No AirPrint Printers Found on iPhone [iOS 17.4.1], iPad, Mac: Fixed

No AirPrint Printers Found on iPhone, iPad, M1 Mac Monterey, in this tutorial, im showing all about fixing AirPrint issues on iOS and iPadOS.

in this blog post, you can get solutions to repair all errors about iOS 16 printing issues such as ‘Gathering printer information, AirPrint printer keeps disappearing, and a big bull annoying error No AirPrint printers Found for any AirPrint printers (Epson, brother, hp, canon), etc.

Apple iOS and macOS devices have the latest technology that helps to create a full-quality printout of pages without installing or downloading any third-party drivers. Many specialized printers have their Print Apps to drive the ecosystem. By the way, a newbie trying to use AirPrint printers. But it doesn’t work, and I got an error unable to print. So then, what should you do? Hmm, a naughty message shows up when iOS (iPhone, iPad) is trying to AirPrint using the best AirPrint Printers. Unluckily, I also passed from the same wireless print time error. At that moment, I suggest many workarounds to fix No AirPrint Printers Found on my iOS running iPhone, and iPad.

You guys, getting an issue, as I found. Let’s you should go with bottom-listed solutions. I hope you would resolve it straightforwardly. Don’t worry. You don’t need specialized technical skills. Just follow the guide which pointed at below and gets rid of the annoying problem.

Before you get started following steps, you should be waiting for a moment before trying to print and after turning on your AirPrint printer. Because there are many printers might take a minute or a couple of times after powering up before joining your internet network.

Complete Guide to Fix No AirPrint Printers Found or unable to Print

Have a Quick Look at these, and your questions like what does it mean when it says no Air printers found or AirPrint printer not detected.

#1. Check your Printer Supported AirPrint Function

First of all, when No AirPrint Printers Found on iPhone, iPad, or Mac, you should verify that the printer you are using is compatible with AirPrint, and it is listed in the list of AirPrint Supported Printers by Apple itself.

You may not be able to use AirPrint if the printer is old or not compatible, and unfortunately, there’s nothing we can do about it.

#2. AirPrint Only Works With Private Wi-Fi Network

You can consider it a thumb rule; the AirPrint will not work and won’t detect AirPrint Printers if you use Public Network, Cellular Data, or Hotspot. So make sure whichever must connect iOS/macOS device and AirPrint-enabled printer you are using to the same private Wi-Fi network.

#3. Check the App works with AirPrint

Suppose you are printing anything from Apple’s Applications like Safari, iWork, Notes, or any default app. In that case, it should not be showing any unable to print error on iPhone, iPad, or even on Mac. Whereas, for the third-party applications, you need to read the features to cross-check whether it supports AirPrint or printing capabilities.

You can do so by opening the Share Sheet or tapping on the Action button and then Print. If the Print option isn’t visible, then that app doesn’t work with AirPrint, or it could not have printing abilities.

#4. Make Sure You’ve Selected Correct Printer

Often in organizations or offices, we have more than one printer of the same brand, so it’s a bit confusing to find the right one we want to use. Therefore, compare the exact model number of the printer that you are trying to connect with the iPhone/macOS.

Alongside this, confirm that your printer supports and forwards Bonjour. The printer must be connected to the router or access point, not straightly with the Wi-Fi.

#5. You’ve Got to Try This

  • Check the printer have enough paper and ink to print your desired material.
  • Turn OFF and ON Printer 2 to 3 times.
  • Give a few minutes to the printer so that it can connect to Wi-Fi.
  • Delete all the pending prints from the printer.
  • Depending upon the Printer Brand, open the official website to update the printer manually. Check out printer makers to see any firmware update available. If yes, then do an update as per company instructions or take the help of the printer brand’s official website.
  • Enable/Disable Airplane mode on iOS/macOS.
  • If your Air Print compatibles iOS/ Mac devices connected via USB to the Apple Airport base station or Airport Capsule, then please don’t use AirPrint. You can directly connect to the Wi-fi network or with Ethernet LAN is an alternate option to print wirelessly.
  • To fix network-related issues on your iPhone, just once reset the network settings that help most of the cases. Go to the Settings app on iPhone > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. That’s it. Again Enable Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Now try to pair your AirPrint over the Air.

