11-11-2016 03:58 PM
11-17-2016 11:18 AM
Yes, that's what I had read. When I purchased the printer from Amazon, the description said it was compatible with chromebook for printing (cloud) and for scanning. It didn't mention flash drive so thought I could scan to email or to the cloud and then print. Guess not. Unfortunate.
04-01-2020 01:04 AM
Canon's Android app requires the printer to be in the same unfirewalled subnet as the computer. Chromebook "hides" the virtual Android environment to its own network space, so Canon's Android app fails to detect any printers or scanners. If they just let the user type in the IP address of the printer/scanner, the app would work. But they don't allow that, so the app doesn't work on Chromerbooks.
However, I've discovered an Android app that can be used for scanning on Chromebooks: Mopria Scan. I have used it successfully on my Chromebook for scanning images with my Canon TS8300-series printer/scanner.