HPLIP 3.22.2 Released with RHEL 8.5 & Many New Printers Support

Last updated: February 28, 2022 — Leave a comment

HP’s Linux printer and scanner driver, HPLIP, released new 3.22.2 version today with many new printers support!

According to the release note, HPLIP 3.22.2 adds official support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.5, Elementary OS 6.1, and Linux Mint 20.3.


  • HP LaserJet Tank MFP 1602a, 1602w, 1604w
  • HP LaserJet Tank MFP 2602dn, 2602sdn, 2602sdw, 2602dw
  • HP LaserJet Tank MFP 2604dw, 2604sdw
  • HP LaserJet Tank MFP 2603dw, 2603sdw
  • HP LaserJet Tank MFP 2605sdw
  • HP LaserJet Tank MFP 2606dn, 2606dsn, 2606sdw, 2606dw, 2606dc
  • HP LaserJet Tank MFP 1005, 1005w, 1005nw
  • HP LaserJet Tank 1502a, 1502w
  • HP LaserJet Tank 1504w
  • HP LaserJet Tank 2502dw, 2502dn,
  • HP LaserJet Tank 2504dw
  • HP LaserJet Tank 2503dw
  • HP LaserJet Tank 2506dw, 2506d, 2506dn
  • HP LaserJet Tank 1020, 1020w, 1020nw

Download & Install HPLIP 3.22.2

To get the software package, download the “hplip-x.xx.x.run” file from the link page below:

Next, search for and open a terminal window from start menu. And, run command to grant executable permission, and run the installer script to install it:

cd ~/Downloads && chmod +x hplip-*.run && ./hplip-*.run

Just follow the terminal output and answer questions. It will build and install the software automatically.

Tip: For those still using Python 2 and getting into python-pyqt5 dependency issue, see this workaround.

How to Remove HPLIP:

Running the “hplip-x.xx.x.run” installer will generate a source folder in user Downloads directory. If you don’t see it, re-run it via command:

~/Downloads/hplip*.run --target ~/Downloads/hplip

Then in file manager, go to “Downloads”. Right-click on ‘hplip’ folder and select ‘Open in Terminal’, finally run the uninstall script in pop-up terminal window:

sudo python3 uninstall.py

That’s all. Enjoy!


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