Dive into the new SDK update in our December DEVTALK ! We'll walk through code samples, best practices, tips and tricks and how to write apps for Windows desktop.

Presented by our Zebra Developer Team members: Robin West, Software Architect

Attached are the presentation and sample code created during the session.

Submitted by DQuagliana on November 14, 2011 Permalink

Hola Omar,

Por favor, puedes seguir el link de abajo, ahi te damos una lista de 5 pasos para que rapidamente puedas desarrollar tus aplicaciones con nuestros SDKs y nuestras impresoras Link-OS
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Submitted by df03e6d2-f144-… on November 16, 2011 Permalink

is there a link-os Status Channel on iOS ?

on Android i check the printer status via the status channel, before sending a job, like that:
<em>Connection btStatusConnection = new BluetoothStatusConnection(theBtMacAddress);</em>
<em>ZebraPrinter printer = ZebraPrinterFactory.getLinkOsPrinter(connection, PrinterLanguage.ZPL);</em>
<em>if (null == printer) {</em>
<em>     printer = ZebraPrinterFactory.getInstance(PrinterLanguage.ZPL, connection);</em>
<em>PrinterStatus printerStatus = printer.getCurrentStatus();</em>

How can i achieve the same practice on iOS


Submitted by df03e6d2-f144-… on November 16, 2011 Permalink

Hi Steven,
Thanks for your help,
i am already using the connection channel to check the status before sending a job,
but for performance reasons (time &amp; motion) i prefer using the status channel like with Android version, but, unfortunately it's not build on link-os iOS version.

Hopefully, it will be provided in the next versions of link-os for iOS platform

Submitted by Karim Yunis on November 30, 2011 Permalink

Hola, necesito saber como imprimir en una impresora zebra desde una aplicación windows form con C# y Visual Studio 2015


Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on May 04, 2019 Permalink

Hi Adel,

Unlike on Android, the Link-OS SDK only provides one Bluetooth channel on iOS. So both status and ZPL print on iOS share the same Bluetooth channel on iOS. There are some sample code <a href="/community/technologies/printers/label-printers/blog/2017/11/01/ios-11-bluetooth-disconnection-issues-with-zebra-printers#comment-3443">here</a> to illustrating how to check the status on iOS over the Bluetooth. The status checking part in the sample code is between the line 59 and the line 73.

Submitted by omar flores on May 04, 2019 Permalink

estoy intentando realizar la impresion desde una appa android a una impresora zebra wz320 no se si podria ayudarme

Submitted by Michael Liu on May 20, 2019 Permalink


Where can I download the code used in this video?

Thank you,
Michael Liu