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Get started with your Bamboo Fineline 2

Here's where to learn how to set up your stylus and pair it with some great apps. Below we have an easy step-by-step description for you and some videos to show how the app pairing works.







More Info?

Go to the product page to learn more
about the Bamboo Fineline 2.

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with your Bamboo Fineline 2.

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1st Generation?

To get started with a Bamboo Stylus fineline
(1st Generation) click here.

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Step 1: Prepare your stylus

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Charge your stylus by connecting it to your computer
or USB charger, using the cable provided.

Your stylus is ready when the LED turns off.

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2단계: iPad®

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Open your iPad settings.

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Activate Bluetooth® wireless.

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In "General" settings, Switch off "Gestures".

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Step 3: Install or open a supporting app

To use your stylus, you need to download a Wacom stylus compatible app that must be paired with your stylus.

  • Palm-Rejection
  • Pressure-Sensitivity
  • Shortcut-Functionality

Step 4: Pair the app with your stylus

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a) Open the app and find its Settings menu.

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b) Open the Settings menu to enable the stylus support. You may need to open a notebook to pair your stylus.

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c) Press the button on your stylus. The LED starts blinking blue. Pairing is completed when the LED stays on.

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Repeat steps a, b and c when pairing apps for the first time.
Each time you re-enter an app, press your stylus button to pair.

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Bamboo Paper - 모바일 기기를 종이 노트 쓰듯 사용해보세요.

무료 Bamboo Paper 앱을 통해 여러분의 생각과 아이디어, 필기와 스케치, 그림 등 모든 것을 실제 펜과 종이를 사용하듯 직접적이고 간편하게 담아낼 수 있습니다.

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여러분의 아이디어를 저장, 편집, 공유하세요

Bamboo Note 앱과 Bamboo Paper앱과 호환되는 Inkspace는 최대 5GB의 저장공간을 제공하여 Bamboo Paper 파일들을 언제 어디서나 사용 및 공유할 수 있으며, 여러분의 작업 내용을 자동으로 백업 및 복구시킬 수 있습니다.

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도움이 필요하세요?

자주 묻는 질문

This effect appears only on iPad Air and iPad Mini Retina. You can avoid this by accelerating your drawing speed.
The side switch works as a shortcut button. In most apps, you can select from a range of functions and assign one to the side switch: e.g., in Bamboo Paper, you can choose between eraser, undo, redo and full screen.
When the battery capacity of the Bamboo Stylus fineline reaches 10%, the LED starts to blink red and you will need to recharge. To do so, remove the cap at the top end of the stylus, insert the USB cable (included in the sales box) and connect it to a computer or USB charger. It takes about one hour to recharge to 80% capacity. To reach 100% capacity, you need about two hours of recharging.
The new material of the nib is very durable and long-lasting. You can draw over 100 km of lines with it on an iPad screen. Replacement nibs can be purchased at the Wacom eStore.
Please disable Multitasking Gestures on your iPad in Settings/General.

The LED lights give you the status of your stylus, informing you about pairing, connecting or a low battery. There are two colors, blue and red, and the lights can either be solid or blink. Here is an overview of what this means in detail:

  • Blinking blue light = Stylus is ready to connect with the app
  • Blue light solid for two seconds = Stylus is connected with the app
  • Blinking red light = Low battery
  • Red light solid = Battery is recharging
  • Blue light remains on = Stylus is connected with the app (Fineline 2)
As only supported apps have the ability to properly correct this gap, please make sure that you are using a supported app. If you use non-supported apps, you can minimize this effect by holding the stylus in a more vertical way.
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