With both printers you will need to use Epson’s Bluetooth Pairing Utility (Bluetooth Connector V 2.0) instead of the standard printer driver package. The setup process is fairly straight forward with the step by step instructions available for download here. By default your pairing code is ‘0000’, but for security reasons you may want to change that.
We purchased this printer because of its network capability. In our office we have a POS laptop, that gets used at multiple desks. With the network feature, as long as the laptop is logged in to wifi, this printer works flawlessly. We did have a little issue getting it configured properly, but that was before I contacted the company. I simply visited their website, requested help, and within 30 minutes the printer worked perfectly… So while the printer is great, the service was phenomenal…
The printer is compact, prints clearly, and has absolutely no issue when printing a receipt for my Square sales. The fact that it is blue tooth meant I could put it anywhere in my home office that was convenient and not tied down by the length of a USB cord otherwise. I have it linked up to an old iPhone 4s phone and run credit cards using Square and print receipts easily. I’m so pleased that I paid some more money and got the blue tooth version.
I bought this printer in September, it’s now May and it’s broken. I wouldn’t suggest. We’re not a super busy business, we print maybe 15 receipts a day just to sign credit cards. We don’t print receipts for clients we email them. And it’s broken beyond repair.
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I have an Epson TM-T88V and I have read every thread I can find and it still says not supported.  I watched the YouTube video linked in this thread and did exactly what it said and still the same not supported message.  Then I was looking at the options on the print out from the video and Option 11 is USB class, it was not working so what did I have to lose, I changed that option from the default (Vendor Class) to Printer Class and now my printer works.  I am not saying this will solve your problems, but it might.
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The Star TSP143IIILAN futurePRNT thermal POS printer also includes all standard operating system drivers (Windows™, Linux™ and Mac™) and specialty drivers such as OPOS™ and JPOS™. Star has also included a number of embedded simple utilities that will enhance Retail or Hospitality in POS applications.
It is a simple process all I can think is that square gets a percentage of royalties from their supported printer sales and thats why they are locking everything down to these ridiculously overpriced pieces of equipment. 
Well, those are all the best iPhone photo printer devices available in the market right now. Some of them are large and stationary, some are very portable. Some of them are ideal for large pictures, and some are ideal for small pocket sized instant photos. Some of them offer polaroid type pictures, whereas others offer clear digital pictures with bright colors.
The TM-P20 is under half the size2 of our other two-inch model and around two-thirds lighter3. It benefits from fast print speeds (up to 100mm/sec) and a battery life of up to eight hours, making it ideal for busy retail staff dealing with purchases on the shop floor, restaurant staff serving at tables and for producing tickets on-board busses and trains. The device also comes with a belt clip for hands-free transport.
Manufacturer: Itpossible. ANTI-THEFT SECURITY – Strong and stylish aluminum kiosk, predrilled holes in base for secure desk or countertop installation. 1 x Anti-Theft Security Kiosk Stand. iPad POS st…
Star Cloud READY Brochure in box to enable free access to Star Cloud Systems. Providing full digital receipting to your customer’s mobile device. This is completely anonymous and you do not have to ask for your customer’s email address or cellular phone number. You are also able to place full colour advertisements on the reverse side of your customer’s receipt.
Small size – Saving space, easy to use on your desk while working. You do not trouble about too much space to place the POS printer. 1 x 58mm Paper Roll. Low noise and high-speed printing. Printer Cha…
Manufacturer Part Number: 37999420. Product Model: SP742ML. SP742ML Receipt Printer. The SP700 impact printer is the latest addition to Star Micronics robust line of printers. Product Series: SP700. Manufacturer: Star Micronics, Inc.
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If you own a food-truck, this is perfect for you. It’s been a life saver! No more need for buying ticket books and writing down orders. When you pair this with Square, it’s a match made in heaven. The battery lasts for about 8 hours on a single charge. And in case of emergency, a 1 hour charge will last about 4 hours.
If you sign up for PayPal Here directly through PayPal, you’ll receive a free card reader in the mail within five to seven business days. Alternatively, you can purchase the card reader for $15 (free after mail-in rebate) at participating retail locations, including Staples and AT&T stores.
@usascottwright – While we don’t currently support Epson printers, it’s definitely a popular feature request. I’ll update this thread if that changes in the future! Also, apologies for the delay in following up with you. 
