“Android users can now easily print documents and photos directly from their smartphones and tablets thanks to the built-in printing feature.
To print from an Android device, users must first ensure that their device and printer are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. Next, open the document or photo you wish to print and tap on the share icon, which is usually represented by three dots or an arrow. From the share menu, select “Print,” and the device will search for available printers on the same network.
Once the printer is selected, users can adjust print settings such as the number of copies, color or black and white, and print quality. They can also choose to print single or double-sided. After making the necessary adjustments, users can tap on the “Print” button to begin the printing process.
Not all Android apps support the built-in printing feature, so if you’re unable to find the “Print” option in the share menu, you may need to use a third-party app such as Google Cloud Print or PrinterShare. These apps allow users to print from a wide range of apps and also support printing to remote printers.
The built-in printing feature on Android makes it easy and convenient for users to print documents and photos directly from their devices. With this feature, users no longer need to transfer files to a computer before printing, saving them time and hassle.”