Wireless printing may be accomplished on a number of potable devices including: iPhone, iPod, Android phone and Android tablet, and Kindle Fire.
This section provides instruction for printing using an Examples are from an iPad.
1. Printing images using the PrinterOn app screen options. Open the PrinterOn app on your device and tap on the Photos icon. Select an image that has been stored on your device (in this case from Camera Roll). View the image on the PrinterOn app and tap on the printer icon at the top right of the image screen. Tap on the Print button at the bottom of the PrinterOn screen, input your CalNet ID or Guest Card number and tap on the checkmark at the top of screen. The PrinterOn application will indicate when your print job has been sent to a Library public printer station.
1. Print an attachement from Gmail. Open the Gmail application on your iOS device and open an email that has an attachement. Tap on the attachement and, as is indicated on this attachment, the system will save the attachement to your local Google drive. Devices that have other storage applications may display other options. Exit the Gmail app, go to the PrinterOn app and tap on the Documents option. Tap on the document attachement that has been saved. Thie document may not display on the PrinterOn screen but it will print once you tap on the Print button and complete the printing process,
2. Printing Gmail email using PrinterOn. Open Gmail and select the email you wish to print. Tap on the diamond at the top right corner of the iPad screen. Once the diamond menu is displayed, choose Print. You will be taken to an screen where you are given a choice as to where you wish save the printed item (in this case a Google Drive). On the next screen, choose your print options and press Print in the top right corner of the screen. This will save your email to the Google Drive.
Word of caution: There is considerable variation among devices an applications so some experimentation may be required.
Once the email has been saved to the Google Drive, go back the to PrinterOn app and use the Documents option to print the email from the Google drive.