer to a Mac, using Printers & Scanners preferences is similar to using the Printing control panel in Windows.)

In most cases, when you add a printer, macOS uses AirPrint to connect to the printer or automatically downloads the printer’s software (also called a printer driver). Don’t install the software that came with the printer or from the manufacturer’s website; follow the instructions in one of the tasks below, and macOS prompts you to download the latest software if it’s needed.

If your printer is AirPrint-enabled, it’s compatible with macOS. If your printer isn’t AirPrint-enabled, you can make sure it’s compatible with macOS by checking the Apple Support article Printer and scanner drivers for Mac.

For information about using a printer with an iPhone or iPad, see Use AirPrint to print from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

Add a USB printer

For most USB printers, all you have to do is update your software and then connect the printer to your Mac. macOS automatically detects the printer and downloads any necessary software. For other printers, you may have to complete a few steps to add the printer.

  1. On your Mac, update your software: Choose Apple menu  > System Preferences, click Software Update, then install any software updates listed. Even if no updates appear, this ensures that macOS has the latest information about printer software it can download from Apple. If you don’t do this, you may see a message that software isn’t available when you connect your printer.

  2. Prepare your printer: Use the instructions that came with your printer to unpack the printer, install ink or toner, and add paper. Turn on the printer and make sure it’s not displaying any errors.

  3. Connect your printer: Connect the USB cable to your Mac. If you see a message prompting you to download new software, make sure to download and install it.

    Important: If your Mac has a single USB-C port, use a multiport adapter. Connect the printer, then connect a USB-C cable to a power supply to prolong the battery life of your Mac. See About USB-C.

For information about adding an AirPrint-enabled printer using USB, see Add your printer with different settings.

Add a Wi-Fi or network printer

If your Mac and printer are already connected to the same Wi-Fi network, the printer might be available to you without any setup. To check, choose File > Print, click the Printer pop-up menu, choose Nearby Printers or Printers & Scanners preferences, then choose your printer. If your printer isn’t available, you can add it.

  1. On your Mac, update your software (if you don’t have an AirPrint printer): Choose Apple menu  > System Preferences, click Software Update, then install any software updates listed. Even if no updates appear, this ensures that macOS has the latest information about printer software it can download from Apple. If you don’t do this, you may see a message that software isn’t available when you connect your printer.

    If you have an AirPrint printer, you don’t need to check for software updates.

  2. Prepare your printer: Use the instructions that came with your printer to unpack the printer, install ink or toner, and add paper. Turn on the printer and make sure it’s not displaying any errors.

  3. Connect your printer: Follow the instructions that came with the printer to connect it to the network.

    If you have a Wi-Fi printer, you might need to connect the printer to your Mac with a USB cable to set up Wi-Fi printing. After connecting the printer to your Mac, install the Mac software that came with the printer and use the printer’s setup assistant to connect the printer to your Wi-Fi network. After setting up, you can disconnect the cable from your printer and Mac, and the printer should remain connected to the Wi-Fi network. See the Apple Support article Connect an AirPrint printer to a Wi-Fi network.

  4. Add the printer to your list of available printers: Choose Apple menu  > System Preferences, then click Printers & Scanners.

    The Printers & Scanners dialog shows options for setting up a printer and a printers list with Add and Remove buttons for adding and removing printers at the bottom.

    If you don’t see your printer listed on the left, click the Add button at the bottom of the list. A dialog appears listing printers on your local network. It may take a minute or two for your printer to appear. Select your printer when it appears in the list, then click Add. If you see a message prompting you to download new software, make sure to download and install it.

    If your printer still doesn’t appear in the list, try adding the printer by its IP address (see below).

When you add a printer, macOS can usually detect whether the printer has special accessories installed, such as additional paper trays, extra memory, or a duplex unit. If it can’t, a dialog appears that lets you specify them. Make sure the settings in that dialog accurately reflect your printer’s installed accessories so you can take full advantage of them.

Add a network printer by its IP address

If a network printer you want to use isn’t in the list of available printers, you can add it as an IP printer. The printer must support one of these printing protocols: AirPrint, HP Jetdirect (Socket), Line Printer Daemon (LPD), or Internet Printing Protocol (IPP).

Note: Some printers connected using these generic protocols may offer limited functionality.

