For our application we use the Zebra RW420 model with the Zebra Android SDK, which allowed us to print an image using the CPCL language with the PCX command.
We store this image on the printer because when we print a document this image could be present more than once on it.
Using the CPCL language we call the image through the PCX command in this way:
PCX [X] [Y] !<nameFile.pcx\r\n
However, since RW420 has been deprecated for the ZQ520 model, the same functionality does not work, and instead of printing an image, the printer prints out a lot of hexadecimal characters or a white space with the image size. Everything else works great with the new LinkOS (I just check the ZebraPrinterFactory instance for LinkOsPrinter). I also read that images are now stored in GRF format
Since our algorithm is written with the CPCL language and all new printers work well with the ZPL language how is it possible to make my code working with little changes?
Firmware of our ZQ520 is V76.19.13Z.
Thanks in advance for your replies.