Students and staff are able to print documents through their Chromebook to any
Release Station on the Beloit College campus using Mobility Print. Supported devices include Chromebooks running Chrome OS with Chrome version 43+ for Chrome apps and version 53+ for Android apps. Setting up Mobility Print on your Chromebook
To begin, install the Papercut Mobility app.
This is a one-time process.
Mobility Print Chrome app.
If you want to print from Android applications such as Microsoft Word:
Enable Google Play store as a
user or as an Administrator.
Mobility Print Android app from the Google Play Store.
Click the enable toggle
Android apps are available only on supported devices. To see if your Chromebook supports Android app printing, see
Chrome OS Systems Supporting Android Apps.
Your Chromebook must run Chrome OS version 53+.
If you are unsure whether or not your apps are Android apps:
Open the Play Store app.
Click the menu; then select
My Apps and Games.
Installed tab. A list of the Android apps installed on your Chromebook is displayed. Printing from your Chromebook Each application you use will have different steps for printing documents. This is a general overview of how to print from your device.
Open the page to print.
Select one of the four print queues
corresponding to the release station you would like to print to. Make sure you select a Mobility Print printer as identified by the PaperCut icon (a green leaf)
Print the page.
If you want your device to remember your login details, select the
Remember me checkbox. If you use the: Username and Password fields—your device will remember your login details for that printer for 30 days. Sign in with Google button—your device will remember your login details indefinitely, but you can manage this in Google.
When prompted either:
Enter your Beloit College network Username and Password; then click
Sign in and print. (Your username is the first part of your email address before the @ symbol.)
Sign in with Google and follow the prompts. Sign in with Google is not available from Android apps.
Learn more about
sending a document to print and releasing your print job.