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You will need

  • an Android phone or tablet using Android 4.4 or later 
  • a connection to either eduroam or UniOfCam Wi-Fi
  • a Desktop Services account for authentication
  • Common Balance credit (you can't use your Local Balance with Mobility Print – for this use DS-Print for desktops and laptops)

How to install Mobility Print 

You must complete both steps of these Instructions 

Step One – Downloading and installing the app 

  1. Make sure your Android device is connected to either eduroam or UniOfCam wireless network 
  2. You must install Mobility Print app from the Google Play Store, using this unique URL.
  3. Select Install:

Step Two – Ensuring Mobility Print is on  

  1. After installing select Open:

     

  2. Select Tap here and check the Mobility Print Service is on:

     

  3. Ensure Mobility Print is On:

     

How to Print

  1. Open the app you want to print from.   
  2. Select print from the app’s share icon or in the app’s menu - if you can’t find the print option, check the app’s help section. Not all apps support printing.   
  3. Select Printer and choose DS-Print_FindMe   
  4. Choose the number of copies, colour and other print options.
  5. Look out for Notifications, select the Notification when authentication is required.

    At the prompt enter your CRSid and Raven password.

     

  6. Locate and log in to any supported Konica or Sharp printer to release your print job. 

Tip: If you select the Remember me check box, your Android device will remember your login details for for 30 days.

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