How to Find WPS PIN on HP Printers

When setting up your HP Wireless printer on Windows computer, you may be asked to enter a WPS PIN.

But where do you find the WPS Pin on your HP Printer?

If your HP Printer has a display, you can find the WPS PIN under Wireless settings. For HP printers without displays, press info and Wi-Fi buttons to print the WPS PIN page.

What is WPN PIN?

WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) Pin is an eight-digit code that establishes a wireless connection between devices.

One of the main advantages of using WPS is that it doesn’t require entering the Wi-Fi password when connecting to the network.

WPS PIN on HP Printers with a Display

If you have an HP printer with a display, like the HP LaserJet Pro MFP M130fw, HP ENVY 4520, HP OfficeJet 4650, or HP LaserJet Pro MFP M26nw, you can find the WPS PIN by following these steps:

  1. Open Setup.
  2. Go to Network Setup -> Wireless Settings.
  1. Select Wi-Fi Protected Setup and then select PIN. Note the PIN.

Remember that the WPS PIN is only valid for 90 seconds. When this time limit expires, a new PIN will be generated.

WPS PIN on HP Printers without Display

If you own an HP printer without a display screen, like the HP LaserJet P1102w, HP DeskJet 2710, 2720, or 2732, you can obtain the WPS PIN by following these steps:

  1. Turn On the printer and load papers in its tray.
  2. Press the Information button and Wireless button together until it sends a print command to the printer.

You will see the WPS PIN on the printed page.

If you have an HP Envy printer that doesn’t have a display, such as HP Envy Pro 6400, press the Information button once. This will print your Printer Information Report. Note the WPS PIN from there.

If you’re still having trouble finding the WPS PIN on your HP Printer, share the model of your printer below in the comments, and I’ll be happy to look into it for you.

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Muhammad Qasim

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