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  1. Evernote Support gave me this solution: https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/209004677-I-purchased-an-Evernote-subscription-through-iTunes-but-my-account-is-still-Basic?auth_token=eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiJ9.eyJhY2NvdW50X2lkIjoyMTI0MzMsInVzZXJfaWQiOjkxMDAyMTkxNiwidGlja2V0X2lkIjoyNzc4NzgxLCJkZWZsZWN0aW9uX2lkIjozNjAxMTc3NzQxMzQsImFydGljbGVzIjpbMjA5MDA0Njc3LDIwOTAwNTgxNywxMTUwMTE0NTU1MjddLCJ0b2tlbiI6bnVsbCwiZXhwIjoxNTU0OTkzMDYzfQ.RlRZ8klhWjyj8ZODBkBraePVNZ5Ip_l7ePDa6t8SYtQ&solved=0 and it worked for me. I’m not sure about how this link I added will show once I close this note so I’m attaching a PDF of the article. Hope this helps! In a nutshell, I had to restore my purchases. And then it worked. Safari - Mar 12, 2019 at 10:34.pdf
  2. I switched from monthly premium to annually; and made payment through iTunes subscription. But got an email from Evernote saying that they are going to downgrade me and reduce the number of devices that I can use. So I checked my iTunes subscription but it says that I can cancel and 'continue' to use my 'premium' service until January 31, 2020. In order to keep my workflow on all my devices I'm going to have to re-subscribe through Evernote while I dispute this issue with Apple.
  3. Hey Rob, ok after your step 4, continue waiting for just a few seconds (maybe 7 or 8). But then go to Penultimate or Goodnotes and follow the regular steps to pair there. The light should go green. (And you're not trying to beat the time before the blue light stops blinking. That's really not the issue.) The glitch seems to be in the fact that you have to leave the Bluetooth page open as if you were connecting a new device but then go to the note app after a few seconds and proceed as normal to connect.
  4. Woohoo! I figured it out. Ok, now let me see if I can explain what I did to make my JS2 work properly in both Penultimate and Goodnotes on my iPad Air (Model A1474). Ok, first, I did all the actions to connect my JS2 to my iPad Air. But the light on my JS2 remained blue and blinking. Then I thought, let me go into Settings > Bluetooth and toggle the switch on/off. But not to exit from there. So I waited as if I was connecting another Bluetooth device. And voilà —the light turned green on my JS2. I then went back into Goodnotes where I've been working now for the past several hours (today, Sat., 3/5/16), and even though my iPad went to sleep a number of times while working, each time I went back to the Goodnotes app the light on my JS2 turned green and I was easily reconnected. I then went and opened up Penultimate and tried it there. I was immediately connected. (Well, not immediately. I found that I had to go and actually option out of Goodnotes first; i.e., go into settings in Goodnotes and set 'Smart Stylus' to "None" —and then JS2 functioned properly with ease in Penultimate). I don't know exactly why or the significance of having the Bluetooth area opened (in Settings>Bluetooth) as if you are connecting a new device, but for some reason that seems to reestablish the connection to the JS2. Interestingly enough, this is how I also tether from my iPhone 6s to my MacBook Pro. I found that I must keep the "Personal Hotspot" tab open in Settings before I could see my iPhone in the WiFi: 'Looking for Networks' button at the top of my MacBook. I don't know how all that stuff works in there but I know my Jot Script 2 is now working right so, I am happy happy happy!! And I think this will work for everyone. :-)
  5. I have the JS2 and am having the same problems discussed here. Also, I'm working with an iPad 2; using Goodnotes. Has anyone found a solution yet? Thanks.
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