Printing to the i80 / iP90 with Bluetooth Compliant Devices other than a Computer

Article ID: ART158894 | Date published: 06/09/2015 | Date last updated: 08/18/2015


Printing with Bluetooth Compliant Devices other than a Computer


Printing with Bluetooth Compliant Devices other than a Computer

The Canon xxxx Setup Utility ( "xxxx" refers to Model ) allows you to make setting for printing using Bluetooth compliant devices other than a computer. When you print with these devices, refer to the instruction manual supplied with your product.

Note: The device which can print is, for example, a PDA, mobile phone or digital camera supporting the OPP (Object Push Profile) or BIP (Basic Imaging Profile). For details of profiles, refer to your product's instruction manual.

1. Turn the printer on and load paper.

Note: If you use the optional battery, ensure that the battery is charged.

2. Check the print settings using the Canon Setup Utility. (Examples follow)

Click 'Change' to change Photo Print Settings

Click 'Change' to change Document Print Settings

See Checking Bluetooth settings with the Setup Utility

Note: Before setting the print configuration using the Setup Utility , a USB cable must be connected between the printer and computer.

3. Start printing.

Checking the Settings Using the Canon Setup Utility

The Setup Utility software is used to specify a media type, paper size, and so on when printing from a PictBridge compliant device or via infrared communication. Install the printer driver in the Easy install mode from the Setup Software & User's Guide CD-ROM and the Canon Setup Utility will also be installed automatically.

This section describes the procedures for checking the settings of the Bluetooth unit using the Canon xxxx ( "xxxx" refers to Model) Setup Utility as preparation for Bluetooth printing.

The Canon xxxx Setup Utility is used to set up the media type, size and print layout to print via infrared communication such as the PDA or a mobile phone. For more information on settings for printing via infrared communication, refer to the User's Guide.

1. Check that the printer is connected with the computer with a USB cable, and that the printer is on.

2. Click 'Start' and select 'All Programs', 'Canon Utilities', 'Canon xxxx Setup Utility' and the 'Canon xxxx Setup Utility'.

Or, double-click the 'Canon xxxx Setup Utility' icon on the desktop.
The Canon xxxx Setup Utility will start.

3. Select 'Bluetooth Settings' tab, and then click 'Change' in Bluetooth Settings page.

If the Bluetooth Settings feature does not appear on the Canon xxxx Setup Utility screen, the Bluetooth unit may not be installed correctly.

4. Enter a passkey.

The passkey is an identification number to be determined by the user. It is used to prevent interference from other Bluetooth devices.
Enter the initial value, 0000, and click 'OK'.

5. Check the Model.

The Model is necessary to register the printer as a Bluetooth device. Be sure to note the Model.

To register and use multiple units, changing the model name is recommended for easy identification of the printer you will use. Model names can be changed using a maximum of 24 characters. After changing a model name, click 'Send'.

When the Model has been checked, click 'Cancel'.

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