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I want to connect via a bluetooth bu20 a canon pixma mp610 printer to a playstation 3. the ps3 recognizes the printer but will not rgister the passcode. I am caught between sony and canon. can you help.

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  • billrichter Apr 28, 2008

    unfortunately, the answer does not solve the problem of connecting the two items. thhe reply was generic, basically from the canon website.

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Issue: How do I access / change the bluetooth settings on the printer?
Solution: Change the machine settings (MP610)

Change the machine settings Instructions to change the settings on the machine. Displaying each setting screen

  1. Press the <HOME> (A) button.

    i want to connect via - mp600_home_scroll.jpg

  2. Use the Easy-Scroll Wheel (B) or the right / left arrow to select [Settings], then press the <OK> button.

  3. Use the Easy-Scroll Wheel (B) or the right / left arrow to select [Device settings], then press the <OK> button.

    l_042.jpg

  4. Use the Easy-Scroll Wheel (B) or the up / down arrow to select the item to set, then press the <OK> button.

    mp600_devicesettingsa.jpg

    < 1 > Print settings

    < 2 > Wireless print settings

    < 3 > Bluetooth settings

    < 4 > PictBridge settings

    < 5 > Other settings


    < 6 > Language selection

    < 7 > Reset setting


  5. Use the Easy-Scroll Wheel (B) or the up / down arrow to select the applicable one from the list, then press the <OK> button.

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printsetts.gif
< 1 > Prevent paper abrasion
Use this setting only if the print surface becomes smudged.
Note: When continuing to print with this setting, excess ink may smear inside the machine. After printing is completed, return this setting to OFF.
< 2 > Extended copy amount
Select the amount of image that extends off the paper when printing in borderless.
Note: When setting LARGE, more amount of the edges of an image is reduced.

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    Maanita Chadha Apr 28, 2008

    to return to the [Device Settings] reference image.


    Wireless print settings



    <1> Page size
    Set
    the paper size for printing images from a mobile phone. The available
    paper sizes are: 8.5"x11"(215x279), A4, Sticker, 4"x6"(101.6x152.4),
    5"x7"(127x177.8), Credit card and 8"x10"(203.2x254.0).

    <2> Media type
    Set
    the media type for printing images from a mobile phone. The available
    media types are: Photo Plus Glossy, Matte Photo Paper, Plain paper,
    Glossy Photo Paper and Photo Paper Pro.

    <3> Image optimizer
    Smooths
    out the jaggedness on the contour of an image from a mobile phone.
    Select from [Image optimizer ON] or [Image optimizer OFF].

    <4> Layout
    Sets the layout according to the paper for printing images from a mobile phone.

    a. Selectable layout for stickers:
    Stickers x16

    b. Selectable layout for other media:
    - Bordered: x1, x2, x4, x8
    - Borderless: x1, x2, x4, x8
    - Mixed: 1, 2, 3

    Note:
    * When printing on the Canon special stickers, select the layout according to their types.
    * Mixed 1, Mixed 2, and Mixed 3 can be selected only when the page size setting is 8.5" x 11" (215.9 x 279.4) or A4.



    Click here to return to the [Device Settings] reference image.



    Bluetooth settings



    <1> Device name
    Specify the name of this machine that is displayed on a Bluetooth compatible device.

    <2> Access refusal
    When this is set to ON, the machine denies access from a Bluetooth compatible device.

    <3> Security
    When this is set to Enable, the passkey can be specified.

    <4> Passkey
    Change the passkey.

    Note:
    The setting item "Bluetooth settings" is available only when the
    optional Bluetooth unit is installed in the direct print port of the
    machine.



    Click here to return to the [Device Settings] reference image.



    PictBridge settings



    <1> Page size
    You
    can specify the page size when printing from a PictBridge-supported
    device. The page sizes are: 8.5"x11"(215x279), A4, Sticker,
    4"x6"(101.6x152.4), 5"x7"(127x177.8), Credit card, 8"x10"(203.2x254.0).

    <2> Media type
    You
    can specify the media type when printing from a PictBridge-supported
    device. The available media types are: Photo Plus Glossy, Matte Photo
    Paper, Plain paper, Glossy Photo Paper and Photo Paper Pro.

    <3> Print quality
    You
    can adjust image quality when printing from a PictBridge-supported
    device. The available print quality options are: Standard or High
    (quality-priority)



    <4> Border
    You can specify prints with a border [Bordered] or without a border [Borderless].

    After selecting 'Next' and pressing the <OK> button, Select Auto image fix ON or Manual correction, then press the <OK> button.

    When Auto image fix On
    is selected, the scene or person’s face of a shot photo is recognized
    and the most suitable correction for each photo is made automatically.
    It makes a darkened face by backlight brighter to print. It also
    analyzes a scene such as scenery, night scene, person, etc. and
    corrects each scene with the most suitable color, brightness, or
    contrasts automatically to print.

