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Simplest Android method would probably be WiFi Direct, just turn it on, and any Android device that is nearby should be able to find it and print to it assuming MOPRIA is installed. You will get more features if you also install the Xerox print Services plugin.
All you need to do on the printer is turn it on via CWIS > Properties > Port Settings > WiFi Direct
Next option is CloudPrint, Google can teach you what is needed there, no reason for me to get into it, but the printer will guide you through that setup on the Xerox end at least via CWIS > Properties > Protocols Google Cloud Print
Cloudprint can only function if the printer can reach the Google servers, so the time/date/DNS/Subnet has to all be correct and working, proxy as well if required on the LAN in question.
You might want to provide some more information.
Apple and Android are entirelk different to set up, and Android has multiple ways.
Airprint/MOPRIA/Cloudprint are all setup differently, and the 6027 doesn't support any of them unless you paid for the WPSA-100.
In short, provide much more information