The MyQ HP Embedded terminal is a web based embedded terminal; no applications are running directly on the printing device, all files are stored in the MyQ directory and the device exchanges data with MyQ via the HTTPS protocol. The communication port is set to 8090 (secure connection) by default (this can be changed in the MyQ Easy Config application, in the Settings tab).
The terminal enables simple management of print jobs on a touchscreen display and offers a number of advanced features, such as multiple login options or scanning with a single touch. It can also communicate with multiple types of USB card readers.
The proper function of the MyQ HP embedded terminal depends on the below:
.NET 4.7.2 or higher needs to be installed on the MyQ print server.
The latest firmware needs to be installed on the printing device.
The administrator's password has to be set on the printing device.
The printing device's IP or Hostname must be valid.
The server must be reachable in the network through network names.
The correct time and date must be set on the printing device to avoid issues with the Scan to Me functionality.
HP devices with the firmware version FutureSmart 3 are not compatible with MyQ Embedded terminal 7.5; you can use FutureSmart 4.0 instead. FutureSmart 3 is only compatible with MyQ Embedded terminal 7.1. You need FutureSmart 4.10 to use MyQ Embedded terminal 8.0 or higher.