Use Square Loyalty? You can now see more information with every transaction, including the phone number that earned the points, the customer name if available, why loyalty points weren’t earned, and more.
I’m not sure why there are so many mixed up reviews and answers to the questions. I have two iPad without a square stand. This easily connected to my cash drawer and WiFi router. BOTH iPads are connected to the receipt printer and BOTH can print at the same time as well as open up my cash drawer. The receipt are thick enough to read and make orders off of and the font size is nice. If you take orders with your iPad but do not have a square stand and need a printer that will connect to multiply iPads this is what you are looking for!!
Receipt Printer Compatible With Square, A cash drawer needs to be linked to an invoice printer to open immediately. Otherwise, you’ll have to buy hand open the drawer utilizing the money drawer secret. * This standard money drawer is not able to link to an invoice printer.
I don’t have any card payment system at the moment. And trust me i am taking my business very seriously considering i have close to 40k invested in it. But a proper till system is just too expensive, for now anyway.
The TSP100 ECO has all cables (including interface cable) and drivers in the box, so you can get setup quickly. The Energy Star Certified Star Micronics TSP100 ECO thermal receipt printer is the first…
Say goodbye to the traditional dot-matrix printer, now, we have more high-efficient and portable printer for you! This GOOJPRT MTP – II mini Bluetooth thermal printer sets light weight, excellent conn…
Star Micronics TSP143IIU (TSP100) ECO Printer. This item is used, in like new condition. Partial roll of thermal paper. Item is used, in like new condition. Item has been tested, and no faults have be…
Printer works great with Square after you manage to get it to connect. The very first thing you want to is to set dip switch #3 to off. To do this, locate the tiny plate on the bottom that is held on by a Philips screw and remove the plate. The dip switches are there. Then, after installing the wifi link device, connect it to your computer’s Ethernet using the included cord and configure the wifi adapter. Star Micronics suggests using the client mode. I had to use the bridge mode to get it to successfully connect to my hotspot. Don’t forget to change the password from the default setting, by clicking the System Tools on the menu while you’re setting it all up.
Most manufacturers don’t rate the duty cycle for these printers. That’s as inexcusable as a car manufacturer not telling you how often to change your oil, but, for now at least, it’s what you have to live with. The rule of thumb for these printers is: If you’ll be printing enough so you’re concerned about the duty cycle, and the manufacturer doesn’t rate the duty cycle, don’t buy the printer. You may need to look instead for printers aimed strictly at professional photographers and retail stores.
You mentioned you’re running the latest version of the Point of Sale app but you haven’t mentioned what device you’re using. Bluetooth printers can only be used with iPads running on the latest version of Apple’s iOS. If you have an Android device you’ll use a supported ethernet and USB printer.
Square is not interested in using anyone but Star. And their attitude is that they frankly don’t care. I know, I have emails from them about it. If I was to guess, I would bet they have a deal with Star that funds their (insert pizza parties, to silk pockets). But lets be realistic. I mean it has to be something viable, right? The fact that Star uses the same print protocals that Epson uses has no bearing on an Epson receipt printer not working. It goes in the same line as Android devices can’t use bluetooth devices… although that new chip reader is bluetooth. It is a lack of customer service and they need to step up to the plate, or someone is going to come along and take their business away from them.
We’ve been using this printer for over a year, and never had any issues. It’s such a great product, built to last! So easy to use with the Square app on the iPad! I have set other businesses up with this receipt printer!
SQUARE STAND – comes with power cords The stand is not in perfect condition and does have some cracks and flaws ( it has seen better days ) please be sure to check out all the pics for better detail o…
Portable Instant Printer Wireless Digital Picture Printing iPhone or Android SPECIAL OFFER! We all know your smartphone’s camera is It’s always with you. The image quality is totally amazing. And hell…
Sorry to hear about the trouble with your Star Micronics printers, @FrankHBC. Please give these printer troubleshooting tips a run-through as they usually resolve any issues right away. If those don’t help, please let our Support Team know — they’ll take a closer look.
Thanks for the code. I am trying to implement it with a non-brand POS printer. It’s not connecting. The connect() function leads to Local/Android/sdk/sources/android-22/android/bluetooth/BluetoothSocket.java where I am getting an error “cannot resolve symbol ‘IBluetooth’ ” in the line #301

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Hi, Travis from POSGuys.com. Today we’ll be reviewing the M series of printers from Epson. This is the TM-M30 and the TM-M10 receipt printers. They’re both thermal receipt printers, they’re similar form factor where they’re very square. This is the 3-inch version, this is the 2-inch version. By 3-inch version, this means this uses standard receipt printer of 3 inch width, and this uses a 2 inch, smaller receipt paper. They’re both top load or front load, this is set into front-load version, this is set in to top-load version. They print at a reasonable rate, this is an 8-inch per second, and this is a 6-inch per second. The 8-inch per second is the same as the current model TM-T20ii version, so it’s the same print speed, it’s just a much more compact form factor.
