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QL-820NWB

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Date: 10/20/2020 ID: faqp00001526_000

How do I transfer label templates to the printer via network? (BRAdmin Professional)

To transfer the templates to the printer via network, download and install BRAdmin Professional from the [Downloads] section of this website.

The following screens may differ depending on the model.
 

  1. Create the template you want to transfer with P-touch Editor, then choose [File] - [Transfer Template...] menu to register. Transfer Manager will start up.
  2. In Transfer Manager, click Transfer button, or choose [File] - [Save Transfer File] menu to save the registered template in .blf format.
     
  3. Start BRAdmin Professional.
    Choose the printer from the list and click on the [Control] menu. Select [Load Firmware (Manual)].
    BRAdmin Professional
     
  4. Choose [TFTP PUT] and click [OK].
    Load Firmware
     
  5. Enter the password and choose the .blf file which you saved in step 2, then click [OK].
    Load Firmware

    The default user ID and login password to manage printer settings is one of the following combinations:

    Combination ID Password
    1 - -
    2 admin access
    3 - initpass
    4 - The password preceded by "Pwd" and located either on the bottom of the printer or in the battery or media compartment.

     

    For more information, see [IMPORTANT – Network Security Notice: Default Login Password Change] on the [Manuals] section.

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