Google Cloud Print is a service that allows users to send documents to printers from a range of devices like Personal computers, as well as mobile phones and tablets. Users can send a document to a printer from anywhere, regardless of distance, because this service uses the Internet to send documents.
Google suggests using a cloud-ready printer to get started with Google Cloud Print. The majority of newer printer designs from Brother, Canon, Dell, Epson, HP, Kodak, and Samsung are cloud-ready. The Google Cloud Print website also has a comprehensive list of cloud-ready printer models. Installing the Google Chrome system on the transmitting device requires setting up a printer for Google Cloud Print. Signing in to Google Cloud Print and enabling printer connectivity. This will require users to access Google Chrome settings. Advanced instructions are available in Google Chrome. Which has a modified interface that allows cloud printing.
How Google cloud printer use
- Cloud printing services enable you to print from any web-connected device by routing print jobs between your devices.
- Sending them to an internet-connected printer.
- It also permits designs to access locate printers and print by their own devices without the need for drivers are installing them.
- The graphic below depicts how Cloud printing services work in general. When your company’s employees submit a print job, the Cloud service routes it to the appropriate printer and formats it.
- Cloud printing can use with either cloud-ready or legacy printers and requires the installation of a cloud print connector on the device
Usage of Google Cloud Printer in Epson
You can print from your Apple or Android device to your Epson wireless equipment using a Google Account (WF-2530). Chromebooks with the Google Chrome browser can also print without the use of drivers or wires. Set up your Epson device for wireless printing as specified on the Start Here sheet if you’re setting it up for the first time.
Before beginning the Google Cloud Print setup, make sure your Epson printer and PC are both linked to the same network.
Follow these procedures if your product is already connected to your wireless network:
- Connect your device to the same wireless network as your Epson device.
- A network status sheet can be printed.
- On the network status sheet, look for your product’s IP address.
- In a web browser, type the IP address into the address box.
- Choose Google Cloud Print Services from the drop-down menu.
Note: Turn your product off and on again if you don’t see the Google Cloud Print Services option. If the choice still does not display, click Firmware Upgrade and update your product according to the on-screen instructions.
- Register by clicking the Register button.
- To agree to the Usage Advisory, tick the box and then click Next.
- To access the sign-in page, click OK. A new browser window appears.
- Click Sign in and enter your Google Account username and password, or click Sign up for a New Google Account and follow the on-screen instructions if you don’t have one.
- To finish the setting and print a test page, click Finish printer registration. Your Google Account is now linked to your product. It can access from any Chromebook, computer, Apple, or Android smartphone with an internet connection.