I'm really sorry that things aren't working correctly with the app.
About the amount of space Draw and its data are are taking up on your device: It's too high. But that's a completely separate issue. An uninstall/reinstall usually resolves it, but don't do it because you will likely lose all the work that's not synced.
About the work not syncing: A couple of questions:
What version of Draw are you using?
What device are you on?
And, can you do a couple of things:
* You're using a wifi connection, right? If you are, In the app, tap on Go to Settings > Preferences and make sure Use Cellular for Sync is toggled off.
* When you log in with Adobe ID to Adobe Creative Cloud, how much of the work that's saved to your device is missing from there?
Let me know what you find and we'll try a couple of things from there.
Thanks for your quick reply.
I'm using version 4.0.2 and I'm using it on an iPad Air 2.
I use a wifi connection but I don't have the option to toggle cellular (is that because my iPad is wifi only?)
As for my files on creative cloud, I only have a few and none of them are on my iPad anymore.
Thanks for your help,
Yep. You will only have that option if you have both cellular/wifi capability on your device. I've been waiting for our engineers to return from Adobe's holiday shutdown to check into this exact problem for another person using Draw so I'll know more tomorrow.
In the meantime, a couple of things:
How many drawings would you say are on your iPad that are not synced to Creative Cloud?
Can you try, if you haven't already, using another wifi connection to sync your work?
Finally, can you email me through the in-app feedback? We may need to have you give us information to access your account, so we'll need to take this conversation offline.
Hi - i have a smilar problem - i was using adobe draw happily on my iPad, but now i can't even access the software (or the files) i can't figure out how to download them from the iPad onto my computer to free up space (which i assume may be why i can't open the files). when i try and open adobe draw and sign in with my adobe id, it says 'this account does not have required access to a sync storage location. Please sign in with a different account'. can you help?
I'm sorry the app's not working as it should be. First, I just want to make sure I'm understanding... As soon as you try to launch the app, you get that error message?
Also a few additional questions:
What device are you using (what generation iPad) and what version of iOS?
In what country is the app registered?
What version of Draw are you using?
Do you have an enterprise account?
Please let me know so I can try to help.
thanks for getting back to me.
yes - when i launch the app, it asks me to type in my adobe ID, and then i get that message.
its an iPad - version 9.3.4. model MGL12B/A
egistered in the UK.
not sure which version of draw i'm using (sorry!) - how would i find out?)
and I don't think i have an enterprise account (or at least i'm not aware of doing so).
An enterprise account is just an account through a large company which, sometimes means work syncs to a company server (that's usually when I see this alert).
A couple of things:
Can you log in with your Adobe ID to Adobe Creative Cloud and
I don't think you'll be able to check the version of Draw since you can't get into the app so go to into the App Store app on your device and check for any updates... that will tell me if you have the latest version or not. If you're not using the latest version, go ahead and update.
Don't update it yet, but.... Do you have any aversion to updating your operating system to the most recent? (Just want to check; some people like the older version of iOS.)
Let me know what you find.
I can't seem to sign into my creative cloud on the iPad (but i can on my laptop)
There is no further update available for Adobe draw on the iPad, so it must the the most recent version.
My adobe ID is linked to my university account (where i am a university teacher)- perhaps that is what you mean by an enterprise account?
Yes. That's what I meant by an enterprise account. Is there anyone you can check with to see if permissions have changed recently? Also, is your iPad "university property"?
It looks like I do have an enterprise account with my university - it was working fine, now its not.
I'll ask them if there is a problem or change for some reason. thanks.
Please let me know if there's anything I can do. I don't know a lot about how enterprise accounts work but I'm sure I can find someone to ask.
Hi Sue, the university seems to say that i have a personable account, and not an enterprise one, so i think its to do with my creative cloud membership coming to an end - i can't find a way to extend it tho (i have a teacher version). I hoe i haven't lost all my work!
This doesn't make a lot of sense to me because you should still be able to log into the app even if your Creative Cloud subscription was expiring/expired. A couple of things though:
* When you logged in to Adobe Creative Cloud did you see your work there?
* I don't have access to customer account information so I think it might be a good idea at this point to contact Adobe's Customer Care team. They don't yet support the mobile apps but they can ake a look at your account to see what's going on. The best way to get them is through online chat (Contact Customer Care).