HP Print Service Plugin


The HP Print Service Plugin is the only print driver that you will require in order to easily print documents, emails, and pictures from print-supported applications to a variety of HP Printers, including HP OfficeJet, HP LaserJet, HP DesignJet, HP Photosmart, HP DeskJet, and HP Envy. You can download the HP Print Service Plugin for free from the HP website.


  • A mobile device that is connected to the same network as yours
  • Transmitting data via a Wi-Fi Direct network
  • Equipped with a cable that can be used for USB On-the-Go connections to mobile devices
  • When you need to print something, just click Print or Share to PSP from the menu. To access the print option, you only need to hit the menu button. The placement of the menu button could be different on different models of AndroidTM devices.
  • Printing from your Android device running Lollipop (version 5.0) or a newer version is made easier by the HP Print Service Plugin. If you are using an Android version that is older than Android 6 (Marshmallow), you may need to enable the HP Print Service Plugin in the settings of your device.

HP Print Service Plugin

Developer: HP Inc.

Price: free

Rating: 4.3

Available Version: 19.5.118

How to uninstall the application:

  1. Go into your settings
  2. Go into the Applications Manager
  3. Uninstall the HP Print Service Plugin app by selecting it and clicking Uninstall.


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To begin, I’ve never been a huge admirer of the large popular printer names like HP or Epson or any of the others like them. I had the impression that they gave away printers at a low cost in order to mark up the price of ink and do everything in their power to dissuade customers from using cartridges manufactured by third parties. My preference was for Brother, and I liked that I could use any kind of ink with it. Many folks who aren’t very knowledgeable about technology could be fooled by this strategy. My elderly mother insisted that I get a home phone, so I did, and the experience isn’t nearly as stressful as it was in the past. The ink is offered at a price that is affordable, and the app is top-notch. The hardware is satisfactory. The application makes using your HP printer much simpler and provides access to all of the complex functions and settings available on the printer (scan, fax, copy, print). It’s convenient to have things accessible on a mobile device. In most cases, I prefer to use this software on my iPad rather than on my desktop computer or my MacBook. The documents will just be stored on iCloud, and that will be that. I also really like being able to send and receive faxes, and I do so frequently. Although we have a fax line that is specifically designated for our HP printer, I almost always use this app because it is so much simpler to utilize. Therefore, there is no need to acquire or maintain a fax line. If only I could persuade my obstinate mother to remove the line from the room!

have fought a losing battle against the printer, app, and software trifecta for a period of time that is much longer than I like to confess. It surprises me that I have not simply tossed the whole thing into the garbage due to issues with the app simply refusing to work in any sense of consistency, and the printer itself being too stupid to understand the difference between used ink and brand new ink.