Tag Archives: sketchbook 3.x

Backup your SketchBook mobile app & sketches

Administrator/ January 1, 2017/ Saving and Backing Up

00Do you want to backup your iOS or Google Play mobile SketchBook app? If so, please review Backing up my apps. Did you create a whole bunch of sketches in SketchBook Pro or SketchBook Mobile version 2x? Did you downloaded the latest version of SketchBook and now those images aren’t in the new Gallery? Check out Why don’t I see my drawings, to find out why and what to do. Do you want to backup the sketches you’ve

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How to I restore SketchBook (in-app purchase)?

Administrator/ October 20, 2016/ Trials, Downloads, and Installation

00Do you want to add SketchBook to another device with the same OS? If so, follow these steps for restoring your in-app purchase. This will enable you to load the Pro features onto the other device. Keep in mind, in-app purchases made on iTunes are not transferable to Google Play and vice versa. You can also use this method if you’ve deleted the SketchBook app and reload it onto your device. In this case, you

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SketchBook Mobile: How many layers and what’s the maximum canvas size?

Administrator/ October 13, 2016/ Feature Comparisons

00Did you download SketchBook Mobile and want to know how many layers you have or how large your canvas can be? Well, it’s all up to your device. Your device’s specifications and the software version determine the various combinations of layer number and canvas size. See the charts below for more details: iOS For SketchBook v3x, all the supported iPads offer different canvas and layer combinations: Canvas sizes iPad2 & mini   iPad3    iPad 4  iPad Air 768

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Android: Transferring images from one device to another

Administrator/ October 13, 2016/ Saving and Backing Up

00Did you just get a new device and want to transfer your SketchBook images over from the old one to the new? If you are on an Android device, here’s how to do it: 1. Start with backing up your data from the old Android device to a desktop computer. 1. Connect the old device to a desktop computer. When the AutoPlay dialog appears, select Open device to view files. 2. Tap the Phone

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