You must know the network printer’s IP address or host name, printing protocol, and model number or printer software name. If it uses a special queue, you also need to know the queue name. See the person who manages the printer or server for assistance.

  1. On your Mac, update your software (if you don’t have an AirPrint printer): Choose Apple menu  > System Preferences, click Software Update, then install any software updates listed. Even if no updates appear, this ensures that macOS has the latest information about printer software it can download from Apple. If you don’t do this, you may see a message that software isn’t available when you connect your printer.

    If you have an AirPrint printer, you don’t need to check for software updates.

  2. Prepare your printer: Use the instructions that came with your printer to unpack the printer, install ink or toner, and add paper. Turn on the printer and make sure it’s not displaying any errors.

  3. Connect your printer: Follow the instructions that came with the printer to connect it to the network. See the Apple Support article Connect an AirPrint printer to a Wi-Fi network.

  4. Add the printer to your list of available printers: Choose Apple menu  > System Preferences, then click Printers & Scanners.

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    Click the Add button at the bottom of the printer list, click IP button , then enter the printer information, using the following table as a guide.

    The Add Printer dialog showing the IP options for setting up an printer using the IP protocol.

    Option

    Description

    Address

    Enter the printer’s IP address (a number that looks like 192.168.20.11) or host name (for example, printer.example.com).

    Protocol

    Click the Protocol pop-up menu, then choose a printing protocol your printer supports:

    • AirPrint: The AirPrint protocol enables Wi-Fi, USB, and Ethernet network access to a printer’s printing and scanning options (if the specific printer supports these features). You don’t need to download or install printer software to use AirPrint-enabled printers. A wide variety of printers, including Aurora, Brother, Canon, Dell, Epson, Fuji, Hewlett Packard, Samsung, Xerox, and many others, support the AirPrint protocol.

    • HP Jetdirect – Socket: Hewlett Packard and many other printer manufacturers use this protocol.

    • Line Printer Daemon - LPD: Older printers and print servers may use this protocol.

    • Internet Printing Protocol - IPP: Modern printers and print servers use this protocol.

    Queue

    If your printer requires it, enter the queue name for your printer. If you don’t know the queue name, try leaving it blank or see your network administrator.

    Name

    Enter a descriptive name for the printer (for example, Color Laser Printer), so you can identify it in the Printer pop-up menu.

    Location

    Enter the printer’s location (for example, “outside my office”), so you can identify it in the Printer pop-up menu.

    Use

    If this pop-up menu doesn’t display the appropriate software for the printer, choose Select Printer Software, then select your printer in the Printer Software list.

    If that list doesn’t include your printer, try downloading and installing the printer software (also called a printer driver) from the printer manufacturer. You can also try choosing generic printer software from the pop-up menu.

Add a Bluetooth printer

If your Mac came with Bluetooth installed, or if you are using a USB Bluetooth adapter, you can print wirelessly to a Bluetooth-enabled printer.

  1. On your Mac, update your software: Choose Apple menu  > System Preferences, click Software Update, then install any software updates listed. Even if no updates appear, this ensures that macOS has the latest information about printer software it can download from Apple. If you don’t do this, you may see a message that software isn’t available when you connect your printer.

    If you have an AirPrint printer, you don’t need to check for software updates.

  2. Prepare your printer: Use the instructions that came with your printer to unpack the printer, install ink or toner, and add paper. Turn on the printer and make sure it’s not displaying any errors.

  3. Connect your printer: Follow the instructions that came with your printer to make sure it’s ready to connect with Bluetooth.

  4. Add your Bluetooth printer to your printer list: Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Printers & Scanners. Click the Add button , then click the Default button .

    The Add Printer dialog showing the default options for selecting a printer and adding a name, location, and the Use pop-up menu for choosing the printer type.
  5. Select the printer in the Printers list, then click Add. If the printer you expect to see is not in the list, enter its name in the search field, and press Return.

    If your printer doesn’t appear in the list, make sure you have the latest Bluetooth driver for the printer installed. Check with the manufacturer for the latest driver.

After you connect your printer, if you see a message prompting you to download new software, make sure to download and install it.

Add a Wi-Fi or mobile printer that requires a configuration profile

Some network printers may require you to install a configuration profile so that the printer can be discovered on your network using AirPrint. If you are provided a profile to install, download or copy the printer profile to your Mac and then install it.

