Printing and Scanning with NFC from Your Android Device
You can easily connect your Android 4.0 or later device to your product using NFC (Near Field Communication). Once connected, you can print and scan using Epson iPrint.
Make sure Epson iPrint is installed on your Android device.
Make sure Simple AP mode or Wi-Fi Direct is enabled on your product and that you are using the default Wi-Fi Direct password.
NFC printing and scanning will not work if you changed the default Wi-Fi Direct password.
Do one of the following:
If you are going to print, make sure paper is loaded in the product.
If you are going to scan, place your original on the product for scanning.
Touch the NFC antenna of your Android device to the NFC tag on your product.
The location of your mobile device's NFC antenna varies. See your mobile device documentation for details.
Epson iPrint opens on your device.
If you do not have Epson iPrint installed, the app store page for the Epson iPrint app opens on your device. Install Epson iPrint and repeat this step.
Touch the NFC antenna of your Android device to the product NFC tag on your product again.
The product and Android device connect.
If the Android device and product disconnect, try to print or scan a document. The Android device and product should reconnect automatically.
If you are going to print, open the file you want to print in Epson iPrint.
Touch the NFC antenna of your Android device to the NFC tag on your product to start printing or scanning.
Wi-Fi Direct Mode Setup
Using the Epson iPrint Mobile App
Wi-Fi or Wired Networking
Placing Originals on the Product
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