I have a couple of Hp instant ink cartridges that are full or haven't even been used but I can't use them because my subscription is canceled since I stopped paying it. So, is there anyway to bypass whatever censor is on the cartridges so I can still use them? I even tried using them in my husband's printer since his has never been set up for instant ink but it wouldn't work. There has to be a way to bypass this and be able to use these cartridges without signing back up for instant ink subscription.
Anyone have any ideas or suggestions???
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The printer will block printing after a set number of pages until it's reconnected.
If you want to use them, pay for the subscription.
But they are spewing out all kinds of colourful stuff. (edited)
No. I've never seen a hack but read a few posts about ink stopping with subscription
You need a syringe, a fine needle, gloves (optional but highly recommend) and an old like for like cartridge
If you have tri colour then 3x needle 3x syringe, Black - 1 of each only
Just Google HP ink refill and you'll get the gist of it
Also invest in a refill kit. I've saved hundreds of £ already by refilling my own cartridges. Can be very annoying and tricky at times but for me and the savings I make - it's worth it (edited)
Just buy a decent printer from Brother and use First Call Inks and forget the hastle
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