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How to Connect Brother Printer to Wi-Fi Network

by James Voks Technical Expert

If we look back into past, then there were so many tasks which took a lot of time and effort. Today, technology has changed this situation, and now you can do the same work in just a few minutes. For example, if we take printers then imagine if you had to make manual copies of a document every time you wish to have a copy. A printer has given us freedom from this monotonous work. If you search brands in the market, then many options will come in your notice but one who has never failed in presenting a wide variety along with affordability at the same time is Brother. With the help of innovation now they have come up with printers which can be used from anywhere in the house as they work on Wi-Fi such as Brother L355.

It is a wireless all-in-one printer with an integrated ink system. You can use it at home as well as at the office. However, due to lack of knowledge sometimes user face difficulties in connecting their printer to Wi-Fi network but instead of consulting Brother Printer support, you can do this on your own. In a city like The New York City, it is challenging to find out time as people have busy schedules, but the process which I will suggest is easy to apply and will not take much time for setup.

Steps to Connect Brother Printer L355 to Wi-Fi Network

Step 1: First you have to make sure that your Brother printer is connected to a stable internet connection. If it is not connected, then you can do it by contacting the official Brother Printer support. There you have to select the product name from present alternatives, click on “Manuals,” and then select the “Start Here” option.

Step 2: After connecting the internet, now you have to download the “Brother Connect Printer Setup Utility” which you will get on the official site.

Step 3: Now install all downloaded files to proceed further

Step 4: After installation, the program will ask you to read the End-User License Agreement. Carefully go through the information. In the end, you will find an option of “Next” button. Click on it and move ahead with the process

Step 5: Now the program will ask you the permission for installation. Click on the “Install” button. When the process gets complete, then a “Finish” button will show up, click on it and finish the process of installation.

Step 6: Now look for your product in the list and after choosing the same click on the “Next” button

Step 7: After this, you will see an option of “Printer Registration” radio button, select it and then click “Next”

Step 8: When the printer registration will be done then next, you have to choose “Agree “button which will reflect at the end of the page. After this click on “Next” button

Step 9: Now you will see a message which will quote “Register a printer to Brother Connect.” Here it will ask your permission. Click on “OK” option and proceed further

Step 10: In case if you don’t have an account with Brother then you have to create one. To do so, you will need to fill a form which you will get from the official website. Go to the site and click on “Create an Brother Connect Account,” and then click on “Finish” button

Step 11: If you are registering a new printer with your existing account, then select “I already have an account” from the option. Fill out the “Add a new printer” form and after that click on “Add” button

Step 12: Now click on the “Close” button

Step 13: After closing the program now your printer will be successfully connected WIFI Network. Check it by printing some document to make sure that you got the desired result or not

Brother L355 Wi-Fi configuration can be done quickly with this process. In case if it fails to serve your purpose, then it will be wise to contact Brother Printer Support technical expert by dialing toll-free number 1-844-298-5888. Brother customer service teams are available 24*7.

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Created on Jun 6th 2018 12:01. Viewed 208 times.

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