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This review is from: Samsung C410W Xpress Wireless Colour Laser Printer (Accessory)
If you use apple products my experience has been this printer is not fit for purpose. The software support simply does not function as described making it virtually impossible to set up the wireless connection - the reason I bought this printer. Basic compatibility tests should have ironed this out long before it went on sale! Hopeless piece of junk.
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Initial post: 19 Dec 2013 14:58:51 GMT
Cristian Moisei says:
I too had problems setting it up on OSX but I managed to complete the setup via USB. It works wirelessly so you won't need the USB cable afterwards - just to complete the setup.
Give it a shot.
Posted on 2 Jan 2014 02:42:21 GMT
M. Taylor says:
Giving a product 1 measly star because you cannot configure it to print with 1 out of the possible interfaces is not helpful. Does it print with a network cable - is the quality good, is it fast, does it jam - those are all questions people want to know.
I suggest you use a USB cable to configure as Cristian says. Possibly get newer drives here: http://www.samsung.com/ca/support/model/S
Please don't blame equipment. Given there are drivers for OSX I am positive it works with wi-fi and was tested thoroughly.
Posted on 17 Jan 2014 21:43:53 GMT
Janice E. says:
I set my Ipad up to print in about 30 seconds. Don't know about other apple products but that one was simple
In reply to an earlier post on 29 Apr 2014 21:56:02 BDT
I. Waugh says:
Janice, did you get this working with AirPrint? I can't for the life of me.
Posted on 30 Jun 2014 03:20:37 BDT
Bit unfair to call it a hopeless piece of junk, just because you can't work out how to set up your home network. I had 3 macs connected to it in 5 minutes! However if you are an iphone using and want to connect via NFC, forget it. Samsung won't tell you this but you should find out if your phone is compatable with NFC printing before you buy anyway, if this is a function you want to use.
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