Canon PIXMA MG5220 Wireless Setup

Canon PIXMA MG5220

Canon PIXMA MG5220 Wireless Inkjet Photo All-in-One Printer with Scanner and Copier

Canon PIXMA MG5220 Printer

The Canon MG5220 printer is an advanced Wireless All-in-One Inkjet Photo Printer with its compact and stylish design and provides the most fantastic combination of performance and comfort. Canon This printer starts with built-in Wi-Fi to make it easy to print and scan around the house wirelessly and coupled with the ability to print photos from iPhone, iPod touch and compatible Android devices.

With ink droplets as small as 1pl and 5 individual ink tank systems, the Canon MG5220 printer provides maximum color resolution prints of up to 9600 x 2400 dpi for beautiful borderless photo printing of up to 8.5″ x 11″ or crisp documents of exceptional quality Enjoy the ease of changing the color ink you need only.

For the first time, you have a choice of printing new photos at home. With Full HD Movie Print technology, you can print photos from HD movies that you take and turn them into beautiful prints! Not only that, but the built-in Auto Duplex Printing also allows you to automatically print on both sides of the paper quickly without having to reverse it manually. With this fantastic feature, you can reduce paper consumption by up to 50% and save money also help the environment at the same time.

Preview your image before printing on the 2.4″ LCD while Auto Photo Fix II will automatically correct your photos as well as Auto Document Fix which will automatically provide advanced image analysis and area-by-area data correction for easily readable text, And pictures that maintain color and contrast.While the Auto Scan Mode feature also automatically recognizes the original type that you use to scan, then save it with the appropriate settings.

Enjoy all the flexibility of printing your photos and be free from the computer through a compatible memory card, PictBridge, USB Flash Memory Drives, and optional Bluetooth devices.

User Guides and Documentation

Initial Wi-Fi setup
Windows: cableless

Setting up additional computers using Wi-Fi

Re-establishing Printer Connection After A Network Change

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How to Print Using a Wi-Fi Connection to a Canon MG5220

You can connect the Canon PIXMA MG5220 all-in-one printer to the wireless network and print from other devices connected to the same network. The printing speed and quality of print jobs vary depending on the strength of the connection between the device and the wireless access point.

Press the down arrow on the circle that appears on the bottom left side of the printer until Setup appears on the printer display, then push the right “Function” button of the three function buttons just below the display window.

Press the right arrow pointer on the circle to highlight “Wireless LAN Setup,” then press “OK.”

Press “OK” to select “Yes” to choose the network to connect to.

Press “OK” to select Easy Setup.

Choose the name of the wireless network you want to connect to, then press “OK.”

Press the rightmost “Function” button once it reaches the screen prompting you to enter the keyword phrase or security key.

Enter the keyword or security key corresponding to the wireless network you are calling to use the direction arrows on the circle button to navigate to the letters or numbers and the middle function keys to select the character. Press “OK” when finished.

Press “OK” when there is a message telling you that you are connected to a wireless access point.

Make sure your computer is connected to the same wireless access point as the Canon MG5220 printer.

Access the print options in the program you want to print and make sure you are ready to print to a Canon MG5220 printer. Select “Print” to print your document.

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