Wireless Setup Using a WPS Connection - G4210

Article ID: ART169438 | Date published: 01/16/2018 | Date last updated: 04/09/2019


Push Button


WPS Connection

Follow the procedure below to set up a printer.

  1. Make sure printer is turned on before starting wireless connection setup.

    If the power is on, the ON lamp (A) will be lit.

    figure: ON lamp lights up


    • If printer is performing cleaning, print head alignment, or other processes, wait for the process to finish, before starting setup.
  2. If the screen on the below appears, press the Stop button (B) on the printer.

    figure: Press the Stop button
  3. Press the Setup button (C).

    figure: Press the Setup button
  4. Use the Left or Right button (D) to select Wireless LAN setup.

    Setup menu screen: Select Wireless LAN setup
  5. Press the OK button.

  6. Select WPS (Push button) and press the OK button.

    Wireless LAN setup screen: Select WPS (Push button)
  7. Press and hold the WPS button on the wireless router.

    For more on pressing the WPS button, see the wireless router manual.

  8. Press the OK button on the printer within 2 minutes.

    WPS (Push button) screen: Connect to the wireless router that supports WPS


  9. When the screen on the below appears, press the OK button.

    Completion screen (Connected)


  10. Press the COPY button (A).

    figure: Press the COPY button

    The network connection setup is now complete.

  11. Return to the application software and proceed with the installation.

    *If you haven't yet downloaded  the setup file, select the appropriate link, below.  Read the information provided and click the Download button.


    Windows   Mac



    Click Setup icon in the taskbar, follow the on-screen instructions to proceed with setup.




    Click Setup icon in the Dock, follow the on-screen instructions to proceed with setup.


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