Google Cloud Print off printers and MFPs Epson
Cloud service Google Cloud Print, enabling users to print not only from a PC connected to the printer, but also with grombala, smartphone or tablet (provided that the printer and the mobile device connected to the network), off some printers and MFPs Epson.
The original reason for the sudden shutdown of printing devices was considered a bug in their firmware. Later it turned out that it is not. Now, Google and Epson are working together for a solution.
While to turn back on the MFP or the printer, off service, Epson recommends the following steps: power off the printer, turn off the router, turn on the printer, reset all printer settings, enable the router to connect the printer to the network and not attempt to connect it to Google Cloud Print.
A list of the devices affected include model WorkForce WF-2530, WF-2540, WF-3620, WF-3640, WF-7510 and WF-7520, WorkForce Pro WF-4630, WF-4640, WF-5110, WF-5190, WF-5620, WF-5690, WF-6090, WF-6530, WF-6590, WF-8090, WF-8590, WF-R4640, WF-R5190, WF-R5690 and WF-R8590, WP-4520, WP-4530, WP-4533, WP-4540, WP-4590, XP-300, XP-310, XP-320 XP-330 XP-400, XP-410 / XP-420 / XP-430, XP-434, XP-600, XP-610, XP-620, XP-630, XP-640, XP-800, XP-810, XP-820, XP-830, XP-850, XP-860, XP-950, XP-960 and the Epson WF-4630, XP-215, XP-415, XP-610, WF-545, WF-845 WF-7610.
Source: Wirth Consulting