The PDF you are trying to access is saved on Document Cloud so it will be accessible only when you are connected to the internet, you need to transfer the PDF files to the local disk of your mobile device in order to use it offline.
Oh Really...It sucks...!!! Adobe should do something on this...Then it will be better for me to use google pdf viewer..Coz, drive allows me to keep my files offline viewing.
Thanks Aadesh for your reply though...I will leave adobe DC for sometime until they implement this feature. Thanks
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I can understand that, you can fill a feature request form for that Feature Request/Bug Report Form.
In the mean time if you want you can transfer the PDF files using Bluetooth, Datacable or you can email the PDF & then download it on you mobile device.
Thanks guys for replies....There are lot of ways to save the files locally...and I could do it.
But, local files will not sync with cloud. So when I read a book on mobile during travelling, and open the same book on tablet later at park, both are different. My notes, markings, highlight all are different.
Moreover, If I want to finish the balance pages at computer at home...imagine...three different devices, three different iterations for same book.
Document cloud syncs it well. But the problem is, I have internet on my mobile and computer....Not on tablet.
So saving files locally is not the best solution for me.
I contacted adobe...they confirmed that they do not have this feature. Thanks again.