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How do you print from my iPad to hp3310?


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Answered 2012-09-03 04:47:06

The Photosmart 3310 does not support AirPrint, the technology Apple uses to print wirelessly to home newtork printers. You will have to install the ePrint app on the iPad, and then use it to send the print job to the HP ePrint servers, which then send it to your printer. The 5510 is the first model in the Photosmart printers that support Airprint.

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no you can not print from your ipad but they might come up with an ipad that you can print stuff with


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With via wifi to your computer


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