Took a bit to configure. Mac OS Sierra did not come with adb installed. Thankfully I already had brew installed, and getting adb was only a couple commands a way. I also had to switch out the USB cable I was using, but once I grabbed a different micro USB cable and installed adb the tablet picked up right away. It's really slow over bluetooth, but I didn't intend to use it that way. Wifi works good, but I had to go into Photoshop and disable hardware acceleration, and turn down the amount of history levels to give a performance bump. It worked well. Using over USB is definitely the best option I've found. Play with the Pressure Sensitivity in the Server settings to find a pressure level that works well with your hands and tablet.
Saved me thousands! No need to buy a wacom when I can use this on my galaxy note pro 12.2 tablet. Has pressure sensitivity. I almost didnt find this. Everyone should know about this! Im shocked only 5k people have installed this so far. Good luck to Sunny Side. KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK!
In touch mode (without pen) the L button does not draw but as soon as I move my computers physical mouse, it acts like I am holding down the left button. Please fix this.
It's a fun gadget but not quite yet really useful. For the price of the app and drawing software on PC to use it you could get a decent android drawing app. It really needs to be more feature rich.
I use a Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 (AT&T) and this worked perfectly with my s-pen. Pressure sensitivity works great in sketchbook pro on win 10 64-bit. I also use it inside Maya/Z Brush for sculpting. Will there be any update to allow finger touch recognition while using bluetooth/WiFi modes in order to interact with canvas (move/zoom/pan)? How about screen mirroring? It does work (move/zoom/pan) via s-pen with small learning curve. The s-pen button does work to recognize the click-hold functions of sketchbook pro desktop version. Keep it coming! THUMBS UP! **Note to devs: take a look at Slide by Loren K, he has great features you could implement since he made his an open source app. It has the USB functionality, just gotta decipher his coding in android studio and scala/sbt languages. ** (01/06/17) NEW-How do you change the "selected screen" option?
I would really really love 2-screen support. Every other thing is great!