Set up printing on a Chromebook

  1. Make sure the client is connected to your organization’s network.
  2. Install the Mobility Print Chrome app.

  3. If you want to print from Android applications such as Microsoft Word:

    1. Enable Google Play store as a user or as an Administrator.

    2. Install the Mobility Print Android app from the Google Play Store.

    3. Click Open.

    4. Click Android settings.

    5. Click Mobility Print.

    6. Click the enable toggle.

  4. Open the page to print.

    The way you print is different depending on the app you're printing from. For more information, see the documentation for the app. When you select a printer, make sure you select a Mobility Print printer as identified by the PaperCut icon PaperCut logo.

  5. Print the content.

    For example, to print from Microsoft Word, press Ctrl+P, select a printer; then click Print.

  6. When prompted, sign in.

NOTE
  • Need to assign an account to your print job? You can do that at the printer or via the Mobile web client.

    Android apps are available only on supported devices. To see if your Chromebook supports Android app printing, see Chrome OS Systems Supporting Android Apps.

  • Your Chromebook must run Chrome OS version 53+.

  • If you are unsure whether or not your apps are Android apps:

    1. Open the Play Store app.
    2. Click the menu; then select My Apps and Games.
    3. Click the Installed tab. A list of the Android apps installed on your Chromebook is displayed.

Device requirements

Mobility Print supports Chrome OS with Chrome version 43+ for Chrome apps and version 53+ for Android apps.

To see how to set up other device types, follow the links:

Windows

macOS

iOS

Android

Chrome OS