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Connect your Cricut to your iPhone or iPad using Design Space

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Before you start, make sure your Cricut Machine is on and your iPhone/iPad is 10 to 15 feet away.

 

Note: To use your Cricut Explore One with your phone, you'll need a Bluetooth adaptor.

 

Install the Design Space app on your iPhone or iPad.

 

To get Design Space on your iOS device, go to the "App Store" and search for "Cricut Design Space" in the search box.

 

When it appears in the search results, press the small cloud symbol to download it to your phone.

 

When the download is finished, hit open to start using the app.

 

You must first link your Cricut to your iPhone/iPad before proceeding with the "Machine Setup."

 

 

Connect your Cricut to your iPhone or iPad.

 

Select "Bluetooth" from the "Settings" menu to link your Cricut machine.

 

If your Bluetooth setting is off, turn it on so your phone can search for your device.

 

Remember to turn on your Cricut machine.

 

Your machine will display under "My Devices," and you may connect it to your phone by tapping on it.

 

When prompted for a PIN, enter 0000. (no matter what machine you have).

 

Return to the App to configure your computer.

 

Install Design Space and connect your Cricut machine to your Android phone or tablet.

 

Make sure your cricut.com/setup is 10 to 15 feet away from your Android device before beginning the procedure.

 

Note: If you want to use your Cricut Explore One with your phone, you'll need a Bluetooth adaptor.

 

Install Design Space on your Android phone or tablet.

 

To get Design Space on your Android smartphone, go to the "Play Store" and search for "Cricut Design Space" in the search box.

 

Tap "Install" once it appears in the search results.

 

When the download is finished, hit open to start using the app.

 

You must first link your Cricut to your phone before proceeding with the "Machine Setup."

 

 

Connect your Cricut machine to your Android phone or tablet.

 

Select "Device Connection" from the "Settings" menu to link your Cricut machine.

 

Make sure your phone is set to "Enable Bluetooth" so it can find your Cricut machine.

 

Remember to turn on your Cricut machine.

 

Under "Available Devices," your machine will display; tap on it to connect it to your phone.

 

If a PIN is required, enter 0000 (no matter what system you're using) and click Connect.

 

Return to the App to configure your computer.

 

Configuring the Machine to Work with the Cricut Account

 

After you've installed Design Space and paired it with your device, you'll need to check in before you can use it.

 

No matter what gadget you have, as you can see here, the process is nearly the same.

 

If you're a total newbie, I recommend starting with "Machine Setup."

 

You'll be prompted to select the machine you wish to link on the Cricut Setup screenshot.

 

You should have linked your machine to your PC, Mac, or phone through USB or Bluetooth at this time.

 

Note that the EasyPress 2 option is not available on iOS or Android devices.

 

To create a Cricut ID, fill out the form. If you already have an account, just click "Sign In."

 

You may use this ID to log in to the desktop or phone app, as well as to shop for new machines and supplies on cricutsetup.

 

Cricut will instruct you on how to connect your machine in the "Get Connected" panel (we already did this process).

 

It should look that your machine is connected.

 

Continue by pressing the enter key.

 

You may now test a cut. My recommendation is to take action now. Cricut will ask you to select an image and will lead you through the steps necessary to complete your first cut.

 

I pressed the “Skip” button.

 

This is the UI you'll see if you're using a Mac or Windows PC.

 

If you acquire another computer in the future, start a “New Machine Set-Up” by clicking the tiny toggle in the upper-left corner.

 

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