Printing documents with Android, BlackBerry and Symbian devices is also possible via Bluetooth. Practically any Bluetooth enabled printer that connects with the mobile device can be used. If a printer has no own Bluetooth interface, a small Bluetooth printer adapter can make it Bluetooth enabled in no time.
Printers which are not supported
Cortado’s approach is to support the highest number of printers that can be accessed directly from smartphones and tablets. But even for us there are limits. Unfortunately, the following printers are not supported:
- GDI Printers: These are printers which connect directly to a Windows PC because they use the graphic interface of Windows for page description. Some of these devices can be converted by upgrading them into traditional network printers. We sometimes offer a driver for this printer but unfortunately it is not supported by the printer’s current configuration.
- Printers that do not directly connect with the Wi-Fi network, but only with an end-device or specific driver software.
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