How To Get Your Canon Pixma MG3620 Onto Your Network
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Bought the Canon Pixma MG3620 printer. Installed all of the software and followed what I thought was instructions to install the Canon Pixma MG3620 printer to my network. After 4 hours of frustration trying to find some program “ij network scan”, I did what worked back at the office. Used the cell phone.
No I didn’t call someone who knows more. I connected through my phone to see what options I could utilize. on the plus side, I never had to do all of that. Set up for the phone did it all for me.
Don’t use a USB cable to set up your printer. You’ll be stubbornly clicking through all of the settings to find where you can type in your router passkey information.
Don’t bother plugging the USB cable into your Comcast modem. Doesn’t work.
That Canon Pixma MG3620 printer just won’t do any of that
The trick is to use your android or apple device. Install the canon Print Inkjet Selphy app.
Click through the setup to the point where it asks if you want to set up directly or through your router.
Select “Connect Via Wireless Router”.
after that it will ask you the password to your router.
Once the password is accepted you are done.
You can do the same by using a wireless pc,tablet,laptop.
Don’t bother using a usb cable. that just makes things more complicated. and that IJ network scan tool is useless once your