For using the Google Cloud Print service or for printing over the cloud, users require a Google Account, a printer that supports the service, or a PC which can run Chrome browser and is connected to a compatible printer, or a mobile device that is capable of sending print tasks to Google Cloud print service. The service of Google works like a breeze most of the time, but there are occasions when it may go offline.
In fact, the reasons as to why a Google Cloud ready printer turns offline are yet to be known to the tech world. At least, bringing such printers back online is not a best-kept secret. If Google Cloud printer is not working, you need a solution that extends beyond uninstalling and reinstalling the compatible printer driver and then linking it to the Google Account to retry printing over the Cloud Print service. Instead of that, you can follow the below steps on either a Chrome-enabled device or a computer with Google Chrome installed in it.
Prior to trying out the below Google Cloud printer offline fix, ensure that the below things are in order:
If the printer is still shown as offline, try the below troubleshooting steps to bring back the Cloud printer to online state.
In fact, just by opening the Devices web page, the Google Cloud compatible printer should wake up and begin printing. That is especially the case if there are documents that are yet to be printed. If the above Google Cloud printer offline fix does not work, get in touch with a tech support team for help.