The year 2012 was a weird one. On one side you would have the highly advanced Curiosity Rover checking in to the Foursquare app, while on the other HP decided to push the market of photo printers and introduced the new Photosmart series of printers – what do you think, from those two, who had more success that year?
Well, I would say it was HP. Although I like the little Rover, the truth is, HP introduced the first affordable touch-screen control printers to the market, which opened up the door to a whole new way of interacting with your budget printing devices. Not only that, the devices were ahead of its time – they featured a whole separate operating system built in to the device, which had to be connected 24/7 to Wi-Fi in order to work properly. Although a bit challenging, with users constantly asking themselves on How to get the HP Printer online, the device was still quite a success and well accepted on the market.
Now, although the HP Photosmart 6520 lacks an Ethernet port and the MFP function (which most of its competitors already had) it makes everything up with the software package and eFax feature with which it comes by default. The device also supports Apple AirPrint and the HP ePrint Home and HP ePrint Biz app, including Android and iOS devices – something which was not only a long awaited feature, but it also added lines to the already extensive HP Error Code list, as well as more ways on how to perform the HP Photosmart 6520 Troubleshooting.
Since it’s an InkJet printer, it uses the HP Ink Cartridges, which are available in their Original and High Yield versions, but more on that under this link: HP Photosmart 6520 Ink.
Where to download the HP Photosmart 6520 Manual?
I keep most of my user manuals within a Dropbox folder which is then shared with me and my family. In case someone is having issues with a specific gadget within our house, they just access the shared folder and go through the manual which they need.
I’m suggesting the same thing to you as well, and to fill out that folder, I usually recommend ShareDF, a file directory where I download all of my manuals. The same site also hosts your HP Photosmart 6520 Manual, which can be found under this link: https://sharedf.com/hp-photosmart-6520-manual/