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Mobility Print (Common Balance only) 

Mobility print provides a convenient and simplified print method with a minimal configuration aimed at Smartphones and Tablets printing wirelessly. Mobility print is supported on a subset of MultiFunctional Devices (MFD) participating in DS-Print Service. This subset of MFDs comprises of Sharp and Konica MFDs participating in the Common Balance credit scheme and utilising FindMe printing.

Prerequisites

  • Mobile device for Apple iPhone or iPad iOS (9.2 or later), or Android phone or tablet (4.4 or later)
  • Desktop Services account for authentication 
  • eduroam or UniOfCam wireless network connection 
  • Common Balance credit (Local Balance credit isn't supported by Mobility Print, for Local Balance, DS-Print for desktops and laptops should be used)

Releasing print jobs submitted using Mobility Print is available at the following (Common Balance) institutions (you must have credit on your Common Balance, otherwise print jobs will fail with no status feedback):

College Department

Christ's*
Clare
Clare Hall
Girton
Gonville & Caius
Homerton*
Hughes Hall
Kings
Lucy Cavendish
Newnham*
Peterhouse*
Queens'
Robinson*
Selwyn*
St. Catharine's
St. John's*
Trinity*
Trinity Hall
Wolfson

Archaeology
Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
Biochemistry
Careers Service
Centre for Digital Built Britain
Centre for the Study of Existential Risk
Chemistry
Classics
Computer Laboratory
CRASSH    
Criminology
Digital Humanities
Economics
Education
English
Future of Intelligence & Study of Existential Risk
Gates Cambridge Trust
Geography
Haddon Library
History
History & Philosophy of Science
Information Services (Including University Centre)
Lauterpacht Centre for International Law
Law
Maxwell Centre (Physics)
Medical Library
Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics
Pharmacology
Philosophy
Physics
Plant Sciences
Psychology
Sociology
Toxicology
University Library
Veterinary Medicine
Zoology

*Note

Unfortunately, while the below colleges participate in the Common Balance scheme, due to the colleges' eduroam implementation only print jobs submitted using another institution's eduroam connection will be able to be released at the following colleges'.

  • Christ's
  • Homerton
  • Newnham
  • Peterhouse
  • Robinson
  • Selwyn
  • St. John's
  • Trinity

Example

A student with an Android or Apple mobile phone using an eduroam wireless connection can send a print job to any supported MFD (and be charged for it at the institution's standard rate).

Installation instructions

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