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Mobility Print for Chrome OS

End user instructions to install Mobility Print for Chrome OS

The above video gives general instructions to provide familiarisation of the process required to print, specific instructions can be found below.

Prerequisites

  • Computer running Chrome OS (Chrome OS 43 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)

How To Add A Printer And Print
Important: Make sure your Chromebook is connected to either eduroam or UniOfCam wireless network.

  1. Install the Mobility Print Chrome app from the Chrome Web Store
  2. Open the page to print
  3. If printing is available, right-click; then select Print
  4. Click Change to choose a printer
  5. Select DS-Print_FindMe from the list
  6. When prompted enter your CRSid and University password
  7. At any supported MFD login to release your print job

Note: The way you print is different depending on the app you want to print from. For more information, see the documentation for the app.

When you select a printer, make sure you select DS-Print_FindMe.

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