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#1 stuttermonkey

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Posted 07 November 2011 - 12:49 AM

My Evernote account has 11k notes and over 100 tags in it, but my android app only shows 47 notes and 8 tags.
  • It's the same account
  • I can sync and nothing is added
  • When I search for notes I know are in my Evernote account, it says No Results Found
Is there a way to make my Android Evernote sync with the online account?

Error Log:


Note count=47
Res count=248
Checking DB status
db pref Path=/mnt/sdcard/Evernote/.external-1315686380203-Evernote.db
on sdcard=true
Path from db instance=/mnt/sdcard/Evernote/.external-1315686380203-Evernote.db
Version=44
Is Read only=false
db file on sdcard exists::216064bytes::lastmodified=1320625793000

Offline Search is activated
Offline Search Index is ready
ENML COUNT=1
RES COUNT=0

IsTablet: false
Brand: verizon_wwe
Model: ADR6300
Network operator: 31000 / Verizon Wireless
Android version: 2.3.4
Evernote version: 3.2.3
Evernote revision: 201284
Evernote type: public
Evernote username: stuttermonkey
Internal storage: 404 MB / 748 MB
External storage: 13 GB / 14 GB

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#2 garychenc00l

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Posted 09 November 2011 - 10:43 PM

Try reinstalling the evernote app.

This is a weird problem, possibly along the lines of the sync from the server to your Android devices.
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#3 gazumped

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Posted 10 November 2011 - 01:40 AM

With that many notes, how big is your Evernote database? Do you have enough free space to download all of it onto your mobile?

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#4 hgarg

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Posted 10 November 2011 - 05:52 PM

My Evernote account has 11k notes and over 100 tags in it, but my android app only shows 47 notes and 8 tags.

  • It's the same account
  • I can sync and nothing is added
  • When I search for notes I know are in my Evernote account, it says No Results Found
Is there a way to make my Android Evernote sync with the online account?

Error Log:


Note count=47
Res count=248
Checking DB status
db pref Path=/mnt/sdcard/Evernote/.external-1315686380203-Evernote.db
on sdcard=true
Path from db instance=/mnt/sdcard/Evernote/.external-1315686380203-Evernote.db
Version=44
Is Read only=false
db file on sdcard exists::216064bytes::lastmodified=1320625793000

Offline Search is activated
Offline Search Index is ready
ENML COUNT=1
RES COUNT=0

IsTablet: false
Brand: verizon_wwe
Model: ADR6300
Network operator: 31000 / Verizon Wireless
Android version: 2.3.4
Evernote version: 3.2.3
Evernote revision: 201284
Evernote type: public
Evernote username: stuttermonkey
Internal storage: 404 MB / 748 MB
External storage: 13 GB / 14 GB


Hi,
Do you see all the 11k notes on web client (www.evernote.com)?
We will investigate this and get back to you.
Meanwhile, logout and login would help in starting over again from scratch.

Thanks,
Hemant
Android Engg





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