07-13-2014 11:46 PM
The WPS button is not on the printer itself, but on your router (however this is not a feature on all routers). If you do not see a button clearly labeled 'WPS' on your router, there are certainly other ways you can connect the printer wirelessly, but we'll need a little more information!
To ensure the most accurate information is provided, we will need to know the printer model you are using, as well as the version of Windows or Mac in use.
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07-14-2014 07:18 AM
the WPS button (as the other poster said) is a feature of some routers...think of it as the "connect via connection wizard" button. It just means that you can connect without going through the hassle of typing in numbers and such.
Realy, it's just as easy to connect manually on the Selphy.
DON'T FORGET TO make sure your network is "HOME" style in windows that that you allow "file and printer sharing" so that your PC can see the printer!
A call to the techs at Canon can get you connected fast, they helped me and were spot on and knowledgable (not something you can say about much of the tech support these days)
01-29-2015 07:30 AM
If you do not have a WPS button on your router, you can connect your printer wirelessly using the manual setup method. To do this, please follow the steps located at the link below:
Hope this helps!