How to use ePrint from HP Envy printer

Step 1: Here we provide the instructions on how to print using HP ePrint application from Android, Amazon Fire tablets and smart phones.

Step 2: HP ePrint application is a mobile solution which helps you print to any supported HP printer which is on the same wireless network as your Android mobile device and to cloud-connected printers.

Step 3: This is a cloud- based service that allows you email the document or photo you want to print directly to a HP web-enabled printer using an active Internet connection irrespective of the places.

Step 4: Before you make an attempt to install the HP ePrint app, ascertain that the HP Envy 4520 printer and your Android mobile device meet the requirements mentioned. For Android device the operating system version should be 4.0 and later, whereas for Amazon Fire the operating system version should be OS 4.1 – 4.x and 5.1 – 5.x device or later.

Step 5: On your mobile device, go to the Wi-Fi settings and ascertain that you are connected to the single wireless network.

Step 6: As in the case of Wireless connection, make sure that the printer, make sure the wireless signal is activated and the printer is linked to the wireless network to which your mobile device is connected to.

Step 7: Download and install the HP ePrint application on your Amazon Fire device or Android device. Take a help of the on- screen prompts to install the app on the device.

Step 8: Once the installation is accomplished, next set of instructions will be prompted to access the files, photos, social media, and cloud accounts.

Step 9: This ePrint application is available in Google Play Store. When urged, choose out your usage data preferences followed by the Done option. After the installation has been completed, the ePrint app gets screened on the computer display.

Step 10: Click on the Grant permission, Add Cloud Account, or Add Email Account option. Then go with the on-screen prompts to permit the app access to your files, cloud accounts, photos, and social media.

Step 11: Now attempt to print email, photos, and webpages from your Android or Amazon Fire device. Printing from Google Drive and Dropbox is also made possible using ePrint application.