[QUOTE=Wombler;2763558]The recent versions of Android support direct wireless printing which I think appeared in Android Lollipop.
I’ve never tried it myself as I don’t have a wireless printer but that might do what you’re after.
Alternatively you could try the Google Cloud Print app or there are other apps that enable printing directly to a networked printer.
Whole point is to use this like a “real computer”.
Installed “Printer Share” which gets around the Cloud crap, but will only print saved documents. A browser that has something as simple as a “Print” function would be the ideal answer, but developers for Android obviously don’t believe there is actually ever a need to print from a device.
Thus I would like to ditch this Android garbage altogether and go to the source. Both Android and IOS are derived (stolen) from Unix/Linux. Cut out the middle garbage and install a working version of Linux that supports “Programs” not Apps.