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bond1cht

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  1. I looked around but found no instructions on how to close the topic or set it to "solved" - how do I do this?
  2. Thanks a lot to PhilippeD and Wordsgood! In a way, giving up helped. I just didn't expect this would be a simple hardware problem. After changing the SD card (maybe 64 GB were just too much??) and reinstalling Evernote, the app called up all my notes by itself. Great. Thanks to gazumped, too, for continuing the discussion.
  3. I give up. This is just eating up my time and totally futile. Maybe the problem will be fixed with a new version of Evernote.
  4. By the way: When uninstalling, I did use the option "delete data". After reinstalling, the same error messages pop up again.
  5. My smart phone does have an internal storage card plus a 64 GB SD card. And as I wrote, Evernote seems to need the latter - the app refused to install onto the internal storage. You wrote: "By default your notes are not downloaded to devices without permanent (HD) storage." So if there is permanent storage available, why does Evernote not put its data base there? You suggest uninstalling and reinstalling to enable syncing. As I wrote in my original post, I have uninstalled and reinstalled Evernote several times. Since the problem appeared, the phone has been turned off and restarted at least a dozen times. But syncing is still not possible. There's something else that I find quite strange. The message I quoted in my first post appears not only when I try syncing, but each time after I start up the phone - even if I do not call up the Evernote app! (Message translated from German: "Reading/Writing error in data base - The data base file cannot be created by Evernote. If the problem continues, restart the device and make sure that the storage card is not full. android.database.sqlite.sqliteexception: unable to open database file".) Maybe I should stress that before that Evernote update maybe 2 weeks ago, the app worked perfectly fine on the mobile. All notes were accessible, like on my PC - and on my Android tablet! I forgot to mention the latter so far! Why would Evernote have access to the data base on the Android tablet, but not on the Android phone? I am quite sure that when updating the app I followed the very same procedure on both Android devices. Is it possible to do a COMPLETE uninstall of Evernote on the phone, i. e. to erase all user data? That might create a basis for a clean reinstall. What do you (or others) think?
  6. As I said, the problem is that after that update Evernote on my mobile is empty: Notes 0 Notebooks 0 Tags 0 If Evernote cannot write anything onto the SD card, syncing is not possible, so I cannot transfer the notes I am using on other devices onto the mobile.
  7. Thank you for your quick reply, gazumped! It seems I made things seem more dramatic than they are - but it is still quite puzzling. - My Evernote notes obviously have not been altered or deleted, thank goodness. I am able to access them via browser or desktop client. The only problem seems to be Evernote on the mobile. - Maybe I should stress that on the mobile I seem to be able to log into my Evernote account: After typing my email address and my password, the empty notebook structure with my alias appears. So the program knows my alias - but is not able to retrieve my notes. - I made an attempt to install Evernote after I removed the external SD card. I got an error message telling me that Evernote requires an external SD card. So although Android suggests a storage problem, I do not think this is the point (about 50 percent of internal storage and 90 percent of external storage seem to be free - this is what several indicators tell me). - I looked around to find out how to cancel 'offline searchable' notebooks, but did not find any hints. (As the notebook on the mobile is empty, I cannot do this on the mobile.)
  8. Hi, a couple of weeks ago, after an update, my email address and password were correctly identified, so I seemed to be inside the app. But there were no notes any more. When trying to do a sync to see my notes I got the following message on my Android phone: "Reading/Writing error in data base The data base file cannot be created by Evernote. If the problem continues, restart the device and make sure that the storage card is not full. android.database.sqlite.sqliteexception: unable to open database file" (Original German text: "Lese-/Schreibfehler in Datenbank Die Datenbankdatei kann nicht von Evernote erstellt werden. Wenn das Problem weiterhin besteht, starte das Gerät neu und stell sicher, dass die Speicherkarte nicht voll ist. android.database.sqlite.sqliteexception: unable to open database file") The SD card has 64 GB, an only about 10 percent are used so far. I uninstalled and reinstalled several times - which did not change anything. I am a little bit dependent on Evernote, so I would be really pleased if someone could tell me how to fix this! Hopefully: bond1cht
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