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Printing from Android

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Printing from Android
By Paolo Amoroso • Issue #50 • View online
Up to a decade or two ago, I printed all sorts of documents from my PC. Software documentation, source code listings, the works.
These days I store and access nearly everything online and print much less. Only a few invoices or receipts for archival record. But I still like the ability to print to my wireless home printer from any device in case I need it. On the desktop, from Chrome OS I reconfigured the printer for local use after the shutdown of Google Cloud Print. And I realized printing from Android is easy and works from all apps, such as Gmail or Google Docs.
If you have a wireless printer, read below how to configure your Android device to use it.

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