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How to add a printer to a Samsung Galaxy S10 and print wirelessly using Wi-Fi

You can add a printer to your Samsung Galaxy S10 through the device’s settings.
By adding a printer to your Samsung Galaxy S10, you are able to print directly from your phone.
To wirelessly print using your Samsung Galaxy S10, you need to have access to a Wi-Fi connection.
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If you’ve ever needed to print something quickly, but didn’t have access to a computer, you’re in luck. The Samsung Galaxy S10 has the capacity to print from anywhere with access to a Wi-Fi connection.
To print something from your Samsung Galaxy S10, you will first need to add a printer to your device.
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How to add a printer to a Samsung Galaxy S10
1. Open the “Settings” app by tapping on it.

2. Tap on “Connections.”
3. Make sure that your Wi-Fi is enabled. Your phone and printer must both be connected to the same Wi-Fi network in order to print from your phone.

4. Slide to the bottom of the “Connections” list and tap “More connection settings.”
5. Tap on “Printing.”
6. Select “Samsung Print Service Plugin” and switch the slider to “On.”
7. Tap on “Download plugin” and select the app that matches the type of printer you wish to use.
 
8. Tap “Install” and follow the instructions on your phone screen.
9. Select the printer you want to use.
Now that you have added a printer to your Samsung Galaxy S10, you can print documents, pictures and more using only your phone. Refer to your printer’s instruction manual for any additional setup needed.

 
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