WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) Push Button Method - TS8220

Article ID: ART172184 | Date published: 10/09/2018 | Date last updated: 11/02/2023


This article explains how to use the WPS Push Button method to connect your PIXMA TS8220 to a wireless network.

Looking for for wireless setup information for other printer models? Click here.


WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) Push Button Method - PIXMA TS8220

WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) is a method that allows you to easily connect network devices to a secure wireless network. You do not need to know your SSID or password (network key) when using this method. If you have a Wireless access point or router that supports WPS, you can easily connect your Canon wireless printer to your home network.

  1. Tap Network (A).

  2. Tap Wi-Fi.

    LAN settings screen: Select Wi-Fi

  3. Tap Settings.

    Wi-Fi setting list screen: Select Settings

  4. Tap Wi-Fi setup.

    Wi-Fi screen: Select Wi-Fi setup

  5. Tap WPS (Push button method).

    Wi-Fi setup screen: Select WPS (Push button method)

  6. Tap OK.

    WPS (Push button method) screen: Select OK

  7. Press and hold the WPS button on the wireless router.

     Not all wireless routers have this button. If your router doesn't have it, you can connect the printer by manually selecting your wireless network.

  8. Tap OK on the printer within 2 minutes.

    WPS (Push button method) screen: Select OK

    If a different screen appears, see "Troubleshooting."

  9. When the screen on the below appears, tap OK.

    Completion screen (Connected to the wireless router.)

    If a different screen appears, see "Troubleshooting."

  10. Tap HOME on the left side of the screen.

    HOME screen

    The network connection setup is now complete.

    When connection is complete, Network appears at the bottom left of the screen.

  11. macOS

    Return to the application software and proceed with the setup.

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


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