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The printer will run test prints through Epson software so I know it is connected to the Ipad by bluetooth. So it seems the issue is with square recognizing it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. 
First one we got was dead. Customer service is almost non-existent. Packaged it up and paid to ship back to repair center. Several weeks went by with no feedback, then received back the exact packaging with no note or anything to indicate what the issue was, or if it had even been fixed. It seems it has, but that process was a pain. Now it doesn’t like to stay visible on the network so we are always either re-booting or just telling people it’s broken. Turns out people don’t care all that much about paper receipts anyway. Recommend purchasing directly through Square if you really need it. At least then you might get some tech support.
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We first bought the Wifi model and couldn’t get the manufacturer or Square to figure out how to make the two communicate, even though it’s supposed to be supported. We were told to return that and switch to this blue tooth model. Now this one won’t communicate with Square either. It’s the only receipt printer that Square publishes it supports. We don’t have any odd setup, all brand new peripheral equipment, new iPad, Square stand/Register. Hours on support with both and no resolution to date.
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Accessories ALL accessories bundle with printer:Wall Mount Bracket; Auto-Reverse Text Output software; Vertical Mount Accessory; 58mm Paper Guide; Ethernet Cable; Power Cord; Power Switch Cover; Installation CD and Valued-added software
mPOP is an advanced Point of Purchase Solution that combines Bluetooth POS Receipt Printer together with a Cash Drawer – compatible with iOS, Android and Windows devices. Perfect for outlets such as bars, cafés, retail outlets and pop up stores!
Another nice touch is that they include a CD which allows you to customize the printer (add logos, sync with POS systems, custom data to add once the receipt is printed, etc). Keep in mind though, this customization works with certain POS systems, not all. On Square, I can’t tell the printer to print out all of the extra stuff since the POS for Square is very simplified.
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.
Got this in about 4 days. Tried it out…perfect. Hooked it up to my iPhone 6+ and paired it like a charm… easy to operate… printed test receipts from both PayPal Here and from Square apps…. Thumbs Up!!! Portable… perfect size… and prints fast… got it for a good price too. Thank you.
Hey @WreckBeard, I went to check on this and we don’t have an update yet. I’d suggest that you subscribe to this thread so that you’ll get a notification email as soon as developments are available. Sorry for any trouble this may be causing — keep in touch!
In your particular case, I think you have the correct printer – the Epson TM-m10 is supported with the Square Stand. When you have the receipt paper, please call our team so they can help figure out why your printer is giving you trouble. In the event that you do need to get a new USB printer, refer to the list of USB printers compatible with Square Stand. 
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Always Leading – Always Innovating, Star Micronics’ TSP654II high-speed thermal receipt printer is offered with a variety of interface options. Updates to exceed and further enhance one of Star’s most popular printers, the TSP654II boasts a lightning fast print speed of 60 RPM (receipts per minute) and features an improved guillotine auto-cutter, and easy “drop-in & print” paper loading.
You guys should really edit your titles, as the Square Stand does have an iPad component and so “Supported Hardware for iPads”  would really appear to be applicable to me, although I understand now that it isn’t but that’s unecessarily confusing and easy to correct. All of that aside though, there are still obvious issues with that document (as noted above) and I recommend that you guys review it. I really think it needs a rewrite to be more definitive.
In addition, the SP700 BTi includes the ability to print receipts or data from a web browser-based application running on a mobile device wirelessly by configuring Star’s WebPRNT Browser. Once configured, the user simply pairs their mobile device to the SP700 BTi, open the application on WebPRNT Browser and prints from the application.
With the common use of cards instead of cash, credit card readers (also known as MSR or magstripe readers) are an essential part of any POS system. Our credit card readers are designed to read the information encoded in the magnetic stripe located on the back of a card or badge. Many of our MSRs are even used to read driver’s licenses, gift cards, loyalty cards, membership cards, and other IDs. Fixed options exist for stationary systems and mobile readers are available for on-the-go devices – with iPhone, iPad, and Android compatibility. Simply choose a USB or Serial connection type, plug it in, and start scanning cards into your application. We also have a full line of EMV-compliant payment terminals.
Star Micronics TSP650II BTi receipt printer is Apple MFi certified and approved for use with the iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad. With operating system support for iOS, Android and Windows, the TSP650II BTi features the best of both worlds by coupling the comfort of legacy products with the speed and connection options demanded today in fast-paced point of sales environments. The TSP650II BTi’s “JustWorks” SSP profile makes the pairing process very simple to use. It allows for a quick connection without the hassle of a passkey or having to choose between iOS and Android modes. Quick and ready to use, no user interaction is needed to pair the TSP650II BTi. One attribute that grabs the user’s attention is TSP650II BTi’s lightening fast print speed. Capable of printing 60 receipts per minute (300 mm/sec), the TSP650II BTi offers unrivalled processing power and outstanding data throughput. Equipped with easy “drop in and print” paper loading, small footprint and reliable guillotine cutter, the TSP650II BTi is a welcomed addition to any POS system. With exceptional performance, functionality, Bluetooth accessibility and iOS support, the TSP650II BTi embodies Star’s motto of “Always Leading- Always Innovating.”
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To adjust to front load and top load, you take the two covers off, and then you switch it. One of the sides has little rubber feet, so if you move that. And then you replace the second cover, now you’re in a top load version.
Thermal, 4″ Width, Tear bar, MSR, Bluetooth and Serial Interface. MFi Certified. Includes AC Adapter, Battery, Serial Cable, Belt Clip, Sample Paper Roll, and Setup Sheet. Works with Apple iOS (iPad, iPhone, iPod) and Android. Also known as SM-T404I-DB50.
Some of the latest EPOS systems provide the ability for the customers receipt to be emailed to them in seconds so even before the customer has left your shop their receipt is in their inbox, pretty cool!
Worked right out of the box. No hassle. I purchased this one and another Esky model that was a real lemon. Accidentally sent one of several messages meant to address the Esky unit problem to the POS Megastore for this Epson. POS were quick to tell me their 30 day policy was up and to talk to the hand. No 60 day, no 90 day, 30. Beware– if you have any issues, address them early because after 30 days these guys are done with you.
Square’s hardware is only approved for use in the country for which it is intended. For example, hardware sold or intended for sale in the United States is not approved for use in Australia, Canada, Japan, or the United Kingdom.

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Paper used (10,000 receipts printed on 80 x 300 mm each [3 inches by 11 inches], this is a conservative estimate to account for consumer copies of receipts that occur with credit card transactions) = 240,000,000 sq mm =  2,580 square feet of paper
Ideal for retail and food service, the lightweight Mobilink P80 3″ POS printer delivers all the features you need to print anywhere, anytime. It offers the fastest printing in its class with speeds up to 100mm/second, unmatched battery life and the connectivity options needed to meet the requirements of today’s iOS, Android and Windows printing applications.

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