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How to Add a Printer and Print Directly from your iPhone or iPad with or without AirPrint

The simplest way to print from an iPhone is by adding a printer with AirPrint. You can also print wirelessly without AirPrint by downloading your printer’s app on an iPhone or iPad, or by connecting your devices with a USB cable and adapter.

How to Print from an iPhone or iPad with AirPrint?

Follow These Steps :

  • Open the image you wish to print.
  • Click the Share button.
  • Or select the icon of three horizontal dots or the icon of an arrow pointing to the left.
  • Scroll down to see icon of a printer next to the word Print
  • Tap Print
  • Now tap Select Printer at the top.
  • Find and select the name of the nearby printer you wish to use.
  • Click Print at top-right corner of the screen.

How to Print from an iPhone or iPad without AirPrint?

You have to Download your printer’s app on the App Store.

Follow These Steps :

  • Open printer’s app on your device.
  • Turn on printer’s Wi-Fi.
  • Go to phone or tablet’s Settings.
  • Click Wi-Fi tab.
  • Find printer under Other Network and Tap it.
  • Open the image you wish to print.
  • Hit the Share icon.
  • You should now be able to connect the printer through the app and print.

How to Print from an iPhone or iPad with a USB cable?

Follow These Steps :

  • Turn on your printer.
  • Connect one end of the USB cord to your printer.
  • The other end to the USB OTG cord.
  • Plug the other end of the USB OTG cord into your iPhone or iPad.
  • Tap OK
  • Go to the document you wish to print and tap the Share.
  • Select the Print option.
  • The connected printer should appear next to Printer on the Printer Options page.
  • 6. Tap Print.

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