#6. Update Printing Apps and iDevice/macOS

Check out your iOS device running on the latest software iOS 16, or later. As well, App that you’re using also should be updated. Otherwise, it brings interruption between the sync of your iOS device and the Supported Air Printer.

For iPhone Users,

  • To do check device software Update: Go to Settings AppGeneralSoftware Update.
  • To check App update – Go to App Store – tap on Profile >Scroll down – and navigate printer App that you’re using still.

For Mac Users

If your MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, or any Apple Mac computer got a message, No AirPrint Printers Found or Unable to Print. First of all, you should verify your macOS update and print App update that you’ve purchased from the Mac App Store.

  • To update macOS, click on the Apple menu  > System Preferences > Software Update. If Software Update is not available in the Apple menu, then go to the Mac App Store and update it from there.

No AirPrint Printers Found HP

There are various HP AirPrint printers available in the marketplace. Like HP ENVY 4500, HP ENVY 4520, HP ENVY 5530, HP 8710, HP 8720, HP 5520, HP Officejet Pro 8600. if you have one of the printers from the listed model and facing an error, no AirPrint printer found on your iPhone or iPad, then go with the following troubleshooting. I hope this will help you to get rid of the issue no AirPrint printer found HP.

Solution 1: Verify the Network Connections on iOS/macOS and HP Printer

On iDevice/macOS,

When No AirPrint Printers found is displayed on HP, open the Wi-Fi settings and disconnect and reconnect it, and if you know the password of your Wi-Fi, then tap on (i) and Forgot This Network. And then reconnect it by entering the Wi-Fi password again.

 On HP Printer,

If the printer has a touchscreen control panel, tap on the Wireless network icon or directly go to the Network Settings to see the connection status of the printer.

For the printers without a touchscreen control panel, press the wireless & start copying black or wireless & information button; the printer will print the current network connection data.

If the network connection status shows that the printer is connected to a wireless network, remove all the pending prints and try to give new prints and if it is not connected, continue to read the troubleshooting.

Solution 2: Check the AirPrint is enabled

There’s an alternate way to verify that the AirPrint is enabled on the HP printer using the printer’s IP Address.

  1. The wireless network connection status print that you’ve printed in last step, contains the IP Address of your HP printer.
  2. Type the IP Address of printer in the Safari app and Go.
  3. Now select Network > AirPrint > Status.
  4. When Redirecting to Secure Page appears, give OK.
  5. In the next window, that shows This Connection Is Not Private, go for Show Details and then tap Visit this website.
  6. Turn ON the AirPrint if it is disabled.

Solution 3: Use HP App to Print

If HP fails AirPrint or AirPrint Not Working on HP printers, then prefer the other way to print the documents on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

  1. Open the and install the HP Smart app on your iOS or macOS device.

NOTE: On macOS, you’ve to select the exact model of the HP printer, and according to that, software by HP will be downloaded on Mac.

  1. Press the Wireless Direct button on your HP printer.
  2. Navigate to the Settings app > Wi-Fi.
  3. Connect iOS device to HP Printer contains DIRECT word with printer name.
  4. Enter the password 12345678 if asked.
  5. Now you are ready to print from HP Smart app on iPhone, iPad.

Bottom line:

In the comment box, you guys tell me what way through you fixed your problem No AirPrint Printers Found? We’ll appreciate your answer.

You also feedback us, did you got any other way to fix this unwanted Air print issue at your office, home, or workgroup where almost all documents printing job work is done.

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Karly Wood

Karly Wood is a journalist based in Ohio who specializes in covering Apple and technology trends. With a varied experience in reporting on public safety, government, and education, her insights bridge multiple disciplines, providing readers with a well-rounded perspective on today's technological advancements. If you need to contact me, you can reach me at or through (Facebook)

1 thought on “No AirPrint Printers Found on iPhone [iOS 17.4.1], iPad, Mac: Fixed”

  1. I’ve been printing via Air Print from my iPhone and iPad forever. Since the iOS 16 updates, I get the message No Air Printer Found. Even my computer has a hard time, but it takes a while for it to “find the printer “.


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