In theory, the application should work with any printer supported by the CUPS server. The application itself does not contain or require any printer drivers.
Documents are sent to the CUPS Server as "raw", ie. the application does not perform any file conversions. It does however check the Android reported mime type of the document against the printer supported mime types as reported by CUPS and, where a document type is not listed as supported, prompts the user to proceed or cancel.
The application presents the basic printing options of orientation, number of copies, print ranges and fit to page. It also attempts to parse the printer's ppd file and offer the printing options it contains. Most options supported by the driver should be made available but parsing is incomplete. In particular, there is no checking to attempt to ensure that a selection of options would make sense for the printer (eg. Paper Size: A4, Input: Source: CD Tray).
Items to be printed are send to the application using the Android "share" option. Setup/usage notes are available at http://mobd.jonbanjo.com/jfcupsprint/setup.php
Add support for ipps/https scanning
Fix print to default printer (configuration type not set)
Changes to Add/Edit activity layout
Changes to detection routines
Support org.androidprinting.intent.action.PRINT Intent.
Fix crash in http/https scan results merge.
Add READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission. Needed for Android 4.4 API 19
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