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Epson WorkForce WF-3640 Wireless Setup [Newbs Friendly Guide]

Epson WorkForce WF-3640 Setup

For any product with Wi-Fi connection capabilities, one of the most important aspects is proper setup. If not decently done you’ll end up with more hassle. Even though the process itself isn’t that complicated a guide is always helpful to have. For the Epson WorkForce WF-3640 setup, we’ve arranged a quite simple one. Follow the steps below to achieve the correct setup for your device.

Epson WorkForce WF-3640 Wireless Setup


The first step is to enable Wi-Fi Direct mode to allow the device to directly communicate with the computer. Apart from that, another use you get from this option is immediate communication between the device as well as either a wireless router or an access point.

Setting up from the side of the printer

The next step is to press the Home button and press Ethernet and Wifi Connection icon. From there on you proceed to WiFi Setup. It will display a screen with multiple options. Make sure to scroll down and select WiFi Direct Setup which will provide you with the ability to choose Connection Setup. On this display choose Change Password, to configure your desired password, and then press Yes. Keep in mind that this will disconnect any devices linked to the product by WiFi Direct. Now enter the password on the displayed keyboard, this will send you to a screen that offers a choice of Wi-Fi networks.

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Involving a computer into the given network

Using your computer, or any other connected device, select the desired network and enter the password. The last step is to press the Home button on your printer, which will return you to the Home screen. The screen should have an AP, D, or Direct connection symbol on it now which confirms printer and computer have been linked. If the symbol isn’t displayed you may need to repeat the steps or consult troubleshooting options. In case the symbol lights up properly, your device is now ready for printing.