Windows Mobile / CE device:
To be able to print Asset Tag labels from the Windows Mobile / CE device, you will need a mobile label printer with either IR or Bluetooth Serial connection, and it will need to understand ZPL print jobs.
If you are using Bluetooth Serial, first connect the printer, and it will give you the serial port number.
On the device under Program Files\MobileAsset is a file named a_PrinterConfig.txt. You can either edit the file on the device or transfer it to the pc through Windows Mobile Device center to edit on the pc, then transfer it back. In that file you specify either IRDA or SERIAL, then the port settings if using Bluetooth Serial.
Under Settings > View Printer Settings, it will have the choice to set up either Bluetooth or a network printer.
Settings > View Printer Settings, but only has the option for network printers.
Both Android and iOS:
After selecting Network, you will have to enter the IP address and port number. Typically, this will be the RAW port, 9100. And as above, the print job is sent as ZPL, so the printer will need to understand that code. Most thermal label printers, including all Wasp printers, will be able to print these labels.
If you do not have a printer with the ability to connect with one of the above communication methods, or you are printing labels on a non-ZPL printer, like printing on a sheet of Avery labels in your normal office printer, then you will need to synchronize the new asset data to the PC, then print the tags from PC client's Asset List screen.