NOTE: If you are using Windows 11 you must make sure you have the November 2021 (KB4007215) or newer cumulative updates installed. This is because this update contains a fix for the IPP technology that PaperCut needs to use in order to connect your computer to the printers.
In order to set your own personal device up for printing, you’ll need to ensure it’s connected to the college’s BYOD wireless first.
Once you’re connected to the college’s BYOD wireless, on your personal device go to the appropriate link below depending on your type of device and follow the instructions provided there.
- For Windows 10/11, Apple Mac, Apple iPad/iPhone and Android devices: go to https://studenthelp.longroad.ac.uk/byodprinting
- For Chromebook / Chrome OS devices: click here to connect to Mobility Print.
For Windows 10/11, Apple Mac and Android devices you will need to install a Mobility Print app provided by PaperCut, our print management software provider – the instructions at the link above should direct you to the appropriate app for your type of device. For Windows 11 devices you must also make sure the November 2021 update (or a newer update) is installed.
For Apple iPad or iPhone devices you will need to install a configuration profile – just follow the instructions provided at the link above.
For Chromebook or Chrome OS devices you will need to install the Mobility Print Chrome app provided by PaperCut, our print management software provider – the instructions at the link above should help you to get this installed.
Once you have got Mobility Print set up on your personal device, you can then use your applications’ normal “Print” option to print to FOLLOWME-BW (for black and white) or FOLLOWME-COL (for colour) in the same way you would print to your home printer.