Our South Fletcher's Branch library will close Saturday, August 20 at 4:00 p.m. in preparation for a special event. Thanks for your understanding. 

Printing services are available at all branches. Printing costs $0.20 (twenty cents) per page.

How to connect to Wi-Fi:

  • Access the network/wireless connection settings for your laptop, phone or tablet. Select the network called "Brampton Public Library."
  • Open your internet browser. The library's Internet Access Policy will appear. In some cases, this will open automatically.
  • After reading and accepting the Internet Access Policy, you will be connected to the internet.

How to print from a library Chromebook or desktop computer

Please note that a library card is required to use our printing services. If you do not have a library card, please sign up for a card at one of our open Branches during our regular business hours.

For library computers and Chrome devices, simply click on "Print" and type in your library barcode and PIN to send your document to a print release station.

How to print with your own device (BYOD: Bring Your Own Device)

Option 1: Download mobile app

BYOD: Android instructions

1. Connect to Brampton Public Library Wi-Fi.

2. Search "Papercut Mobility Print" in the Google Play Store and select "Install."

3. Once installed, launch the app.

a. Select "Tap here and check the Mobility Print Service is on."
(Please note that both the Mobility Print and Default print services must be turned on.)

4. Open your document and select print. The Mobility Print app will launch automatically.

5. Click the printer icon and confirm that you wish to "Use Mobility Print" by selecting "OK."

a. If prompted, select the "Your job needs authentication" notification.

b. Enter your library card number in the username box and your card pin in the password box and click "Print." You will receive a "Print job submitted successfully" notification.

6. Release print job at computer located next to the printer.

a. Enter Library Card Number and PIN Number.

b. Select Print or Cancel for each print job, or select "Print All" at the bottom of the screen.

BYOD: Apple iOS instructions

1. Connect to Brampton Public Library Wi-Fi.

2. Open document and select "Print."

3. Select the appropriate printer.

4. Enter your library card number in the username box and your library card PIN in the password box, and select "OK."

5. Release print job at computer located next to the printer.

a. Enter library card number and library card PIN.

b. Select "Print" or "Cancel" for each print job, or select "Print All" at the bottom of the screen.

Option 2: Web print

1. To print without downloading the Papercut application, connect to the Brampton Public Library Wi-Fi and go to the following web address: http://publicprint.pinet.on.ca:9191/user

2. Select the "Web Print" option from the left-hand side and select the job you wish to print.

3. Choose the appropriate printer and select "Print Options and Account Selections."

4. Select your document(s) using the "Upload Documents."

5. Once the file(s) has been selected, click on "Upload & Complete."

6. Follow the prompts to proceed with printing.

Option 3: Email print

1. Send an email with the attachment you would like to print to:*  

a. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

or

b. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

*Please note the example given above is specifically for Chinguacousy Branch. Each branch has its own email address.

2. You will receive a new email with the subject "Please verify your email to print."

3. Click on the link provided in the email and enter your library card number as the username and library card PIN as the password.

4. Release print job at computer located next to the printer

a. Enter library card number and PIN.

b. Select "Print" or "Cancel" for each print job, or select "Print All" at the bottom of the screen.

Please note that large files may take a few minutes for the email with the printing link to arrive.

Need help? Ask a staff member.

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