Updating xps project device settings failed
I have spent quite a while searching Google for this issue but the only cases I found were about commas in the filename or path and was only affecting printing from Edge, which is not my case. Nadella has cut a lot of testing engineers, adding the role of testing to that of product manager, and relying much more on the Windows Insider Program.Unfortunately, that coincided with the release of Windows 10, an operating system that was rushed out much too soon and without enough testing, relying instead on a very rapid rhythm for updates to fix the expected problems, which did arrive soon after.The company can squash certain bugs and even introduce new features just by updating Play Services.Similarly, many of the system apps that were once bundled as part of the operating system are now available in the Play Store, which means they’re maintained and updated this way—just like all the apps you download manually.But just because your phone isn’t getting full OS updates doesn’t mean it’s totally out of date.While some major features still require full version updates, Google has a system in place that keeps many handsets at least somewhat relevant with Google Play Services.User access Control is also disabled (slider all the way down) and my account type is administrator.
Google is updating Android without actually updating the Android operating system.Just open Google Settings—which was added via a Play Services update—tap Security, then make sure the “Find My Device” option is enabled.Similarly, Google has also added an app-scanning feature that watches for malware, making older devices more secure.The Windows Event Viewer doesn't show any error either.If I try to print a test page using the Printer properties panel of each virtual printer, it gives me an error saying "Test page failed to print." and proposes me to use the troubleshooter (which I did and it found nothing).
This component automatically updates in the background on your Android device through the Play Store, just like any app you’d install normally.