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Jan 24, 2021

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I ve downloaded the Adobe Beta to see if it works with my new ARM Laptop (Galaxy S Book).

Unfortunatly the testversion was expired direct after the installation, how is this possible?

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Where did you sign up and download? Did you accept a no disclosure agreement?

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I downloaded it from the creative cloud, Beta Section.

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Hmm, is it by any chance the Photoshop CAMERA  beta?

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dont think so. Its PS (Photoshop) from the Beta Application Section.

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jan 24, 2021

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The beta app section of what  -- Creative Cloud desktop app?

 

I'm on the latest CC version (5.3.1.470) and these are my Beta apps options.  As you can see, nothing listed for Photoshop.  But maybe I'm just not seeing it 'cuz I'm on an older machine, don't know.

 

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Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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Ah, I didn't realise the Galaxy S-Book is actually a Windows machine, not an Android device. It's ARM, you say? I can tell you I have not seen any announcements of ARM versions of Windows Creative Cloud apps yet. (Doesn't mean they aren't out there, of course).

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Hi Nancy,

 

Photoshop Betas for ARM devices are definitely out there

https://helpx.adobe.com/au/photoshop/kb/windows-arm-support.html

 

This question should really be posted to the Beta feedback forum.

https://feedback.photoshop.com/topics/photoshop-beta/5fb2d2db8eb4db34ff8f67b7

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@John Waller 

I gotcha!  I know about ARM.  But those betas don't show up in my CC Desktop app.

 

@bronko5E77 

We would if we could but we cannot move this discussion to the right feedback forum for you.

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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