This service allows you to print out photos and documents
from your smartphone via Wi-Fi, using a multi-function
printer at a convenience store*.
You can enter a store, and print out photos or a PDF from
your smartphone, on the spot.
You can print image files on
photographic paper, etc.
|Printable file formats||JPEG, PNG|
|Paper sizes||L-size/2L-size*/A4(Photo Paper)
You can easily print PDF files.
|Printable file formats|
|Paper sizes||A4 (Photo Paper)
* For details on PDF printing, go to PDF Printing (Document).
1. From the multi-function printer operation screen
To print a photo, select:
2. Select PrintSmash from your smartphone
Select PrintSmash, start up the application, and
3. Check the Wi-Fi connection settings of your smartphone
The connection details are displayed on the operation panel of the multi-functional printer, so check the Wi-Fi settings of your smartphone, and set if it is not connected*.
4. Send photo or PDF data
Send the photo or PDF from the PrintSmash application.
5. After transmission of data is finished, print by following the instructions on screen
Select the printing method, paper and other settings by following the operation screen, and then print.
This service is available at the following convenience stores. Come stop by a store near you.
(Names listed in order of Japanese syllabary . Not available in some stores.)
In addition to the above services, our convenience store multi-function printers offer a variety of other handy services.
(Additional charges for printing are required.)
You can print material
directly using a USB flash drive.
You can print images or documents by uploading them from your PC or smartphone. To use this service you must register an account (no fee required).
Using the special app, you can print out documents and images without the need to register.
You can use this service to print out various types of content such as sheet music or newspapers for a specific date, as well as for making business cards.
You can also print out a variety of official documents issued by local governments.