The Star Micronics SM-S230i is light weight at only 7.7 ounces. It is small and easy to carry around. If you’re someone who sell at a farmers market, craft fair or some other place where mobility is very important, the Star Micronics SM-S230i may be what you need. It uses thermal paper and connects to your iPhone, iPad with bluetooth or USB. ​Here is the user manual for the Star Micronics SM-S230i.
I have 2 printers ( star tsp-100 futureprint) connected to square stands which seem to stay online and these tablets are connected via wifi.  I also have a hardwired kichen printer and another expo printer  (Both are star SP-700)which seem to loose signal even though they are hardwired I am forced to reboot everything.  ANy suggestions?  Can I have a wifi Kitchen and expo printer as well?  If so what brand, model etc
The printer comes with 1500mAh super power lithium battery, whose standby time can reach 5-6 days. Added with smart power saving and power consumption control functions, the set is able to work for a longer life.
The cost of using the card processing service is fair, with a card-present discount rate of 2.7 percent and no additional transaction fees. Keyed-in credit and debit card payments are a bit pricier (due to the greater risk of fraud with card-not-present transactions) and will cost you 3.5 percent of the total sale, plus a 15-cent transaction fee. [25 Ways to Accept Mobile Payments]
This printer is fast and has useable options. I use it with my iPad and Square credit card reader. You can also use it for POS or other systems or configurations. Using it with Square credit card processor I save paper because I only print the customer copy because all the other transaction data is accessed online. And when I tap print on my iPad it starts and completes the printing in just one second. I saw this printer being used at my local drug store with a different setup and it too works well. Give it a try and I think you’ll be glad you did.
Had 3 of these in my place to on cash draws one in the kitchen they work well as long as there is no internet/WiFi drop off. Using it with couple IPad Airs and Square register app for several years. When I loose internet or sometimes they seem to disconnect from the register even when I don’t have internet problems and they usually have to powered off and on. Also in the mean time my cash draw wont open and I have to find the key. Being so annoyed I with connection issues I have since replaced them with the USB versions (except the kitchen one) and all my problems stopped.
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.
Overall, this is a great printer. I can’t complain about the price because for similar thermal printers, this is relatively cheap. Any cheaper and there are issues with printing mechanics and whatnot.
The options for near-dedicated photo printers are pretty much the same as for standard office printers. Some models offer just a single USB connector. Others add a second USB connector for sharing between two computers, or an Ethernet connector for easy sharing on a network; some offer Wi-Fi connectivity as well, and a few offer USB, Ethernet, and Wi-Fi. Few models offer PictBridge connectors or similar choices, because the assumption is that serious photographers will want to print from photo-editing programs on their computers.
The SP700 was designed to make installation, utilization and maintenance as easy as possible for any user. The SP700 is ready to be used right “out-of-the-box.” A CD with WHQL XP®, 2K®, Vista® drivers, Linux and Mac® OSX drivers and documentation is included with the printer, making it ready for operation immediately after purchase
I bought this printer for my business. I’m a mobile merchant. I works as advertised, worth every penny. Today almost everything is emailed but a printed ticket is always appreciated. Plus having all the proper tools gives you a professional image and enhances shopping experience for your clients.
Update: After several months this printer is still working strong and still haven’t had a problem with it. I noticed a couple of people complain about receiving the wrong printer- well the reason they received the wrong printer is because they ordered the wrong printer. The title plainly states the model is TSP143U, USB. TSP143U is the USB model, hence the U. If you need the ethernet model you’ll need one of the TSP143L series models.
I was already aware that your system is only compatible with a subset of printer models and so I purchased one of your own recommended models, as claimed in the original post above “Epson TM-m10, this model supports both USB and Ethernet”.
Hey @Helen and anyone else reading this forum with the same problem! I wanted to mention that calling support provided the solution! Apparentely just updating the Point of Sale app was not enough, and I had to simply delete and reinstall it instead. Essentially just “turn it off and turn it on again” for the app era 🙂 
Suspecting it was an odd character/encoding issue in your software, I have tried simply typing plain text without any special characters that could trigger an encoding issue and have had very mixed results. Sometimes it will print alright, at other times it will spit out garbled text.

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