Have you considered use of Zebra Print Touch that is supported on your printer and simplifies Bluetooth pairing with Near Field Communication (NFC) enabled devices? Could it be an option for you?
Software Engineer, Kutir Mobility
Posted on behalf of Zebra Technologies
It is a thought but I would have two problems, first, I would have to worry about all of the devices that do not have NFC capability and if they have NFC enabled/turned on. Second, while that does simplify the pairing process I would prefer to not need to pair at all. I would like to just be able to print when in range. Similar to how BTLE beacons work, when you are in range, you can communicate.