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?
It suck. Couldn't even get to draw digitally.
I'll give it 5 stars if you add zoom in and other touch gestures. The pen input works well though. Of course, it's not as good as a proper wacom tablet. However, if you have a note tablet and don't want to spend more money for the occasional pen input on Windows, this can work for you. Get the lite version first, play around and see if you like it.
Paid for it. Installed on my Note 4 and server to my windows 7. It says connected but no mouse movement. I enabled logging and it displays some keylogs but my pointer doesn't move. Does not work in photoshop, illustrator and most importantly Blender. Installed and Uninstalled. Restarted and did everything as advised on the website but still not working. Please advise. I restarted both devices. Still not working
I bought it on my first try, working good BUT there is one huge issue. Some programs like Blender does not recognize the sensitivity input, but it works on Photoshop and GIMP. How can I solve this? Is the tablet xinput with the app? Using it on 3d software is the main reason I need a graphics tablet. Using Samsung note 10.1 2014.
This app is very useful for someone that doesn't want to spend the cost of a real digitizer tablet. Even if you own one, you could use your phone if you're on a trip and left the tablet at home. Everything works seamlessly; pressure sensitivity, mirror mode, USB connection and even a right click when long pressing some elements in Windows 10. One thing you should know, If you're having issues with USB connection, make sure you have your phone's driver installed and that you are opening the server app after you connect your phone in mtp mode. So the app can initiate the interface for USB connection.