How to Turn Auto Connection ON or OFF for Desktop Bluetooth interface

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Introduction

How to configure the Auto Connection setting for desktop Bluetooth interfaces. For IOS devices Auto Connection should be on. For Windows, Mac, and Android Auto Connection should be off.

 

Supported Printers: TSP650II, TSP700II, TSP800II, SP700, mPOP

Supported Interfaces: Bluetooth Supported Environments: N/A Devices Needed: N/A

Software Needed: N/A

 

Confirm the current Auto Connection setting

Before doing the procedure, you can confirm the current Auto Connection settings on the 2nd page of the self-test. Please perform a self-test turning on the printer while holding down the feed button (the multi-function button for mPOP) and let go when it starts to print. For the SP700 let go of the feed button when it finishes the initializing noises. You can see “Auto connection” on the small 2nd page.

 
The image of the 2nd page of the self-test

 

TSP650II, TSP700II, TSP800II, SP700

Insert the paper roll.

 

Turn on the printer.

 

Hold down the RST button on the back of the printer until you hear the initialization noises after about 7 seconds.

 

 

The lights at the front of the printer will start flashing and the current settings are printed out after 9 seconds.

 

 

Turn off the printer.

 

Turn on the printer while holding down the feed button and let go of it when it starts to print. For the SP700 let go of the feed button when it finishes the initializing noises.

 

Make sure Auto Connection setting is set to the desired setting in the second page

 

 

mPOP

Insert the paper roll.

 

Turn on the printer.

 

Hold down the RST button on the bottom of the printer until you hear the initialization noises after about 5 sec

 

 

Turn off the printer

 

Turn on the printer while holding down the multi-function button as shown in the below image and let go of it after it starts to print.

 

 

Make sure Auto Connection setting is set to the desired setting on the second page.

 

 

Congratulations! You have successfully configured Auto Connection.

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