  1. On your Mac, double-click the profile to open it.

  2. When you see a message asking if you want to install the profile, click Continue.

  3. When a message appears asking you to confirm that you want to install the profile, click Install.

    The profile is installed in the Profiles pane of System Preferences. You can then add the printer to your printer list.

  4. To add your printer to the printer list, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Printers & Scanners.

  5. To add your printer to the printer list, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Printers & Scanners. Click the Add button , then click the Default button .

    The Add Printer dialog showing the default options for selecting a printer and adding a name, location, and the User pop-up menu for choosing the printer type.
  6. Select the printer (listed as an AirPrint Profile) in the Printers list, then click Add.

    If your printer doesn’t appear in the list, make sure you have the latest profile for the printer installed and that there is a network path for your computer to the printer. Check with your network administrator for the latest profile.

See alsoUpdate printer software on MacApple Support article: About AirPrintChange the default printer or a printer’s name on your MacUse your Mac to print to a printer connected to a Windows computer

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123.hp.com/setup - Install and download HP Printer driver software for HP printer setup. Before you scanning a documents into your devices with a 123.hp.com/setup scanner, you need to install the printer scanner driver so that your Printer scanner and devices can communicate. Start by connecting the printer setup scanner to your devices with USB port.

How to download and install HP printer drivers from 123.hp.com/setup?

  1. Switch on the HP printer and computer

  2. Open web browser and type 123.hp.com/setup

    • Make sure to install cartridges, load paper, and power on the printer. Click Download to get the recommended software for your printer.

  3. Enter HP Printer model number in the space provided

  4. Choose the printer driver

  5. Click on download button

  6. Go to the downloaded folder and run the software file to install the drivers

HP Printer Wireless Protected Setup

US Driver setup offers the recent version of printer drivers and software in a click as in 123.hp.com. You may avail of the latest version of printer drivers, software, and firmware for both Windows and MAC. Also, we offer the instructions for installing the downloaded drivers to your Windows or MAC PC.

HP Printer Wireless Protected Setup in Windows

  1. Turn on your printer.

  2. Open printer control and click on wireless icon.

  3. The wizard searches and displays a list of available networks.

  4. Select the name of your network to complete the connection. If needed, download the HP wireless software.

  5. Enter the SSID of your home network and password and connect your Printer to the wireless network at123.hp.com/setup.

  6. The printer can also be connected directly to your router using the WPS button. Press the WPS button on your Router and printer to connect your HP printer directly to the home

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Installation of the Printer Driver for Windows

  1. You can install the printer without the requirement of software

  2. Use the drivers built into the windows operating system

  3. The windows print driver provides basic functionality for printers

  4. Disconnect any USB cables to your printer

  5. Under ‘Change Device Installation Settings’ click on ‘Yes’ and save your changes

  6. Connect your printer with a USB cable or through the local network and install the 123.hp.com/setup printer driver with the help of the ‘Add a Printer’ Wizard

Installation of the Printer Driver for Mac OS

  1. Install the driver in the Mac OS X using the Apple Software update

  2. Under ‘System Preferences’ choose ‘Printers & Scanners’

  3. From the printer list, click on the ‘minus’ sign to delete the printer first and then ‘plus’ sign to add it back

  4. Click ‘Add’ to complete the addition of the printer

  5. You will be prompted to install the software for which you can click on ‘Download and Install’

Installation of the Printer Driver on smartphone

  1. To install the printer on your smartphone, first, determine the name of the network on which you have configured your printer

  2. Connect your mobile device to the same network – for this, you just have to go to your mobile device’s Wi-Fi settings and find the network

  3. Once you do, you are ready to print.

Hp printer setup on Windows – learn how?

Hp printer setup on Windows – When you set up your 123.HP.com/setup printer with HP recommended software on your computer, the print driver is installed and you can access the features that the printer supports. When you print documents, photos, and web pages. You can use this print driver to change color, paper, quality settings, and more.

After opening the HP printer setup by windows print driver, see the instructions in this document to see or change the configuration location.

Steps to setup HP Printer on Windows :-

Open the print settings window

Learn how to launch the HP Print Driver window from a general-purpose Windows application and navigate to different tabs and menus.

