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Franciscodr

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  1. OK Premium Guy here, but I thought the point of that link was that the support page only says - If you tap the notebook name, you see the option to 'sync offline', and Evernote downloads the database to local storage. Evernote doesn't give you any options as to which local storage, beyond the option in Android ~general settings ~applications to move the app "to the SD card" which in Android language still means your internal storage, not the external card. Thanks @gazumped However, I don't know if Premium users can select the external memory for store offline notebooks inside the Evernote app Settings, could you @gazumped check it please? Thanks!
  2. Hi @boxall I don't know yet as I don't have a Premium account, maybe someone that has one can tell us ;-)
  3. Hi! @FMinMI: you can encrypt all your data with your Samsung Galaxy S3, it is the faster a most secured way: http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/mobile-phones/how-to-make-your-samsung-galaxy-s3-more-secure-50008299/ Oficial information: http://www.samsung.com/us/support/SupportOwnersFAQPopup.do?faq_id=FAQ00050129&fm_seq=55101 but be careful and have another (secured) copy of all your data because there are also related issues due to a high encryption http://forums.androidcentral.com/verizon-galaxy-s-iii/191643-encrypting-device.html Here you have some useful tips: http://www.julianevansblog.com/2012/08/samsung-galaxy-s3-android-security-hints-and-tips.html @gazumped: thank you anyway for your help. I see that the more you use Evernote the more it is interesting to have a Premium acount. I will check it in the next future. Thanks! P.S.: I finally solved the problem of Evernote eating up all my device memory doing a hard reset and restoring all my data. Evernote doesn't store information in my device P.S.2: if you want your Evernote information offline you need a Premium account: https://support.evernote.com/link/portal/16051/16058/Article/2156/Offline-Notebooks-in-Evernote-for-Android even it doesn't state you can choose internal or external memory to store that offline information...
  4. Thanks gazumped! So fast so good! You are right asking, but if I'm not wrong, I can choose offline notebooks because I'm not a Premium user... and I can't find out any other function related to the way of handeling Evernote's database... do you know any other option? Thanks! Francisco You don't say whether you've selected your notebooks for Offline Searching on the 'phone. If you haven't, the space being used is just temporary storage and you can clear much of it by clearing the cache. If you have selected your notebook(s) for offline searching - Don't select all your notebook(s) for offline Searching - you'll have no access to most notes without an internet connection Start a new notebook specifically for notes you want to have access to via the Samsung, and use that for offline searching. Be choosy about what you put in there.Still no broad solution AFAIK - I have 15GB of a 16GB external card that I still can't seem to use for Evernote storage. Have just upgraded to a 32GB card because I could, but might just use that in my camera instead!
  5. Hi! I'm a free Evernote user with a Samsung Galaxy S3 (not rooted) and Evernote is eating all the space in the internal memory (sdcard) with the database, what can I do? Thanks in advance. Francisco
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