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I am using HP LaserJet Professional P1606dn. I just started using HP ePrint, and I don't know how print on both sides of the paper using the HP ePrint. Please help me.

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From HP Customer Care -> Getting Started with ePrint for HP LaserJet Pro P1606dn Printer:

Q: Are there any limitations that I should be aware of when using ePrint?

A: Duplexing (printing on both sides of the page) is not supported.

However, there is currently one way to duplex print using ePrint - if you're using ePrint from a computer (not a mobile device), you can install the ePrint Print Mobile Driver. This allows you to duplex print (printing on both sides of the page) using ePrint. Keep in mind that it is only possible when printing from a computer.

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Hi, I want to using Google Cloud Print -> ePrint -> HP printer to print both sides. Any way ? – dakiquang Jul 30 '12 at 11:19
If you're printing from a computer, then it's possible (see instructions in my answer) - I believe the Google Cloud Print is no different than the regular "Word" Print for example, regarding the use of the printer driver & software (ePrint). Take a look at this page for more information. If you're printing from a mobile device, then the answer is no, it's not possible. – amiregelz Jul 30 '12 at 11:41

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