  1. On your computer, open the document or photo , click the File or menu icon, and then click Print .
    The Print or Print Photo window or pane opens, displaying general settings for the print job, including a menu for selecting the printer to use for printing.

  2. From the main print window or pane, open Document Properties or Print Settings to access the123.hp.com/setup print driver settings. The name of the button or link depends on the application performing the print.

    • Word Microsoft : [Printer Properties] to click

    • Paint and WordPad : [Basic] Click the

    • Windows Photo Viewer : the bottom right of the screen [options] and click, in the print settings window [Printer Properties] to click

    • PDF Reader Adobe : [Properties] to click

  3. To see different settings, click the tab at the top of the window. Click the Advanced button to access other settings. This button is usually on the Layout tab.

  4. If you see the Print Shortcuts tab, you can click this tab to use shortcuts that already have preferences that correspond to common print job types.

HP printer setup by USB cable connection to your Windows computer . To get maximum support from a USB-connected printer, install the full-featured HP driver.

Step 1: Preparing to HP Printer Setup By USB Drive

After reviewing the requirements, remove the previously installed printer version from Windows to prepare for USB connection setup and driver installation.

  1. Before you start, review the following requirements and items:

    • The printer is turned on and ready to use.

    • Have a USB cable that is less than 3 meters (9 feet 10 inches) long.

    • Your computer has a USB port available. When connecting via a USB hub or docking station, the printer may not receive enough power to operate properly.

    • If you connected the USB cable to your computer before installing the HP driver, continue with the steps below to remove the printer from the installed device to complete the setup successfully. If not, proceed to the next step to install the driver.

  2. Remove the USB cable from your computer. During the driver installation procedure, do not reconnect the cable until instructed to do so.

  3. Search for ” devices ” in Windows and click the Devices and Printers control panel settings in the search results .

  4. Right-click the icon for your printer model, then click Remove Device. If there are multiple icons on the same printer, delete them all.

  5. Close the Devices and Printers window and proceed to the next step.

Step 2: Install the driver then set up the connection

Download and install the best printer driver to complete the USB connection.

  1. 123.hp.com/setup enter the access to your printer model of the”, and download the driver and the on-screen instructions. Depending on your printer model, the driver-guided installation app HP Easy Start will be downloaded.

    • Follow the onscreen instructions to open the download file and launch setup once the driver or HP Easy Start has been downloaded. When you are asked to pick a form of link, select USB . If the setup is successful, you do not need to complete the rest of the steps in this section.

    • If the download fails or your printer does not appear on “www.123.hp.com/setup”, continue with the steps below to install the driver from the HP website.

  2. ” HP Customer Support – Software and Driver Downloads ” – to access the (HP Customer Support HP driver and software downloads), after entering your printer model When prompted, verify that the version of the operating system is correct I will.

  3. [First to identify your product] If the page is displayed, the [printer] and enter a click, model number of the printer, and [send] and click.

  4. If you need to change the operating system, click Change to select the version, then click Change .

  5. Under the Driver heading, click Download for the full software package, or click Basic Driver to select other driver options .

  6. If the installer prompts you to select a printer connection option, select USB to continue and complete the setup.

  7. Try printing, scanning, or faxing, depending on the capabilities of your printer.

Hp printer setup by wireless – learn how?

You can connect your123.HP.com/setup printer to your local Wi-Fi network and print wirelessly from your computer, smartphone, or tablet.

Step 1: Connect your printer to a Wi-Fi network

Before you print wirelessly, connect the printer to the same local wireless network to which your computer or mobile device is connected.

The following steps also apply if you change your Internet service provider. In case you need to install a new router and reconnect your printer.

  1. ” Please enter the WPS PIN for your printer. If you receive a message that” is displayed, the window [Cancel] and click, please continue with the following steps.

  2. Place the printer near the Wi-Fi router.

  3. Turn on the printer and check ink cartridges installed and the main tray is loaded with paper.

  4. Connect the printer to your local network.

Printers with Touch Screen Control Panel :

  1. In the printer, [wireless] , [Settings] or click the Restore Settings from the menu Restore Network Settings and select (or similar option).

