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Toshiba Printers- Steps to Print from a Tablet or Smartphone!

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(Please note that the information given here to print different documents, files and media from a tablet or Smartphone is applicable for selected models (e-STUDIO2500AC, e-STUDIO5008A, e-STUDIO2000AC, e-STUDIO4508A, e-STUDIO2500AC, e-STUDIO3508A, e-STUDIO4505AC, e-STUDIO3008A, e-STUDIO3505AC, e-STUDIO2508A, e-STUDIO3005AC, e-STUDIO2008A, e-STUDIO2505AC, e-STUDIO4508A, etc.) of Toshiba printer. If the Toshiba printer you are using is unable to accept print commands from your tablet or Smartphone, then call immediately on the Toshiba customer support phone number and get an instant resolution.)

Toshiba is a market leader in providing computer systems, laptops, desktops, and a plethora of other products for the consumers and businesses. It also offers a comprehensive array of printers that help the customers, print different documents with high-quality printing. From high-speed color multi-functional printers to highly-efficient black and white printers to fax machines and scanners, the Japanese multinational company offers it all. The exceptional features of Toshiba printers make them a preferred choice over its competitors. 

Every model of the Toshiba printer comes up with particular system specifications that need to be checked to avoid any kind of compatibility issue. Once purchased, you need to install the specific drivers of that Toshiba printer on your device. Most of the Toshiba printers also accept prints from your mobile device. 

This means you don’t always need to have your laptop or computer system with you as you can print any document, file or even media from your Android and iOS mobile devices. To make this happen, all you need to do is make sure that your Toshiba printer and the mobile device (from which you are going to print the document) are connected to the same network. Check out the below-mentioned applications with the help of which you can print several files, documents and more from your mobile devices:

e-BRIDGE Print and Capture App- For iOS and Android
Developed by Toshiba, e-BRIDGE supports authentication, project codes, department codes, and have a number of printing options including stapling. In order to use OCR to output an editable or searchable format (DOCX, Searchable PDF, XLSX, etc.), the e-BRIDGE application integrates with Re-Rite, which is the software that runs on your server. 
To ensure successful printing, the file or the document must be opened within the application. Please note that the printing a document from various other apps including web browser or image viewer cannot be made possible. 

AirPrint- For iOS
AirPrint, the mobile printing solution comes up with the Apple iOS4.2 and above operating systems. If the printer you are using supports AirPrint then make sure the setting of being discoverable to the other devices is turned on in it. 
Mopria- For Android 
With Mopria, you can enjoy hassle-free printing from an Android device to the printers. The first execution of Mopria has been made for Google Android Operating System version 4.4 or above. However, it doesn’t support functions like department codes, authentication codes, and stapling. In addition, it also supports only limited printing options. All you need to do is get the app installed on your device. 

If you have successfully installed the aforementioned applications in your iOS and Android device but still facing some issue in printing the documents from your Toshiba printer then the only solution to get rid of the issue is reaching out to the Toshiba customer support phone number. The team of technicians working 24*7 to offer round the clock support services has years of experience in troubleshooting all errors associated with different Toshiba printers. All you need to do is contact them on their toll-free number and the team will respond to your call shortly.


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