How to Convert My Canon MP600 to Wireless

The Canon MP600 is a colour bubble jet printer that features a maximum print resolution of 9600 by 2400 dpi, an integrated scanning unit, a built-in memory card reader and compatibility with both Windows and Macintosh operating systems. The device can connect to computers via a USB 2.

0 high speed connection; however, users wishing to convert the MP600 to a wireless device can install an optional Bluetooth adaptor. When configured in this way, users can connect from a variety of Bluetooth-enabled devices, including computers, phones and PDAs.

Open the cover on the control panel, located near the front edge of the printer's top panel. Press the "ON/OFF" button, located in the upper-left corner of the control panel. Wait for the power light, located near the lower-left corner of the control panel, to stop flashing before you proceed.

Examine the lower-right corner of the printer's front panel and find the port installed to the right of the paper output tray. Insert the end of the Bluetooth adaptor into the port.

  • The Canon MP600 is a colour bubble jet printer that features a maximum print resolution of 9600 by 2400 dpi, an integrated scanning unit, a built-in memory card reader and compatibility with both Windows and Macintosh operating systems.
  • Press the "ON/OFF" button, located in the upper-left corner of the control panel.

Examine the control panel and locate the "Easy-Scroll Wheel" installed in the centre. Find and press the "Home" button, located to the left of the Easy-Scroll Wheel. Run your finger clockwise over the surface of the Easy-Scroll Wheel until the "Settings" option appears on the control panel's display. Press the "OK" button, located in the centre of the Easy-Scroll Wheel, to confirm your selection.

Use the Easy-Scroll Wheel to highlight the option labelled "Bluetooth settings" and press "OK." Highlight the option labelled "Device Name" and press "OK." Use the Easy-Scroll Wheel to input the first letter of the device name that you wish to assign to the printer. Press down the right side of the Easy-Scroll Wheel to advance to the next letter. Input the remaining letters in this manner, then press "OK."

  • Examine the control panel and locate the "Easy-Scroll Wheel" installed in the centre.
  • Use the Easy-Scroll Wheel to highlight the option labelled "Bluetooth settings" and press "OK."

Return to the Bluetooth settings and select "Access refusal." Confirm the access refusal setting is set to "OFF"; use the Easy-Scroll Wheel to toggle the setting, if required, and press "OK."

Return to the Bluetooth settings and select "Security." Toggle the setting to "ON" if you wish to require a passkey from devices attempting to connect to the printer; press "OK." Return the Bluetooth settings and select "Passkey" if you have enabled the "Security" setting. Input the passkey in the same way that you set the device name; press "OK." Highlight the option labelled "OK" and press "OK."

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