Registering OKI Multi-function printers to Google Cloud Print

Registering OKI Multi-function printers to Google Cloud Print

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With an ever increasing mobile workforce, and the growing popularity of tablets, smartphones and laptops, printing documents where and when you need them adds a whole new meaning to print on demand providing you have access to a mobile print compatible device.

Thanks to the many mobile applications available, you no longer have to wait to be ‘back in the office’ to print and share documents essential to your business, customers or  partners; promotional customer information, contracts -  you can keep your business going whilst you are on the go.

Google Cloud Print (Google Inc.)
Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and Android devices
Google Inc has developed a cloud printing service called Google Cloud Print™ enabling users to print on the go from a smartphone or computer using Google Cloud Print enabled apps without installing the printer drivers. All you need is a compatible device and an OKI MFP that is Google Cloud Print Ready™.

The Google Cloud Print service connects your MFPs to the web. You can use Google Cloud Print to make your home and work printers available from the applications you use every day.

Supported OKI Multi-function printers
See the list of OKI’s MFPs that are Google Cloud Print Ready*.

B412dnMB472dnwMC332dn
B432dnMB492dnMC342dn
B512dnMB562dnwMC342dnw
  MC352dn
  MC362dn
  MC562dnw
  MC853
  MC873

Setup Instructions
In order to use Google Cloud Print service, you must have a Google account and connect your OKI MFP to a network. For information about how to do this please refer to the Google Cloud Print User's Manual.

System requirements:
- Compatible Operating System: Chrome OS™ / Android™ 2.1 or greater / iOS 3.0 or greater
- Compatible applications that can be used for printing: Chrome OS / Google Chrome™ / Google Drive™ / Gmail™

Visit the Google Inc website for more information about compatible operating systems and applications.

*Firmware upgrade maybe required. For further instructions click here