  2. Get the network name (SSID) and password. For more information, see Finding your wireless password .

  3. [Wireless] , [Settings] or click the [Network Settings] from the menu Wireless Setup Wizard and select, select your network name and enter the password.

Printers without a touch screen control panel :

  1. Click and hold the Wireless button on the printer for 5 seconds or until the light begins to blink. Press and hold the Wireless and Power buttons on the back of the printer before the blue bar flashes for Tango printers .

  2. Within 2 minutes, press and hold the Wi-Fi Protected Settings WPS button on your router until the connection process begins. The blinking lamp on the printer will go out when the connection is complete.
    If your router does not have a WPS button , continue with the steps below.

  3. 123 hp com setup (Android, iOS), HP Smart –Microsoft Store(English). HP Smart-Mac App Store Download and install the HP Smart app from (English).

  4. Prepare the printer for wireless network connection.
    Most HP printers that do not have a touch screen : Press and hold the Wireless and Cancel buttons until the wireless and power lights flash .

  5. HP laser printers without a touch screen : Press and hold the Wireless button until the caution light flashes . The printer may restart.
    HP Tango Printer: Press and hold the Wireless button on the back of the printer for 5 seconds before the blue headlight flashes.

  6. Follow the instructions in the HP Smart app to install a printer within 2 hours and set up a wireless link.

Step 2: Add the printer to your computer or mobile device

Install the HP Printer Setup By Wireless software or HP Smart app and complete the printer connection.

  1. Check connected Device with wireless network.

  2. Go to www.123.hp.com/setup and enter the model name and number of your printer.

  3. Download the driver or HP Smart software to your mobile device or computer.

  4. Open this software and follow the guided installation to complete the wireless connection setup.

  5. If you see the “Confirm Printer PIN” message during setup, enter the PIN on the label affixed to your printer. If you need a password, enter your PIN as your password.

Hp printer setup on MAC – learn how?

HP printer setup on Mac – Mac is a built-in printing solution for Apple computers and mobile devices. You can print from most apps that have a print function.

How to setup and Install HP printer

Step 1: Connect printer to your network

To use Mac, connect your printer to your Mac. Connect the printer to the same network that your Mac is connected to.

  1. Turn on the printer and connect it to your network or computer, depending on how you want to use the printer.

    • Wireless connection for printers with touch screen or LCD menu control panel : On the printer, select the123.hp.com/Setup, Network, or Wireless menu, then select the Wireless Setup Wizard and follow the onscreen instructions to connect the printer. To do.

    • Connect the printer wirelessly with the button only : Hold down the wireless button for 3 seconds until the wireless light starts blinking . Press the WPS button on your router and wait for the printer to connect to the network.

    • USB Connection : Connect the USB cable to the USB port on the back of the printer and an available port on your computer.

    • Wired (Ethernet) Network Connection : Connect the network cable to the printer’s Ethernet port and a free port on your router or access point. The port should have a green light on and an orange action light flashing.

2. Open a document or photo, [file] , [Print] and then click the.

  • If your printer is displayed in the [Printer] menu Click the printer name and try printing. Check with test print, www.123.hp.com/setup is complete.

  • [Printer] If your printer to the menu is not displayed , [near the printer] there may have been displayed at the bottom of. In case you do not see your printer in any of the lists, proceed to the next step.

Step 2: Add the AirPrint printer to your printer queue

Make sure you’re usingAirPrint by adding a printer in System Preferences.

  1. From Apple ‘s menu, click System Preferences , then click Print & Scan or Printers & Scanners

  2. [Printer] to check if your printer name in the list is displayed, followed by, please do one of the following procedures.

    • If your printer is listed , remove it and add it again to make sure it’s set up for AirPrint.

      • Click the printer name,

      • Tap the minus sign to remove the printer

      • click the plus sign to add a printer or scanner

      • Tap the printer name to proceed to the next step

    • If your printer is not in the list , click the plus sign, Add Printer or Scanner, and then the name of your printer to continue to the next step.

    • If your printer does not appear in the Add Printer or Scanner window, go to the FAQ in this document, resolve any connectivity issues, try connecting your printer again, and then proceed to the next step. ..

  3. Make sure AirPrint or Secure Mac appears in the Use or Use for Printing menu, then click Add .

4.Open a document or photo, [file] , [Print] and then click the.

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