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Hi georgeb63676161 ,
Yes, you can locate the file,tap the file>select Adobe Acrobat from the list.
Let us know if you face any issue.
Are you still observing the issue with the latest Adobe Acrobat version? What is the Android version on your device?
Adobe Acrobat Team
I have version 16.2 on tablet.
I can now launch app though it was necessary to manually swipe through
welcome screens in order to get to "Continue" button. From there I can open
some pdf files. The files which can be opened are in the "Downloads" folder
or a local "Documents" folder.
Many of the files showing in the "Local" tab of the app's file browser were
created using Google Cloud Print plug-in for Chrome & stored on Google
Drive. These files cannot be opened due to being "not a valid PDF".
Strangely, the "same" file stored locally in a "Documents" folder before
being uploaded to Drive can be opened. That must be something with how Drive
stores files. These files are located at
"/storage/emulated/0/Android/data/com.whichever app created file". These
files should not show in list.
So, yes I can first launch app then search for a file to open but it's
easier to use a file browser for locating files & opening from there. If I
could figure how to sort files within app maybe I could then search from
built-in browser. I see no method for sorting "Local" files or hiding
"Local" folders containing files which will not open.
Of course by now I've become accustomed to everything in Android being not
fully finished. I have 2 devices, a tablet & a phone; the tablet had 1 too
many system updates pushed resulting in very poor performance. That has me
soured on Android in general.