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Scanning a file on an Epson Artisan 700 using Bluetooth

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I have a multipurpose Epson Printer/Scanner that comes with ability to connect over WiFi using the G standard. I have an N router now, and the scanner does not connect over N. So I purchased a bluetooth adapter from Epson and the printer works, but I can't scan. This model is also available with bluetooth built-in, so I figured it should work, but the Epson Scan program can't detect the scanner. Is there different software I can use? Is it possible to scan over Bluetooth?
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Most N routers can do G as well, but it may be turned off. Check the settings. What model is it?

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Router: Netgear Rangemax Duo WNDR3300
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OK. Your router definitely supports G as well as N simultaneously, so one of the devices is not configured correctly. Check the manuals....

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When I configured the router to support N and G, both my desktop and laptop are unable to detect N. Even if I try to connect manually (in other words, I enter the SSID of the N broadcast) it defaults to G. So I've decided to just stay with G.
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