How do I use Google Cloud Print with my product?
With a Google Account, you can print from your Apple or Android device to your Epson wireless product. You can also print from Chromebooks and the Google Chrome browser without drivers or cables.
If you are setting up your product for the first time, set up your Epson product for wireless printing as described on the sheet.
Important: Make sure your Epson printer and computer are connected to the same network before starting the Google Cloud Print setup.
If your product is already on your wireless network, follow these steps:
- Connect your Apple or Android device to the same wireless network that your Epson product is using.
- Print a network status sheet.
Note: See your product's for detailed instructions on printing a status sheet.
- Locate your product's IPaddress on the network status sheet.
- Enter the IP address into the address bar of a web browser as shown below.
- Select the Google Cloud Print Services option.
Note: If you don't see the Google Cloud Print Services option, turn your product off and back on. If the option still doesn't appear, select the Firmware Update option and follow the on-screen instructions to update your product.
- Click Register.
Note: You may have to scroll down to click buttons indicated in steps 5-7.
- Select the check box to agree to the Usage Advisory and click Next.
- Click OK to launch the sign-in page. A separate browser window opens.
- Enter your Google Account username and password and click Sign in or, if you don't have an account, click Sign up for a new Google Account.
- Click Finish printer registration to complete setup and print a test page.
Your product is now linked to your Google account and can be accessed from any Chromebook, computer, iPhone, iPad, or Android device with internet access. The steps you take to print will vary from application to application. Visit the Google Cloud Print for a list of all supported apps. To learn more about advanced features, such as sharing your printer with multiple users, visit the Google Cloud Print FAQs.