Dell E310dw Google Cloud Print Setup
Dell E310dw Google Cloud Print Setup – although the printing unit only achieves the standard of 600 dpi at favorable laser printers, testers and buyers are still satisfied. In the daily work with documents, the E310DW text brings to paper. Only with very small font sizes do you have to expect a loss of quality. A new toner for the Dell laser printer costs nearly as much as the printer itself. Thus, the follow-up costs are only acceptable if toner changes are not frequent, for example, if you are very seldom printing or only a few people use the Dell E310dw printer. For a laser, 1,200 pages are not a long range.
You can’t scan with the Dell E310dw, but after all, the printing unit and the paper guide work quite reliably. Lighter papers, according to buyers, are noticeable. Here the handle helps with heavier laser printer paper. The interface offer is also commendable because the Dell E310dw printer allows the integration into the network both classical via network cable as well as via WLAN. However, the user is critical of the stability of the WLAN connection. However, the device receives praise for the recessed connections, which allow a positioning directly on the wall.
If your Dell E310dw printer is not yet cloud-ready, make sure the computer that set up the printer is also enabled and connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your printer. If you’re using Windows, install the Google Cloud Print Windows Driver. You can use it to print from other web browsers (such as Internet Explorer) or computer programs (such as Microsoft Office). Download Google Cloud Print Windows Driver from this page.
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To print over Wi-Fi from your computer, or to share printers with others quickly, you can connect Dell E310dw printer to Google Cloud Print to use all of the cloud print features from Google. You must Connect the Printer to Wi-Fi and Computers with Chrome browser. Please follow the following tutorial:
How to Setup Google Cloud Print on Dell B3460dn
Before doing Google Cloud Print with your Dell B3460dn, you must look up to this point before Set up your printer with Google Cloud Print
- Activate your Dell E310dw printer, then Connect your computer to a Wi-Fi network. If you do not understand, follow the first Printer Manual.
- Turn on your computer and Connect your computer to the same Wi-Fi network as your Dell E310dw printer.
- Find out if your printer is Google Cloud Ready Version 1 or Version 2 by opening the Cloud-ready printer page, then search for your Dell model and printer. If next to your printer is “v2”, your printer is cloud-ready (version 2.0). Otherwise, if it is not listed “v1” next to the printer name, you
- r printer is cloud-ready (version 1.0).
- If your printer is not listed, your printer is not yet cloud-ready. However, if the printer can connect to Wi-Fi, you can prepare Dell B3460dn Google Cloud Print Setup with Google Cloud Print.
After Setting up all the above, Connect your Dell E310dw printer with Google Cloud print by following the tutorial:
- Open Chrome on your computer.
- Type chrome: // devices and press Enter.
- Under “New Device,” find your Dell E310dw printer.
- Next, to the printer, click Manage.
- In the “Confirm signup” box that appears, click Sign up.
- On the printer screen, follow the instructions to complete the registration. Maybe you need to press List or OK button.
- To check if your printer is listed, go to google.com/cloudprint and click Printers on the computer. This page will display the printers already added.