    When Manual correction is selected, select and set each item. After finishing all settings you need, select 'OK' and then press the <OK> button. You can print from the PictBridge compliant device with specified settings. You can set the following items:


    Photo optimizer pro
    Automatically corrects the color and brightness of an image. The options are: Photo opt. pro ON or Photo opt. pro OFF.

    Vivid photo
    Makes greens and blues brighter. Select from Vivid photo ON and Vivid photo OFF.

    Face brightener
    Makes
    darkened face brighter when printing photos taken against a bright
    light. Select from Face brightener ON and Face brightener OFF.

    Noise reduction
    Reduces
    the noise which may be seen in the blue areas such as the sky or dark
    areas of photos. Select from Noise reduction ON and Noise reduction OFF.

    Image optimizer
    Smooths out the jaggedness on the contour of an image. Select from Image optimizer ON and Image optimizer OFF.

    Red eye correction
    Corrects
    red-eye caused by reflection when the flash hits a person's eyes.
    Select from Red eye correc. ON and Red eye correc. OFF.

    Brightness
    Adjusts
    the brightness of a printed image. The available Brightness settings
    are: Brightness -2, Brightness -1, Brightness standard, Brightness +1
    and Brightness +2.

    Contrast
    Adjusts
    the contrast of a printed image. The available Contrast settings are:
    Contrast -2, Contrast -1, Contrast standard, Contrast +1 and Contrast
    +2.

    Color hue
    Adjusts the
    color hue of a printed image. The available options are: Color hue red
    +2, Color hue red +1, Color hue original, Color hue yellow +1 and Color
    hue yellow +2.

    Effect
    Prints
    a photo using sepia tones only or in the manner of an illustration. The
    available options are: No effect, Effect: Sepia and Simulate
    illustration.



    Click here to return to the [Device Settings] reference image.



    Other settings


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    Maanita Chadha Apr 28, 2008


    <1> Date display
    Change the display order for shooting dates to be printed.

    Note: If a picture is in a DPOF format, the order conforms to the DPOF settings the picture was taken with.

    <2> Read/write attribute
    Select whether to allow data to be written onto memory cards from a computer.

    Note: This setting cannot be changed when a memory card is inserted.







    Read/write mode


    :



    Data in a memory card can be read and be written with a computer.







    Printing from a memory card is not possible.




    Read-only mode


    :



    Data in the memory card can be read with a computer.







    Printing from a memory card is possible.




    <3> Slide show setting
    Specifies the photo quality during the slide show.

    Note:
    * When is selected, images are displayed at 5-second intervals.
    * When is selected, images are displayed at different time intervals according to their resolutions.


    <4> Quiet Mode
    Enable this function on the machine if you want to reduce the operating noise, such as when printing at night.

    Enabling this function reduces the noises generated while:



    • Copying

    • Printing from a memory card

    • Printing from a PictBridge compliant device

    • Printing via wireless communication

    Note : Printing speed may be reduced compared to when this setting is set to OFF.
    This function may not be so effective depending on the print quality setting.
    Furthermore, certain noise, such as when the machine is preparing for printing, is not reduced.



    Click here to return to the [Device Settings] reference image.



    Language selection

    Changes the language for LCD messages.

    Reset setting

    Changes
    the settings back to the default (factory settings), except for the
    language for LCD messages and the position of the print head.

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Issue: How do I access / change the bluetooth settings on the printer?
Solution: Change the machine settings (MP610)

Change the machine settings Instructions to change the settings on the machine. Displaying each setting screen

  1. Press the <HOME> (A) button.

    mp600_home_scroll.jpg

  2. Use the Easy-Scroll Wheel (B) or the right / left arrow to select [Settings], then press the <OK> button.

  3. Use the Easy-Scroll Wheel (B) or the right / left arrow to select [Device settings], then press the <OK> button.

    l_042.jpg

  4. Use the Easy-Scroll Wheel (B) or the up / down arrow to select the item to set, then press the <OK> button.

    mp600_devicesettingsa.jpg

    < 1 > Print settings

    < 2 > Wireless print settings

    < 3 > Bluetooth settings

    < 4 > PictBridge settings

    < 5 > Other settings

    deviceset2.gif

    < 6 > Language selection

    < 7 > Reset setting


  5. Use the Easy-Scroll Wheel (B) or the up / down arrow to select the applicable one from the list, then press the <OK> button.

Print settings
printsetts.gif
< 1 > Prevent paper abrasion
Use this setting only if the print surface becomes smudged.
Note: When continuing to print with this setting, excess ink may smear inside the machine. After printing is completed, return this setting to OFF.
< 2 > Extended copy amount
Select the amount of image that extends off the paper when printing in borderless.
Note: When setting LARGE, more amount of the edges of an image is reduced.

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  2. Use the Easy-Scroll Wheel (B) or the right / left arrow to select [Settings], then press the <OK> button.

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