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Printing from Android is yet another example of the PC/Handset gap becoming smaller and smaller. Rewind 15 years ago, the majority of homes had a PC or iMac for an assortment of uses. Online shopping, gaming, web surfing, and more were (more or less) confined to a keyboard and mouse.
Looking to print from Android? It’s now easier than ever to print whilst you’re on the go or at home if you have a wireless printer. You can of course use your printer bespoke printing app (HP, Epsom, etc) and even set up Google Cloud Print to use any printer if you want to.
Android has its own built-in printing functions that are quite user-friendly, so we’re going to show you how to print out a photo or web page from a Google Pixel 5 running Android 12. These steps will be similar regardless of the handset and Android version, so don’t worry. You can check out the Google Pixel 5 here and how to download Android 12 here. Looking for instructions on how to print out text messages? Click here.
Users will probably use the print from Android function to print pictures mostly, so here’s how to do just that from the Google Photos app:
Another popular reason to print from Android is printing out web pages for one reason or another. This is again pretty straightforward:
Much like the print option for photos, you can now select your networked printer and other print options. Tap the print icon to complete the process.
If you have any issues printing out web pages, photos, or anything else, please check your printer user guide to make sure your wireless printer has been set up. Also, it’s good practice to have your wireless printers companion app should all else fail.
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