For all the Android users, there is some exciting news. With the latest Android 8.0 Oreo operating system, you don’t need printer plugins anymore. As part of the new additions, the new Oreo will solve one of Android’s biggest troubles. The Default Print Service eliminates the need for printer plugins.
With the waiting game going on, more and more features that Google has packed into Android 8.0 Oreo are coming to light. The market is abuzz with additions that Google is bringing to the mobile operating system. The printer plugin is one of the biggest pains that have troubled Android lately. Till now taking a simple print out was a cutout task. You had to download a different plugin for a different printer. You need to go to the Google Play Store and then download the plugin each time. Even after downloading the plugin, getting the printout was quite a hectic task. But with the new Android 8.0 Oreo, getting printouts is smooth and swift. The need to download third-party plugins has just been thrown out of the door.
For the first time, Google has partnered with Mopria to introduce a Default Print Service to the Android operating system. This is the first time that a printing platform on Android is coming to the market. The new default print service will work with any printer thanks to certification by Morpia. Interestingly Morpia certified printers account for over 100 million printers worldwide which are even roughly to say 96-97% of the market share.
Mobile printing is the key to easy and swift technology. Thanks to Android 8.0 Oreo, mobile printing not just becomes easy but goes to a whole new level. So how do you get the printing service on your Android?? It’s easy; to set the default printer service on your Android 8.0 Oreo, follow the simple steps. Go to Settings → Connected devices → Printing → Default Print Service and that’s it!! When you open your Default Printer Service, you will automatically get access to your printer via Wi-Fi and then manually enter the IP address to connect to it.
For quite some time now, Android was lacking behind when it came to printing files. Finally, the users can have a taste of it in the new Android 8.0 Oreo operating system.