"ControlCenter needs to be updated." - macOS 10.15 Catalina
Print or scan using Brother iPrint&Scan application.
What is the default password for my Brother network card, BRAdmin, Remote Setup or Web Based Management?
The downloaded driver's name is different from my machine's name. (Linux)
The driver installation was successful but I cannot print on Redhat, Fedora, or CentOS (Linux)
My machine prints 2-sided when I select 1-sided printing in the driver (Linux)
Print PDF file or documents from the Brother iPrint&Scan application when using Windows Phone.
Scan from the Brother iPrint&Scan application using Windows Phone.
Unable to print or scan when using Brother iPrint&Scan from my Windows Phone® mobile device.
How to identify your Operating System (OS).
Pre-Required Procedures (Linux)
Can I use my Brother printer with a 64 bit Linux distribution? (Linux)
Large characters are printed incorrectly. (Linux)
The driver installation finished successfully but I cannot print. (Linux)
To install the printer driver easily using a tool. (Linux)
Enable the Brother machine's network interface.
Wireless setup is requesting a WPS PIN to complete the setup
Install the built-in drivers (For Windows 8 or later)
Uninstall printer drivers (Linux)
I'm trying to install the driver with network settings, but I cannot locate a network connected Brother machine and complete the driver installation. (For Windows)
I can print but cannot scan via network. (For Mac)
The network scanning feature does not work when pressing the scan key on my Brother machine control panel. (For Windows)
The printer status is Offline or Paused.
I can print but cannot scan via network. (For Windows)
Important points you need to confirm before configuring your Brother machine for a wireless network.
Check the kind of scanner driver installed by connecting the USB/ Parallel cable.
Protect your Brother machine against unauthorised access over the network
Printing/ Scanning with a mobile device
Uninstall the drivers. (Mac OS X 10.6 or greater)
Set up your Brother machine on a wireless network.