To do this, you need to unlock the device’s Android panel screen, open the printing device system settings and and change two settings there: the Machine action when limit is reached setting, and the Enhanced Print Volume Use Limitation setting.

  1. On the initial screen of the MyQ Embedded application, tap MyQ to open the admin login screen.

    Click the MyQ logo on the terminal to log in as admin
  2. On the admin login screen, enter the admin password (the default password is 1087), and then tap OK. The Admin menu opens.

    Enter the admin login PIN on the terminal
  3. Tap System settings in the menu on the right side of the screen. The device’s panel screen opens.

    Admin Menu
  4. On the screen, tap User Tools. The User Tools screen opens.

    User Tools on the admin menu
  5. Tap Machine Features. The Machine Features screen opens.

    Machine Features on the admin menu
  6. Tap System Settings. The System Settings screen opens.

    System Settings on the admin menu
  7. Tap Administrator Tools. The Administrator Tools tab opens.

    Administrator tools on the admin menu
  8. Tap Machine action when limit is reached. The Machine Action When Limit is Reached dialog box appears.

    Administrator tools - Machine Action When Limit is Reached
  9. In the dialog box, select the Stop Job option, and then tap OK at the top-right corner of the screen. You are returned to the Administrator Tools tab.

    Machine Action When Limit is Reached - Stop Job option
  10. On the tab, tap Enhanced Print Volume Use Limitation. The Enhanced Print Volume Use Limitation dialog box appears.

    Administrator tools - Enhanced Print Volume Use Limitation
  11. In the dialog box, set Tracking permission and Stop Printing to On, and then tap OK at the top-right corner.

    Enhanced Print Volume Use Limitation options
  12. Restart the printing device.