I was able to pair my Ink with my Galaxy Tap A (turn Ink on, go to Bluetooth in settings, choose your Ink device). It worked pretty well in multiple sketch apps on Android. At the end of the day, Ink is a bluetooth stylus and you should be able to connect it to bluetooth devices. However, Ink was designed to work best with the Adobe Illustrator Draw, Adobe Photoshop Sketch, and Adobe Photoshop Mix and was also designed for the iPad. If you face issues on an Android device, contact Adonit here.
Let me know if that helps!
Well, I am planning to use it with a HUAWEI P8 MAX, and the INKredible and Bamboo Paper apps in particular. My question I guess was, would it work just as a stylus, and not turned on, bluetooth or anything, just as a regular capacitive stylus.
Only one way to find out I guess 19,99$ is a steal for such a full featured device, even if I am using it just as a cool stylus
Thank you, kirker
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Hi again, dreamerworx,
Thanks for the reply! To get into the functionality as a normal stylus, I would advise that you contact Adonit with this link. You will find a support e-mail address near the bottom of the page. They take care of the hardware support. Just my two cents: when I tried to use the stylus without Bluetooth, it didn't work. Thanks and feel free to post again!
Just curious if you purchased Ink and Slide and were you able to get it working with other apps like, say OneNote?