The Ethernet printers compatible with Square Point of Sale are thermal printers. They call for heat-sensitive paper and won’t work with non-thermal receipt paper. These types of printers typically aren’t excellent for kitchens or high-temperature working areas.
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If you look at the two images above, you can see that the app is trying to connect to the printer. I saw this message quite often and found the connection between my phone and the printer to be very fiddly.
Star Micronics TSP100 futurePRNT is the first all-in-one receipt printer. Yes, all the parts and software are included in one box. To get you setup quickly, we’ve included an internal power supply, interface cable, power cable, complete mounting kits and a paper roll. To bring you the future of receipt printing now, we’re also including a full set of software utilities. Redesign your receipt without modifying your application. Add your logo. Add coupons. Preview receipts and enhance bar codes. Included operating system drivers allow for ‘Plug & Play’ automatic installation.
Available interface options include Serial, Parallel, USB, Ethernet, WebPRNT, and the MFi certified iOS compatible Bluetooth printer. Optional accessories include splash-proof cover, kitchen buzzer, vertical stand, and wall mount (sold separately).
Compact, lightweight, high speed two inch Bluetooth and USB portable printer, the SM-S230i Bluetooth portable printer is compatible with all operating systems including Windows, Android, and iOS. With Apple MFi certification, the SM-S230i can easily connect and pair with the iPad®, iPhone® and iPod touch®.
Star TSP100 Printer (USB Port / AutoCutter / Dark Gray). This printer has a Receipt Paper AutoCutter built in and is Compatible with the Square Stand Hardware USB hub! Each of our printers has been fu…
There’s no such thing as a dedicated or near-dedicated photo printer all-in-one, but some dedicated photo printers add functions beyond printing. Most include menus with basic editing features that let you crop an image, remove redeye, and the like. A few add so many editing choices that they’re essentially home photo kiosks, often including a large touch screen to let you easily give commands. These often also add features like the ability to scan slides and film negatives. Some also include enough memory to store hundreds of photos, so you can bring the printer with you, show the photos, and print them out on the spot. Some dedicated photo printers are built into other kinds of devices, like cameras.
POSMaid is wonderful for a small business or Craft Show use. It is affordable and very functional. Allows for all monetary transactions and keeps tally. It is perfect for Entry level use. The inventory control is more than I expected.
why is the mPOP having some many issues with PayPal? so slow, sometimes will take printer offline, everything is so messed up so often, it’s useless! yet it is supposed to be compatible! I have a iPad and am using PayPal Here. it’s too sporadicly working to be useful. Am I doing something wrong? please help.
The sm-s220i portable Bluetooth receipt printer is the ideal mobile printing solution for the hospitality and retail industries. Equipped with a sleek, compact and lightweight design and is compatible with all operating systems including iOS (iPad, iPhone, iPod) and all Bluetooth devices, the sm-s220i can be easily fastened on a belt for mobile point of sale and payment processing applications like table side ordering and line busting. In addition to easy drop in and print paper loading and print speed of 80mm per second, the sm-s220i features an LCD display and a convenient automatic sleep mode for extended battery life. Without MSR. With power supply.
Though we are only able to guarantee that our supported printers will work with the Square register app, I definitely understand how that cost could be an issue. As the Square Register has the ability to print more than just receipts, such a kitchen tickets and order stubs, we are only able to support certain printers at this time. 
Interfaces: Ethernet. Auto Cutter. Printing Direction: Unidirectional with Friction Feed. Type: Standard Thermal Paper. Thermal Print Head Life: 99.42 Miles. OS Support: Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000; Ma…
OK, i see, but forget the pdf file. How can i print a picture, a litte picture like a logo. is it possible? your android code is very good for text, but i want print a picture or a file, please help me, thanks!
Purchased to use with Paypal swiper and app. This particular one is on Paypal’s approved list. I used it on an iphone and it paired quickly and it worked great. Prints really fast. When you pair it to the phone it takes you to the app store and shows you all the compatible apps.
Used in 100 percent working order. I downloaded the app in the second picture to test it, so I have only used the test receipt provided by that app. The device paired to my Google Pixel 2XL in seconds…
Kodak Mini Mobile Wi-Fi & NFC 2.1 x 3.4″ iPhone Photo Printer is a patent dye 2.1 X 3.4” printer that can produce high-quality photos from iPhone. It also comes with a photo preservation overcoat layer technology so that the output images don’t get ruined easily. The body of the printer looks a bit clunky and basic but for the cost it’s well worth it. You also get a free Kodak printer app with which you can choose from several templates or edit the images before printing.
The TSP700II features a double resolution mode to increase sharpness to any graphic! Cutter: 2 Million Cuts. Paper Width: 80mm (standard) / 82.5 or 58mm (with Paper Guide). Emulation: Star Mode, ESC/P…
The box includes both the contactless reader and the swipe reader that plugs into the headphone jack The box includes both the contactless reader and the swipe reader that plugs into the headphone jack. Last I checked, Square ran debit cards as credit cards (swipe + signature, not PIN), but you can look at squareup.com for information like that. If all you need is the swipe reader, that’s actually free from Square. More(Read full answer)

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