This isn't a question, but I struggled to get my printer set up on my Mac. The Xerox instructions didn't seem very helpful. This is what I managed to figure out:
Setting up a B210 printer on a Mac with OS Big Sur
Installing the printer driver on a Mac
Do not follow the Xerox instructions.
Simply installing the driver results in the printer printing gobbledegook
Setting up a network connection on a Mac
Do not follow the Xerox instructions involving the Easy Print Manager. Instead:
Download the WiFi Setting Utility for Mac OS 10.15 and Higher from this page
Connecting to the printer web page
It took me a while to work out that the user name is the printer serial number
Hopefully this will save some heartache!
Thank you for sharing this information with us.
I am struggling with this as well, but I don't see the option you have outlined in Steps 4 to 6.
I don't see a Xerox driver to be selected, there are a bunch of HP, Epson and Zebra printers named there. How can I add this? Thank you!
Hmm, it worked for me. I obtained the instructions from the dealer who sold me the printer.
Are you installing on a Mac with Big Sur?
Did you get the .pkg file from the MAC printer folder?
Yes I am using a Macbook 2020, running Big Sur.
Right now, my B210 is continuously printing gibberish characters till the pages run out in the tray.
I had the same problem until I installed the driver correctly. I'm no expert, but can I suggest the following:
I've just reinstalled on my iMac and it works for me. I hope it does for you too.
Hi - after a few attempts, I managed to connect to my B210 printer from my MacBook - thanks for the advice.
Straightways after that successful instal and printing a document, I couldn't progress with WiFi set up. I've used "WiFi Setting Utility for Mac OS 10.15 and Higher" but I get the message "Setup was unable to detect any printers and to communicate with your printer. If a cable has been disconnected with your computer or printer, this may be preventing Setup from detecting the printer. Please check your USB cable or printer, then try again." Any suggestions?