Printers allow you to provide your customers with a physical receipt. They can either be connected via cable to your router or via Bluetooth.

Supported printers

We support various receipt printers that you can use when accepting payments with SumUp. The portable printers connect via Bluetooth to your device via Bluetooth so you can take them with you wherever you go.

Important

Note that the following printers need to be used in conjunction with the SumUp App to print receipts for transactions accepted with Air Card Reader.

Supported portable printers:

  • Mobile Bluetooth Printer Bixolon SPP-R200lliK/BEGE
  • Mobile Bluetooth Printer Bixolon SPP-R210iK/BEGE
  • Mobile Bluetooth Printer Star Micronics SM-L200

  

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The steps below provide instructions on how to connect your mobile device with one of the supported portable printers:

For iOS users
  1. Switch the printer on.
  2. Tap the settings symbol on your device. Click “Bluetooth” and turn on Bluetooth by tapping the toggle switch.
  3. Select the printer you have listed under “Devices”.
  4. When a PIN is requested, please enter the PIN 0000 and tap on “Connect”.
  5. After connecting successfully, please log in to the SumUp App and click on the setting symbol located in the bottom right of the toolbar.
  6. Then select “Printing” and tap on your printer.
  7. Great! Your printer and your SumUp App are now successfully connected. You can tap on “Print test page” in the app to do a test print.
 
For Android users
  1. Please make sure that iOS mode is deactivated on your printer (guide below) and switch on your printer.
  2. Tap the settings on your device. Click "Settings" and after that “Bluetooth” and turn on your Bluetooth.
  3. Select the printer you have listed under “Devices”.
  4. When a PIN is requested, please enter 0000 and tap “Connect”.
  5. After connecting successfully, please log in to the SumUp App and tap the menu symbol on the top left.
  6. Choose “Printer” and select your printer.
  7. Great! Your printer and your SumUp App are now successfully connected. You can tap on “Print test page” in the app to do a test print.
 

 

How to deactivate iOS mode:

  1. Switch the printer on.
  2. Open the paper feeder.
  3. First, press the power button and hold it down. With the power button still pressed, press also the button for the paper feeder until the printer beeps.
  4. Close the paper cover. A receipt with the text “iOS mode disabled!! Please reboot printer” will be printed.
  5. After restarting the printer, the device can be used with an Android smartphone/tablet.
  6. Repeat the procedure to reset the mode to iOS.
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